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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 09, 2023

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Following years of disputes around out-of-state admissions, UC Berkeley’s international students have seen a decrease in their representation on campus and a lack of diversity in their countries of origin and socioeconomic backgrounds. 
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Following years of disputes around out-of-state admissions, UC Berkeley’s international students have seen a decrease in their representation on campus and a lack of diversity in their countries of origin and socioeconomic backgrounds. 
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After two days of protests, UC Berkeley graduate and undergraduate students continue to strike in protest of unfair labor practices as of Wednesday, moving between picket lines around campus.
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After two days of protests, UC Berkeley graduate and undergraduate students continue to strike in protest of unfair labor practices as of Wednesday, moving between picket lines around campus.
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After decades of trying and failing to secure enfranchisement, women in California won the right to vote in 1911. And in doing so, they created a model of campaigning and organization for other state campaigns and the federal movement itself to follow.
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After decades of trying and failing to secure enfranchisement, women in California won the right to vote in 1911. And in doing so, they created a model of campaigning and organization for other state campaigns and the federal movement itself to follow.
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After more than two months of student and community action, the controversy over the bylaw adopted by Berkeley Law Students for Justice in Palestine, or LSJP, and nine other law student organizations has escalated.
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After more than two months of student and community action, the controversy over the bylaw adopted by Berkeley Law Students for Justice in Palestine, or LSJP, and nine other law student organizations has escalated.
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More than three weeks after a vigil held by the local Iranian community for Mahsa Amini, Iranian students persist in asking for direct support from UC Berkeley as protests continue to escalate around the world. 
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More than three weeks after a vigil held by the local Iranian community for Mahsa Amini, Iranian students persist in asking for direct support from UC Berkeley as protests continue to escalate around the world. 
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Students and community members gathered on Sproul Plaza Monday in a joint march of solidarity for the Afghan and Iranian communities at UC Berkeley, following weeks of demonstrations on campus and in the city of Berkeley.
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Students and community members gathered on Sproul Plaza Monday in a joint march of solidarity for the Afghan and Iranian communities at UC Berkeley, following weeks of demonstrations on campus and in the city of Berkeley.
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The Journal of Right-Wing Studies launched on Friday to formalize right-wing studies, to provide a platform and support researchers in the field and to fill the gap in right-wing research.
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The Journal of Right-Wing Studies launched on Friday to formalize right-wing studies, to provide a platform and support researchers in the field and to fill the gap in right-wing research.
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In a recent review, Berkeley Lab researchers identified indoor air-filtration strategies to mitigate the spread of infectious airborne diseases in the hopes of reducing superspreading events and outbreaks in congregate public spaces.
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In a recent review, Berkeley Lab researchers identified indoor air-filtration strategies to mitigate the spread of infectious airborne diseases in the hopes of reducing superspreading events and outbreaks in congregate public spaces.
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More than 500 Iranian students and community members gathered in solidarity Friday on Sproul Plaza to hold a candlelight vigil for Mahsa Amini, a woman who died in Iran more than a week ago after allegedly being beaten by the police.
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More than 500 Iranian students and community members gathered in solidarity Friday on Sproul Plaza to hold a candlelight vigil for Mahsa Amini, a woman who died in Iran more than a week ago after allegedly being beaten by the police.
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Over 200 people have signed a petition to remove violinist and UC Berkeley private music instructor Dan Flanagan for a 2012 public Facebook post he made about Canadian violinist Lara St. John. 
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Over 200 people have signed a petition to remove violinist and UC Berkeley private music instructor Dan Flanagan for a 2012 public Facebook post he made about Canadian violinist Lara St. John. 
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