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BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 28, 2023

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UC Berkeley health policy scholars were joined by professors from several universities to discuss national health care systems during a webinar conference hosted Friday.
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UC Berkeley health policy scholars were joined by professors from several universities to discuss national health care systems during a webinar conference hosted Friday.
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A UC Berkeley School of Public Health study found disparities in patient care and heart failure readmissions between Black and white patients.
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A UC Berkeley School of Public Health study found disparities in patient care and heart failure readmissions between Black and white patients.
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As vaccine eligibility has expanded to include California residents 16 years and older, UC Berkeley has increased clinical and administrative staff to University Health Services to accommodate the greater demand for vaccinations.
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As vaccine eligibility has expanded to include California residents 16 years and older, UC Berkeley has increased clinical and administrative staff to University Health Services to accommodate the greater demand for vaccinations.
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Tony’s Chocolonely, a Dutch chocolate company with goals of transforming the chocolate production industry against illegal child labor, has begun its collaboration with UC Berkeley through its Collegiate Changemaker program.
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Tony’s Chocolonely, a Dutch chocolate company with goals of transforming the chocolate production industry against illegal child labor, has begun its collaboration with UC Berkeley through its Collegiate Changemaker program.
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UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism extended its five-course, 15-unit undergraduate summer minor program to spring and fall semesters for students.
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UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism extended its five-course, 15-unit undergraduate summer minor program to spring and fall semesters for students.
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UC Berkeley junior Riya Master is running as an independent candidate for external affairs vice president, or EAVP, in the upcoming ASUC elections on a platform founded on making the UC system more affordable and accessible for students.
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UC Berkeley junior Riya Master is running as an independent candidate for external affairs vice president, or EAVP, in the upcoming ASUC elections on a platform founded on making the UC system more affordable and accessible for students.
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In an effort to provide aid to Berkeley community members unable to receive vaccine doses from mass vaccination sites, a mobile vaccine clinic was hosted last week at the Ed Roberts Campus, or ERC, for eligible groups to receive their first doses of the Pfizer vaccine.
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In an effort to provide aid to Berkeley community members unable to receive vaccine doses from mass vaccination sites, a mobile vaccine clinic was hosted last week at the Ed Roberts Campus, or ERC, for eligible groups to receive their first doses of the Pfizer vaccine.
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The UC Berkeley Division of Equity and Inclusion released its findings from the 2019 My Experience Survey Thursday, highlighting issues such as marginalization and food insecurity, in addition to an emphasis on inclusivity.
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The UC Berkeley Division of Equity and Inclusion released its findings from the 2019 My Experience Survey Thursday, highlighting issues such as marginalization and food insecurity, in addition to an emphasis on inclusivity.
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As part of efforts to revitalize the city's infrastructure, Berkeley City Council voted to approve a contract for the enactment of the Southside Complete Streets project Tuesday. The council also agreed to apply for a $6 million Alameda County Transportation Commission grant that would go towards the Telegraph Avenue Complete Streets project.
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As part of efforts to revitalize the city's infrastructure, Berkeley City Council voted to approve a contract for the enactment of the Southside Complete Streets project Tuesday. The council also agreed to apply for a $6 million Alameda County Transportation Commission grant that would go towards the Telegraph Avenue Complete Streets project.
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Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, launched a partnership Feb. 8 with local internet provider Sonic to alleviate struggles with unstable internet and inadequate technologies in the midst of distance learning.
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Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, launched a partnership Feb. 8 with local internet provider Sonic to alleviate struggles with unstable internet and inadequate technologies in the midst of distance learning.
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