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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 31, 2023

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The Berkeley Forum announced its fall 2022 lineup of events for this semester Sept. 7, which will feature speakers talking about current events such as reproductive rights, data privacy and infectious disease.
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The Berkeley Forum announced its fall 2022 lineup of events for this semester Sept. 7, which will feature speakers talking about current events such as reproductive rights, data privacy and infectious disease.
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The Berkeley Forum recently announced its spring 2022 lineup of events, which includes speakers and panels on topics such as activism, entrepreneurship and current affairs.
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The Berkeley Forum recently announced its spring 2022 lineup of events, which includes speakers and panels on topics such as activism, entrepreneurship and current affairs.
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A study from UC Berkeley researchers suggests that transposons, previously referred to as ‘junk DNA,’ are required for the development of mice.
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A study from UC Berkeley researchers suggests that transposons, previously referred to as ‘junk DNA,’ are required for the development of mice.
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A COVID-19 data-reporting ratings system created by Yale University professors gave UC Berkeley’s COVID-19 dashboard an A rating on its A to F grading scale.
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A COVID-19 data-reporting ratings system created by Yale University professors gave UC Berkeley’s COVID-19 dashboard an A rating on its A to F grading scale.
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After a particularly competitive year of applications for the Haas School of Business, it seems as though many students who exemplified the perfect candidate were rejected in favor of another demographic of people: Girl Scouts. 
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After a particularly competitive year of applications for the Haas School of Business, it seems as though many students who exemplified the perfect candidate were rejected in favor of another demographic of people: Girl Scouts. 
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After snagging the title of best all-around regional newspaper in the Society of Professional Journalists’ 2018 Mark of Excellence Awards, The Daily Californian was named a national finalist in the category.
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After snagging the title of best all-around regional newspaper in the Society of Professional Journalists’ 2018 Mark of Excellence Awards, The Daily Californian was named a national finalist in the category.
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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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This year’s recipients — Courtney Dressing, Shirshendu Ganguly, Moritz Hardt, Sergey Levine, Priya Moorjani, Philipp Strack and Gabriel Zucman — are among 126 scholars from 57 universities in the United States and Canada. The recipients will receive $70,000 over the course of two years toward a research project.
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This year’s recipients — Courtney Dressing, Shirshendu Ganguly, Moritz Hardt, Sergey Levine, Priya Moorjani, Philipp Strack and Gabriel Zucman — are among 126 scholars from 57 universities in the United States and Canada. The recipients will receive $70,000 over the course of two years toward a research project.
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The 2018 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences was awarded Monday to Paul Romer, a former UC Berkeley economics professor, who shares the prize with Yale University professor William Nordhaus.
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The 2018 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences was awarded Monday to Paul Romer, a former UC Berkeley economics professor, who shares the prize with Yale University professor William Nordhaus.
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What kind of strength and power are we cultivating when we train our bodies and minds, and in service to what values? Are we simply putting on armor, or are we taking enough time to stretch, to be pliant and flexible? What kind of men are we trying to become?
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What kind of strength and power are we cultivating when we train our bodies and minds, and in service to what values? Are we simply putting on armor, or are we taking enough time to stretch, to be pliant and flexible? What kind of men are we trying to become?
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