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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 05, 2023

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Learning 2022

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Don’t get me wrong, the desire to become better isn’t a bad thing, but the way in which sports and brands market to youth can be quite unpleasant.
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Don’t get me wrong, the desire to become better isn’t a bad thing, but the way in which sports and brands market to youth can be quite unpleasant.
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Campus organizations such as CAMP, Stiles Hall, Foster Education Project, Early Academic Outreach Program and Project SMILE work to expand educational equity at UC Berkeley and in the Bay Area.
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Campus organizations such as CAMP, Stiles Hall, Foster Education Project, Early Academic Outreach Program and Project SMILE work to expand educational equity at UC Berkeley and in the Bay Area.
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Despite the intimidating reality that we are living amidst human-caused climate change, climate action has faced political and informational roadblocks.
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Despite the intimidating reality that we are living amidst human-caused climate change, climate action has faced political and informational roadblocks.
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Alternative pathways for students graduating high school besides attending a four-year university may include community college, vocational schools, the military or going into the workforce, according to campus assistant professor of education Tolani Britton.
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Alternative pathways for students graduating high school besides attending a four-year university may include community college, vocational schools, the military or going into the workforce, according to campus assistant professor of education Tolani Britton.
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Although Fang Xu, a long-time lecturer and researcher in the Interdisciplinary Studies Field at UC Berkeley, possesses extensive academic achievements and credentials, she is unable to spearhead her own research projects.
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Although Fang Xu, a long-time lecturer and researcher in the Interdisciplinary Studies Field at UC Berkeley, possesses extensive academic achievements and credentials, she is unable to spearhead her own research projects.
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Students who have studied abroad in London, Edinburgh and Seoul through Berkeley Study Abroad and Global Edge reflect on their experiences abroad.
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Students who have studied abroad in London, Edinburgh and Seoul through Berkeley Study Abroad and Global Edge reflect on their experiences abroad.
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Learning is an important and beautiful part of life, and understanding what’s behind it can help individuals become better learners.
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Learning is an important and beautiful part of life, and understanding what’s behind it can help individuals become better learners.
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It’s these “outside of the classroom experiences” that make a student well-rounded, as well as competitive for companies and graduate schools, according to the Interim Executive Director of the Career Center Sue Harbour.
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It’s these “outside of the classroom experiences” that make a student well-rounded, as well as competitive for companies and graduate schools, according to the Interim Executive Director of the Career Center Sue Harbour.
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As UC Berkeley STEM majors graduate, they enter a world where women are underrepresented. For many, this male-dominated landscape is all too familiar. 
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As UC Berkeley STEM majors graduate, they enter a world where women are underrepresented. For many, this male-dominated landscape is all too familiar. 
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