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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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In a historic first, the Berkeley Faculty Association, or BFA, hosted a joint rally with UC-AFT Local 1474 in solidarity with UAW Local 2865, UAW Local 5810 and SRU-UAW on Wednesday.
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In a historic first, the Berkeley Faculty Association, or BFA, hosted a joint rally with UC-AFT Local 1474 in solidarity with UAW Local 2865, UAW Local 5810 and SRU-UAW on Wednesday.
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The University of California may dock pay from those participating in the ongoing academic worker strike—including faculty striking in solidarity—according to Berkeley Faculty Association Chair James Vernon. 
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The University of California may dock pay from those participating in the ongoing academic worker strike—including faculty striking in solidarity—according to Berkeley Faculty Association Chair James Vernon. 
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UC Berkeley faculty stood on the steps of Sproul Plaza, donned in faculty robes and carrying United Auto Workers, or UAW, union signs, looking out on a sea of striking academic workers. 
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UC Berkeley faculty stood on the steps of Sproul Plaza, donned in faculty robes and carrying United Auto Workers, or UAW, union signs, looking out on a sea of striking academic workers. 
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48,000 academic workers in the United Auto Workers union – which includes postdoctoral scholars, academic researchers, academic student employees and graduate student researchers – across the university went on strike on Monday.
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48,000 academic workers in the United Auto Workers union – which includes postdoctoral scholars, academic researchers, academic student employees and graduate student researchers – across the university went on strike on Monday.
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A UC Berkeley workgroup released a draft report detailing its recommendations on how departments should issue and attribute political statements, drawing criticism from the Berkeley Faculty Association as a “chilling of free speech.”
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A UC Berkeley workgroup released a draft report detailing its recommendations on how departments should issue and attribute political statements, drawing criticism from the Berkeley Faculty Association as a “chilling of free speech.”
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UC Berkeley community members have criticized proposed changes to the campus library system announced Oct. 3, which would limit services and close the Anthropology, Mathematics Statistics and Physics-Astronomy libraries.
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UC Berkeley community members have criticized proposed changes to the campus library system announced Oct. 3, which would limit services and close the Anthropology, Mathematics Statistics and Physics-Astronomy libraries.
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A campus student alleged that campus’s COVID-19 isolation policies in the on-campus residential halls have given them no choice but to withdraw for the fall semester.
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A campus student alleged that campus’s COVID-19 isolation policies in the on-campus residential halls have given them no choice but to withdraw for the fall semester.
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While a few celebrated the Feb. 28 lifting of the mask mandate, many others argued that it is still necessary.
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While a few celebrated the Feb. 28 lifting of the mask mandate, many others argued that it is still necessary.
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Whether we like it or not, students, instructors and their households are all about to take part in a giant public health experiment.
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Whether we like it or not, students, instructors and their households are all about to take part in a giant public health experiment.
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As movements to defund and abolish police have become more prominent in national discussions, several UC Berkeley experts said they want to see changes in the criminal justice system.
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As movements to defund and abolish police have become more prominent in national discussions, several UC Berkeley experts said they want to see changes in the criminal justice system.
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