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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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As someone who hates saying goodbye, the day spent in Los Angeles was just what I needed to carry me through the home stretch back in Berkeley. As my friends like to say, when in Los Angeles, it’s more than justifiable to have a little fun and spend a lot of money. But in all seriousness, home is found in the souls of your people, which is sometimes more than anything you could ask for. 
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As someone who hates saying goodbye, the day spent in Los Angeles was just what I needed to carry me through the home stretch back in Berkeley. As my friends like to say, when in Los Angeles, it’s more than justifiable to have a little fun and spend a lot of money. But in all seriousness, home is found in the souls of your people, which is sometimes more than anything you could ask for. 
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David Wake, a widely-loved and respected UC Berkeley professor emeritus of integrative biology and the world’s leading salamander expert, died April 29 at the age of 84.
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David Wake, a widely-loved and respected UC Berkeley professor emeritus of integrative biology and the world’s leading salamander expert, died April 29 at the age of 84.
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Black students can access a variety of mental health and community-building resources through University Health Services, or UHS, and student-run projects and organizations.
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Black students can access a variety of mental health and community-building resources through University Health Services, or UHS, and student-run projects and organizations.
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UC Berkeley graduate student Shruti Agarwal and her thesis adviser Hany Farid are developing a new approach to detect deepfakes — artificial intelligence simulations that can portray convincing videos of individuals saying things they never said.
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UC Berkeley graduate student Shruti Agarwal and her thesis adviser Hany Farid are developing a new approach to detect deepfakes — artificial intelligence simulations that can portray convincing videos of individuals saying things they never said.
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On a seemingly typical Tuesday afternoon last week, Wheeler Hall’s Maude Fife Room hosted a very special guest — Viet Thanh Nguyen, author of Pulitzer Prize winning novel, “The Sympathizer.”
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On a seemingly typical Tuesday afternoon last week, Wheeler Hall’s Maude Fife Room hosted a very special guest — Viet Thanh Nguyen, author of Pulitzer Prize winning novel, “The Sympathizer.”
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Among the 50 individuals implicated in a nationwide college admissions scam is David Sidoo — a Vancouver businessman and prominent figure in the University of British Columbia athletics program — who allegedly paid a test-taker to sit his son’s SAT exam, which helped him gain admission to UC Berkeley.
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Among the 50 individuals implicated in a nationwide college admissions scam is David Sidoo — a Vancouver businessman and prominent figure in the University of British Columbia athletics program — who allegedly paid a test-taker to sit his son’s SAT exam, which helped him gain admission to UC Berkeley.
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A policy regarding the process of handling sexual misconduct accusations went into effect across the UC system Friday after a California court of appeals ruled in December that the respondent is entitled to certain rights, including the right to cross-examine the claimant and the right to a hearing in higher education environments.
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A policy regarding the process of handling sexual misconduct accusations went into effect across the UC system Friday after a California court of appeals ruled in December that the respondent is entitled to certain rights, including the right to cross-examine the claimant and the right to a hearing in higher education environments.
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The ASUC Senate passed eight resolutions at its regular Wednesday night meeting, two of which addressed the low Black student enrollment at UC Berkeley while another called for accommodations for students observing Ramadan during final exams.
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The ASUC Senate passed eight resolutions at its regular Wednesday night meeting, two of which addressed the low Black student enrollment at UC Berkeley while another called for accommodations for students observing Ramadan during final exams.
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At the meeting, Chief Legal Officer Claire Goudy walked the senate through some changes to a resolution editing the ASUC election campaign bylaws.
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At the meeting, Chief Legal Officer Claire Goudy walked the senate through some changes to a resolution editing the ASUC election campaign bylaws.
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Black students make up about 3 percent of the undergraduate student population at UC Berkeley — roughly 1,000 out of the more than 30,800 undergraduates enrolled as of fall 2018, according to campus-reported data.
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Black students make up about 3 percent of the undergraduate student population at UC Berkeley — roughly 1,000 out of the more than 30,800 undergraduates enrolled as of fall 2018, according to campus-reported data.
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