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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 08, 2023

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The International Legal Forum, or ILF, along with Florida-based attorney Gabriel Groisman, claimed [UC Berkeley Law School] *Berkeley Law* is violating Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 in a [Nov. 18] complaint *filed Nov. 18* over the decision to allow several campus student groups to enact bylaws banning Zionist speakers.
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The International Legal Forum, or ILF, along with Florida-based attorney Gabriel Groisman, claimed [UC Berkeley Law School] *Berkeley Law* is violating Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 in a [Nov. 18] complaint *filed Nov. 18* over the decision to allow several campus student groups to enact bylaws banning Zionist speakers.
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In order to finance UCDC, students can have their financial aid repackaged to cover a semester in Washington, apply for scholarships, save money from work or obtain a paid internship. 
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In order to finance UCDC, students can have their financial aid repackaged to cover a semester in Washington, apply for scholarships, save money from work or obtain a paid internship. 
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The Biden administration’s student debt relief program has faced legal backlash once again, prompting uncertainty about the status of student loans nationwide.
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The Biden administration’s student debt relief program has faced legal backlash once again, prompting uncertainty about the status of student loans nationwide.
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Six UC Berkeley international studies programs received more than $12 million in federal funding which will support their expansion. 
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Six UC Berkeley international studies programs received more than $12 million in federal funding which will support their expansion. 
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UC Berkeley McNair scholars and directors struggled to find what went wrong after a denied federal grant application dissolved campus’s 30-year-old research scholarship that prepared underrepresented undergraduates for higher education. 
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UC Berkeley McNair scholars and directors struggled to find what went wrong after a denied federal grant application dissolved campus’s 30-year-old research scholarship that prepared underrepresented undergraduates for higher education. 
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President Biden fulfilled a campaign promise Wednesday by announcing a plan to relieve student loan debt as required payments are expected to resume this December.
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President Biden fulfilled a campaign promise Wednesday by announcing a plan to relieve student loan debt as required payments are expected to resume this December.
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The UC Office of the President released a letter Aug. 26, inviting university employees and students to comment on proposed revisions to the sexual violence and sexual harassment policy.
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The UC Office of the President released a letter Aug. 26, inviting university employees and students to comment on proposed revisions to the sexual violence and sexual harassment policy.
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Last Thursday, President Joseph Biden launched the COVID-19 College Vaccine Challenge in the hopes of vaccinating more college-aged Americans.
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Last Thursday, President Joseph Biden launched the COVID-19 College Vaccine Challenge in the hopes of vaccinating more college-aged Americans.
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After the Hispanic Serving Institution, or HSI, initiative was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, UC Berkeley is continuing its efforts to increase diversity.
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After the Hispanic Serving Institution, or HSI, initiative was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, UC Berkeley is continuing its efforts to increase diversity.
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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced an extension of the forbearance period and a pause in interest accrual on federal student loans Friday.
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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced an extension of the forbearance period and a pause in interest accrual on federal student loans Friday.
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