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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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With the academic worker strike at the University of California now in its fifth week, national union members and labor experts predict wide-ranging impacts on the landscape of higher education.
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With the academic worker strike at the University of California now in its fifth week, national union members and labor experts predict wide-ranging impacts on the landscape of higher education.
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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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Rachel Morello-Frosch, a professor in UC Berkeley’s Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management and School of Public Health was elected to the National Academy of Medicine, or NAM, according to an announcement released by the organization on Monday. 
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Rachel Morello-Frosch, a professor in UC Berkeley’s Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management and School of Public Health was elected to the National Academy of Medicine, or NAM, according to an announcement released by the organization on Monday. 
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A joint study between UC Berkeley and Columbia University researchers demonstrated that an enzyme in cancer cells is a key part of the tumor spreading process in human pancreatic cancer.
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A joint study between UC Berkeley and Columbia University researchers demonstrated that an enzyme in cancer cells is a key part of the tumor spreading process in human pancreatic cancer.
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Equality for all is something many believe in. However, people in advantaged positions are often not as enthusiastic about implementing this policy, UC Berkeley researchers found. 
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Equality for all is something many believe in. However, people in advantaged positions are often not as enthusiastic about implementing this policy, UC Berkeley researchers found. 
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Maude Latour has mastered the art of coloring outside the lines. Swirling with candied pop psychedelia and stardust spirituality, it’s no wonder that her music melts right into you.
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Maude Latour has mastered the art of coloring outside the lines. Swirling with candied pop psychedelia and stardust spirituality, it’s no wonder that her music melts right into you.
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On Feb. 24, the campus College of Chemistry Dean Douglas Clark announced the passing of professor emeritus Andrew Streitwieser in a letter to the campus community.
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On Feb. 24, the campus College of Chemistry Dean Douglas Clark announced the passing of professor emeritus Andrew Streitwieser in a letter to the campus community.
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A study, roughly three years in the making, conducted by a team including UC Berkeley researchers revealed that the negative impacts of oil and gas production reach beyond pollution.
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A study, roughly three years in the making, conducted by a team including UC Berkeley researchers revealed that the negative impacts of oil and gas production reach beyond pollution.
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A national coalition of United Auto Workers, or UAW, locals is lobbying for increased federal research funding and better worker protection amid the COVID-19 pandemic, as announced in a press release Monday.
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A national coalition of United Auto Workers, or UAW, locals is lobbying for increased federal research funding and better worker protection amid the COVID-19 pandemic, as announced in a press release Monday.
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