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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 26, 2022

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Two teams seeking the development opportunity at the North Berkeley BART station presented their credentials for public evaluation.
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Two teams seeking the development opportunity at the North Berkeley BART station presented their credentials for public evaluation.
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After months of bargaining, the United Auto Workers, or UAW, union that represents postdoctoral scholars, academic researchers, academic student employees and graduate student researchers has had enough. At 8 a.m. this morning, 48,000 academic workers across the UC system have gone on strike. As of press time, there is no end in sight.
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After months of bargaining, the United Auto Workers, or UAW, union that represents postdoctoral scholars, academic researchers, academic student employees and graduate student researchers has had enough. At 8 a.m. this morning, 48,000 academic workers across the UC system have gone on strike. As of press time, there is no end in sight.
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The city of Berkeley has been using ranked-choice voting in its elections for city auditor, mayor and city council since 2010, while school board and rent board are decided by plurality vote.
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The city of Berkeley has been using ranked-choice voting in its elections for city auditor, mayor and city council since 2010, while school board and rent board are decided by plurality vote.
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Madhavi Dandu, a professor at the University of California, San Francisco, was named the director of the UC Global Health Institute, or UCGHI. 
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Madhavi Dandu, a professor at the University of California, San Francisco, was named the director of the UC Global Health Institute, or UCGHI. 
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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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Inna Sovsun, member of the Ukrainian Parliament and former first deputy minister of education and science, came to UC Berkeley Thursday to discuss the state of higher education in Ukraine with John Douglass, senior research fellow at the Center for Studies in Higher Education.
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Inna Sovsun, member of the Ukrainian Parliament and former first deputy minister of education and science, came to UC Berkeley Thursday to discuss the state of higher education in Ukraine with John Douglass, senior research fellow at the Center for Studies in Higher Education.
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Vote counts are still ongoing for Berkeley Rent Board. Currently eight candidates are seeking election to five open seats.
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Vote counts are still ongoing for Berkeley Rent Board. Currently eight candidates are seeking election to five open seats.
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A research team led by UC Berkeley’s School of Education and other California institutions has received a $3 million federal grant to study post-pandemic learning recovery in California’s school system.
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A research team led by UC Berkeley’s School of Education and other California institutions has received a $3 million federal grant to study post-pandemic learning recovery in California’s school system.
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Incumbent Rashi Kesarwani has been declared victorious for Berkeley City Council District 1 with 50.03% of the votes as of 1:19 a.m. Saturday with 100% of the precincts accounted for.
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Incumbent Rashi Kesarwani has been declared victorious for Berkeley City Council District 1 with 50.03% of the votes as of 1:19 a.m. Saturday with 100% of the precincts accounted for.
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