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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 05, 2022

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UC Berkeley opens its doors to about 5,000 of the most promising Californian students each year. It is a breathtaking engine of mobility.
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UC Berkeley opens its doors to about 5,000 of the most promising Californian students each year. It is a breathtaking engine of mobility.
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We collected the 100 most popular memes from 11 campus Facebook meme groups, assembling a visual history of the dramatic development of these pages.
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We collected the 100 most popular memes from 11 campus Facebook meme groups, assembling a visual history of the dramatic development of these pages.
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UC Berkeley's EECS program has the lowest proportion of female graduates of any degree on campus. The department has a strategy to close the gap — but how far can these programs go?
UC Berkeley's EECS program has the lowest proportion of female graduates of any degree on campus. The department has a strategy to close the gap — but how far can these programs go?
The Daily Californian processed the last decade of payroll information for UC Berkeley faculty, creating the most complete, searchable database of professor and lecturer pay by campus department.
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The Daily Californian processed the last decade of payroll information for UC Berkeley faculty, creating the most complete, searchable database of professor and lecturer pay by campus department.
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Bowles Hall reopened this year as a privately-operated, coed residential college, culminating an 11-year effort to revitalize the stately manor that has further stratified the array of housing options available to UC Berkeley undergraduates.
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Bowles Hall reopened this year as a privately-operated, coed residential college, culminating an 11-year effort to revitalize the stately manor that has further stratified the array of housing options available to UC Berkeley undergraduates.
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The U.S. Supreme Court dealt a significant victory to supporters of affirmative action June 23 when it upheld the consideration of race in the admissions policy of the University of Texas at Austin. But the decision won’t impact the university’s admissions policy because California state law supersedes the verdict.
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The U.S. Supreme Court dealt a significant victory to supporters of affirmative action June 23 when it upheld the consideration of race in the admissions policy of the University of Texas at Austin. But the decision won’t impact the university’s admissions policy because California state law supersedes the verdict.
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On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the consideration of race as a factor in college admissions — a decision that has been met with both optimism and frustration by those affiliated with the UC system, as its admissions policies will not be affected by the verdict.
On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the consideration of race as a factor in college admissions — a decision that has been met with both optimism and frustration by those affiliated with the UC system, as its admissions policies will not be affected by the verdict.
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