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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 19, 2023

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Student demand for EECS and CS courses is increasing, leading some TAs to advocate for increased departmental funding and decreased student enrollment.  
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Student demand for EECS and CS courses is increasing, leading some TAs to advocate for increased departmental funding and decreased student enrollment.  
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It’s time to binge-watch your favorite cliche films and yell at the characters onscreen for making stupid decisions that will definitely get them killed.
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It’s time to binge-watch your favorite cliche films and yell at the characters onscreen for making stupid decisions that will definitely get them killed.
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What if famous fashion couture houses were to attend college? Here’s our take on what the most notorious brands would major in at UC Berkeley.
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What if famous fashion couture houses were to attend college? Here’s our take on what the most notorious brands would major in at UC Berkeley.
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In March 2020, UC Berkeley implemented a universal pass/no pass policy for the semester, setting a campus precedent for an adjusted grading system during remote schooling. Adjustments were extended through fall 2020 and spring 2021, with various differences between colleges.
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In March 2020, UC Berkeley implemented a universal pass/no pass policy for the semester, setting a campus precedent for an adjusted grading system during remote schooling. Adjustments were extended through fall 2020 and spring 2021, with various differences between colleges.
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Both UC Berkeley and the city of Berkeley are home to a slew of stereotypes. We’re here to confirm or debunk some of them from a local standpoint, once and for all.
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Both UC Berkeley and the city of Berkeley are home to a slew of stereotypes. We’re here to confirm or debunk some of them from a local standpoint, once and for all.
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After a career spanning more than 40 years at UC Berkeley, Randy Katz will be stepping down as vice chancellor for research effective June 30.
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After a career spanning more than 40 years at UC Berkeley, Randy Katz will be stepping down as vice chancellor for research effective June 30.
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Campus teaching assistants and instructors were barred from proctoring exams online for the remainder of the semester, according to a campuswide email sent by Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Paul Alivisatos.
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Campus teaching assistants and instructors were barred from proctoring exams online for the remainder of the semester, according to a campuswide email sent by Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Paul Alivisatos.
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Susan Graham serves as UC Berkeley’s Pehong Chen Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences Emerita and was the only female faculty member in the electrical engineering and computer sciences department for 17 years.
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Susan Graham serves as UC Berkeley’s Pehong Chen Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences Emerita and was the only female faculty member in the electrical engineering and computer sciences department for 17 years.
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The story of EECS and its TA legion may indeed have a happy ending, but stakeholders must ensure that it is their voices, not time alone, that tell it.
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The story of EECS and its TA legion may indeed have a happy ending, but stakeholders must ensure that it is their voices, not time alone, that tell it.
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Microsoft opened an office in Berkeley and is still in the process of moving into the location on Shattuck Avenue in the Berkeley Way West building.
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Microsoft opened an office in Berkeley and is still in the process of moving into the location on Shattuck Avenue in the Berkeley Way West building.
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