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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 26, 2022

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Jack Lepiarz talks WBUR, whipping on TikTok and why he does both

“It’s the kind of thing where I think if I get too far into either one of them, I’d feel a little uncomfortable.”

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About 48,000 graduate student researchers, graduate student instructors, academic researchers and postdoctoral scholars have walked off their jobs demanding, among other things, an end to the rent burden they currently face.
About 48,000 graduate student researchers, graduate student instructors, academic researchers and postdoctoral scholars have walked off their jobs demanding, among other things, an end to the rent burden they currently face.
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Professor Dacher Keltner directs the Berkeley Social Interaction Laboratory and is the founder and faculty director of the Greater Good Science Center.
Professor Dacher Keltner directs the Berkeley Social Interaction Laboratory and is the founder and faculty director of the Greater Good Science Center.
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Frank Worrell is a Trinidadian-American immigrant and professor at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Education.
Frank Worrell is a Trinidadian-American immigrant and professor at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Education.
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“It’s the kind of thing where I think if I get too far into either one of them, I’d feel a little uncomfortable.”
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“It’s the kind of thing where I think if I get too far into either one of them, I’d feel a little uncomfortable.”
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About 48,000 graduate student researchers, graduate student instructors, academic researchers and postdoctoral scholars have walked off their jobs demanding, among other things, an end to the rent burden they currently face.
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About 48,000 graduate student researchers, graduate student instructors, academic researchers and postdoctoral scholars have walked off their jobs demanding, among other things, an end to the rent burden they currently face.
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Professor Dacher Keltner directs the Berkeley Social Interaction Laboratory and is the founder and faculty director of the Greater Good Science Center.
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Professor Dacher Keltner directs the Berkeley Social Interaction Laboratory and is the founder and faculty director of the Greater Good Science Center.
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Frank Worrell is a Trinidadian-American immigrant and professor at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Education.
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Frank Worrell is a Trinidadian-American immigrant and professor at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Education.
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In light of celebrating 150 years of women at UC Berkeley, I had the honor of interviewing Elisa Kleven, class of 1981, to learn a bit of her story: the Berkeley, the “playful” and the family of UC Berkeley women she’s a part of.
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In light of celebrating 150 years of women at UC Berkeley, I had the honor of interviewing Elisa Kleven, class of 1981, to learn a bit of her story: the Berkeley, the “playful” and the family of UC Berkeley women she’s a part of.
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Blending Arab hospitality and food, Oakland flavors and activism, Reem’s California reimagines what food and social activism can look like.
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Blending Arab hospitality and food, Oakland flavors and activism, Reem’s California reimagines what food and social activism can look like.
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A new addition to UC Berkeley’s English department, associate professor Fiona McFarlane is the author of a novel, “The Night Guest,” and a collection of short stories, “The High Places.”
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A new addition to UC Berkeley’s English department, associate professor Fiona McFarlane is the author of a novel, “The Night Guest,” and a collection of short stories, “The High Places.”
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On Oct. 4, Mike Jay, author of “Mescaline: A Global History of the First Psychedelic,” spoke at Moe’s Books about his book, his involvement with this field of study and the broader implications of his work.
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On Oct. 4, Mike Jay, author of “Mescaline: A Global History of the First Psychedelic,” spoke at Moe’s Books about his book, his involvement with this field of study and the broader implications of his work.
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Earlier this summer, I sat down for a telephone interview with Sen. Boxer. We discussed her career, the lawmaking process and how Congress has changed.
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Earlier this summer, I sat down for a telephone interview with Sen. Boxer. We discussed her career, the lawmaking process and how Congress has changed.
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Today, we engage in conversation with one of the architects of the program — professor Ani Adhikari. Currently the chair of the Undergraduate Program Committee in the department of statistics, Adhikari has been at the forefront of both designing and popularizing the data science division and major.
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Today, we engage in conversation with one of the architects of the program — professor Ani Adhikari. Currently the chair of the Undergraduate Program Committee in the department of statistics, Adhikari has been at the forefront of both designing and popularizing the data science division and major.
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