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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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Five Cal players will step out onto their home courts Friday to fight to qualify for the Battle in the Bay tournament held in San Francisco next weekend.
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Five Cal players will step out onto their home courts Friday to fight to qualify for the Battle in the Bay tournament held in San Francisco next weekend.
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Karen Nielson resigned from her position as director of UC Berkeley’s Disabled Students' Program, or DSP, Wednesday, and will be moving to work at UC Santa Cruz as director of its Disability Resource Center. 
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Karen Nielson resigned from her position as director of UC Berkeley’s Disabled Students' Program, or DSP, Wednesday, and will be moving to work at UC Santa Cruz as director of its Disability Resource Center. 
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The UC Board of Regents kicked off its second day of meetings Wednesday on UCLA’s campus to discuss topics concerning academic affairs, governance, equity and public engagement.
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The UC Board of Regents kicked off its second day of meetings Wednesday on UCLA’s campus to discuss topics concerning academic affairs, governance, equity and public engagement.
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Working as a graduate student at UC Berkeley, one of the top public research institutions in the world, can seem like a dream. Yet, for some, that dream can be tarnished when faced with the reality of campus working conditions amidst the costs of living in one of the world’s most expensive cities. 
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Working as a graduate student at UC Berkeley, one of the top public research institutions in the world, can seem like a dream. Yet, for some, that dream can be tarnished when faced with the reality of campus working conditions amidst the costs of living in one of the world’s most expensive cities. 
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The UC Berkeley Center for Studies in Higher Education, or CSHE, published a study Dec. 6 showing that major restriction policies cause racial inequity and resource inefficiency.
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The UC Berkeley Center for Studies in Higher Education, or CSHE, published a study Dec. 6 showing that major restriction policies cause racial inequity and resource inefficiency.
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This weekend, Cal men’s swim and dive tackled a dual meet against Utah and at the Pacific Invite, pulling away with wins in both.
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This weekend, Cal men’s swim and dive tackled a dual meet against Utah and at the Pacific Invite, pulling away with wins in both.
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An elementary school in Marin County experienced an outbreak of the COVID-19 delta variant, associated with a teacher who was unvaccinated and unmasked at times.
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An elementary school in Marin County experienced an outbreak of the COVID-19 delta variant, associated with a teacher who was unvaccinated and unmasked at times.
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The National Institutes of Health, or NIH, distributed a five-year grant to researchers from UC Santa Cruz, UC Berkeley and Stanford University who are collaborating on a project that will focus on aging in the brain.
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The National Institutes of Health, or NIH, distributed a five-year grant to researchers from UC Santa Cruz, UC Berkeley and Stanford University who are collaborating on a project that will focus on aging in the brain.
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First coming together through a series of college jam sessions and Craigslist searches, The Seshen has spent the last decade in an ebb and flow of creativity.
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First coming together through a series of college jam sessions and Craigslist searches, The Seshen has spent the last decade in an ebb and flow of creativity.
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On May 12, UC Berkeley’s three new peregrine falcons were all determined to be male during Banding Day. Each chick received one band from the national Bird Banding Laboratory with a unique nine-digit number, along with a four-digit visual identification band that allows people to more easily identify the birds from a distance. 
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On May 12, UC Berkeley’s three new peregrine falcons were all determined to be male during Banding Day. Each chick received one band from the national Bird Banding Laboratory with a unique nine-digit number, along with a four-digit visual identification band that allows people to more easily identify the birds from a distance. 
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