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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

Take a look at our 2022 midterm elections special issue!

Chrissa Olson

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In order to finance UCDC, students can have their financial aid repackaged to cover a semester in Washington, apply for scholarships, save money from work or obtain a paid internship. 
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In order to finance UCDC, students can have their financial aid repackaged to cover a semester in Washington, apply for scholarships, save money from work or obtain a paid internship. 
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UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business has enrolled 69 students in the Flex cohort for the first time this fall semester, which allows students to earn their Master of Business Administration, or MBA, online. 
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UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business has enrolled 69 students in the Flex cohort for the first time this fall semester, which allows students to earn their Master of Business Administration, or MBA, online. 
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The ASUC Senate approved a bill to condemn antisemitism, with nine of 20 of the senators absent in protest of it Wednesday.
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The ASUC Senate approved a bill to condemn antisemitism, with nine of 20 of the senators absent in protest of it Wednesday.
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UC Berkeley alumnus Colin Parris will be awarded the Black Engineer of the Year Award, or BEYA, for his work in digital transformation in gas, power, healthcare, aviation and transportation industries and his diversity, equity and inclusion efforts.
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UC Berkeley alumnus Colin Parris will be awarded the Black Engineer of the Year Award, or BEYA, for his work in digital transformation in gas, power, healthcare, aviation and transportation industries and his diversity, equity and inclusion efforts.
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UC Berkeley was deemed the number one public university for startup founders in PitchBook’s annual university rankings Monday. 
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UC Berkeley was deemed the number one public university for startup founders in PitchBook’s annual university rankings Monday. 
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The crowd was peppered (jalapeñoed?) with these green stickers, green bandanas, green posters, and suddenly our homegrown rally was marked as being a part of something bigger than ourselves, and that fact was not reassuring.
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The crowd was peppered (jalapeñoed?) with these green stickers, green bandanas, green posters, and suddenly our homegrown rally was marked as being a part of something bigger than ourselves, and that fact was not reassuring.
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Community members came together to celebrate the grand opening of Berkeley Way Apartments and the Hope Center — the largest affordable housing development for low-income and unhoused people in Berkeley’s history.
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Community members came together to celebrate the grand opening of Berkeley Way Apartments and the Hope Center — the largest affordable housing development for low-income and unhoused people in Berkeley’s history.
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A UC Berkeley workgroup released a draft report detailing its recommendations on how departments should issue and attribute political statements, drawing criticism from the Berkeley Faculty Association as a “chilling of free speech.”
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A UC Berkeley workgroup released a draft report detailing its recommendations on how departments should issue and attribute political statements, drawing criticism from the Berkeley Faculty Association as a “chilling of free speech.”
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Norma J F Harrison is running to be a Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, School Board Director.
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Norma J F Harrison is running to be a Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, School Board Director.
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Berkeley City Council adopted their first formal land acknowledgement, postponed the plans to repave Hopkins Corridor and discussed a housing development project that was noted as being potentially detrimental during their regular meeting Tuesday. 
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Berkeley City Council adopted their first formal land acknowledgement, postponed the plans to repave Hopkins Corridor and discussed a housing development project that was noted as being potentially detrimental during their regular meeting Tuesday. 
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