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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 18, 2023

Alex Berryhill

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I’m not sure feminism’s newfound popularity is a step back for the movement, but I do think that such a wide breadth of identification with feminism makes an already commonly misunderstood movement even more complicated, misunderstood and ineffective.
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I’m not sure feminism’s newfound popularity is a step back for the movement, but I do think that such a wide breadth of identification with feminism makes an already commonly misunderstood movement even more complicated, misunderstood and ineffective.
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Gov. Jerry Brown released a revision of his previously proposed state budget Tuesday that maintains a tuition freeze, reduces the proposed funding allocation for higher education and withdraws the previously proposed unit cap.
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Gov. Jerry Brown released a revision of his previously proposed state budget Tuesday that maintains a tuition freeze, reduces the proposed funding allocation for higher education and withdraws the previously proposed unit cap.
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The UC Board of Regents will meet in Sacramento next week to discuss Gov. Jerry Brown’s revised 2013-14 budget.
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The UC Board of Regents will meet in Sacramento next week to discuss Gov. Jerry Brown’s revised 2013-14 budget.
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The U.S. Department of Education announced April 29 that FAFSA will begin to collect information about students’ parents regardless of their marital status or gender.
The U.S. Department of Education announced April 29 that FAFSA will begin to collect information about students’ parents regardless of their marital status or gender.
A California State Senate Bill introduced Thursday recommends changes to the K-12 funding plan proposed by Gov. Jerry Brown in January.
A California State Senate Bill introduced Thursday recommends changes to the K-12 funding plan proposed by Gov. Jerry Brown in January.
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When Dirks assumes office on June 1, he may find an unlikely ally in Brown at a time in which state funding has fallen to constitute just over 10 percent of UC Berkeley’s budget.
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When Dirks assumes office on June 1, he may find an unlikely ally in Brown at a time in which state funding has fallen to constitute just over 10 percent of UC Berkeley’s budget.
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Nobel Prize-winning economist Gary Becker spoke to the campus Wednesday to confirm that even with increasing tuition rates, a college degree remains the “world’s best investment.”
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Nobel Prize-winning economist Gary Becker spoke to the campus Wednesday to confirm that even with increasing tuition rates, a college degree remains the “world’s best investment.”
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The UC Board of Regents discussed a new social media fundraising campaign, reviewed the Working Smarter cost saving program and approved capital projects Wednesday morning during the first day of their March meeting.
The UC Board of Regents discussed a new social media fundraising campaign, reviewed the Working Smarter cost saving program and approved capital projects Wednesday morning during the first day of their March meeting.