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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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ASUC was met with urges from the public to denounce anti-semitism during their weekly meeting Wednesday night. 
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ASUC was met with urges from the public to denounce anti-semitism during their weekly meeting Wednesday night. 
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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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Berkeley Law has recently ramped up security in the wake of “Berkeley Bans Jews” billboard trucks that have driven by campus to protest the decision of nine student groups — of which there are more than 100 — to ban Zionist speakers.
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Berkeley Law has recently ramped up security in the wake of “Berkeley Bans Jews” billboard trucks that have driven by campus to protest the decision of nine student groups — of which there are more than 100 — to ban Zionist speakers.
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A UC Berkeley DeCal course aiming to decolonize campus’s relationship with the Philippines is allowing students to curate an exhibit at the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology.
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A UC Berkeley DeCal course aiming to decolonize campus’s relationship with the Philippines is allowing students to curate an exhibit at the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology.
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California State Sen. Nancy Skinner announced $3 million in funding for the UC Berkeley Latinx Research Center on Friday.  
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California State Sen. Nancy Skinner announced $3 million in funding for the UC Berkeley Latinx Research Center on Friday.  
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Berkeley Law’s Veterans Law Practicum, or VLP, dedicates itself to achieving better healthcare for exiled veterans while preventing veteran deportations and reducing convictions stemming from mental health conditions.
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Berkeley Law’s Veterans Law Practicum, or VLP, dedicates itself to achieving better healthcare for exiled veterans while preventing veteran deportations and reducing convictions stemming from mental health conditions.
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Two teams of UC Berkeley researchers have trained quadruped robots, also known as robot dogs, to learn to walk on their own in the real world in record time using reinforcement learning, or RL, algorithms.
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Two teams of UC Berkeley researchers have trained quadruped robots, also known as robot dogs, to learn to walk on their own in the real world in record time using reinforcement learning, or RL, algorithms.
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UC Berkeley professor Elizabeth Hoover, who often worked with students in the campus Indigenous Community Learning Garden, released a statement Oct. 20 on her personal website revealing that she has no Native American ancestry.
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UC Berkeley professor Elizabeth Hoover, who often worked with students in the campus Indigenous Community Learning Garden, released a statement Oct. 20 on her personal website revealing that she has no Native American ancestry.
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Researchers from the UC Berkeley School of Public Health have received a grant from the U.S. National Institutes of Health, for HIV research and prevention in Zimbabwe. 
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Researchers from the UC Berkeley School of Public Health have received a grant from the U.S. National Institutes of Health, for HIV research and prevention in Zimbabwe. 
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UC Berkeley’s Graphic Arts Loan Collection is allowing students to check out artwork after the program was put on hold for two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
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UC Berkeley’s Graphic Arts Loan Collection is allowing students to check out artwork after the program was put on hold for two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
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