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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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As the world marvels at Ukraine’s ability to force back one of the great global powers, one can certainly wonder why a majority of the world has stood on the sidelines for so long.
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As the world marvels at Ukraine’s ability to force back one of the great global powers, one can certainly wonder why a majority of the world has stood on the sidelines for so long.
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Visiting professors are teaching classes through their unique international perspectives.
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Visiting professors are teaching classes through their unique international perspectives.
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Ulrike Malmendier, Edward J. and Mollie Arnold professor of finance at the Haas School of Business, was appointed to the German Council of Economic Experts on Aug. 10. 
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Ulrike Malmendier, Edward J. and Mollie Arnold professor of finance at the Haas School of Business, was appointed to the German Council of Economic Experts on Aug. 10. 
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Governments must stop propping up animal agriculture via taxpayer subsidies and instead put funding toward a more sustainable food system — one where we don’t have to hurt animals.
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Governments must stop propping up animal agriculture via taxpayer subsidies and instead put funding toward a more sustainable food system — one where we don’t have to hurt animals.
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Berkeley opened into permissiveness. It was a place where I could bring all of me, wherever I went.
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Berkeley opened into permissiveness. It was a place where I could bring all of me, wherever I went.
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What increased risk of COVID-19 infection would be created by restarting the Bundesliga? How does the emotional uplift fans will experience?
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What increased risk of COVID-19 infection would be created by restarting the Bundesliga? How does the emotional uplift fans will experience?
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In a paper published in December 2019, researchers examine the impact of Germany’s shift away from nuclear energy toward coal plants between 2011 and 2017.
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In a paper published in December 2019, researchers examine the impact of Germany’s shift away from nuclear energy toward coal plants between 2011 and 2017.
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Distinguished heavy-element chemist Polly Arnold has been appointed as director of the Chemical Sciences Division at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
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Distinguished heavy-element chemist Polly Arnold has been appointed as director of the Chemical Sciences Division at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
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How have UC Berkeley professors spent their favorite summers? Read on to find out what campus faculty have done during their most memorable summers.
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How have UC Berkeley professors spent their favorite summers? Read on to find out what campus faculty have done during their most memorable summers.
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Located in the heart of Europe, Aachen is a city of understated beauty and character. Once the center of Charlemagne’s empire, Aachen is now a small, relatively lesser known German city, but totally worth a day-long visit.
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Located in the heart of Europe, Aachen is a city of understated beauty and character. Once the center of Charlemagne’s empire, Aachen is now a small, relatively lesser known German city, but totally worth a day-long visit.
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