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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 17, 2023

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In the Bears’ third and final dual meet of the fall season, all the stars were aligned as they faced the UCSD Tritons. Continuing the team’s path of dual meet sweeps, Cal toppled the Tritons 183-79, winning 12 out of the 14 events.
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In the Bears’ third and final dual meet of the fall season, all the stars were aligned as they faced the UCSD Tritons. Continuing the team’s path of dual meet sweeps, Cal toppled the Tritons 183-79, winning 12 out of the 14 events.
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The Bears have started the season off strong with two decisive dual meet wins against Pittsburgh and Washington State. This Friday, the women will look to continue their winning streak in a nonconference meet against UCSD. 
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The Bears have started the season off strong with two decisive dual meet wins against Pittsburgh and Washington State. This Friday, the women will look to continue their winning streak in a nonconference meet against UCSD. 
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Around the 1960’s, students throughout the UC system would pay next to nothing for an education. So why did the price increase? Have UC students gotten more? Is the amount we are paying right now worth it?
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Around the 1960’s, students throughout the UC system would pay next to nothing for an education. So why did the price increase? Have UC students gotten more? Is the amount we are paying right now worth it?
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As of Sept. 6, the Cal Alumni network no longer processes new alumni email account requests, according to an updated campus bConnected policy. All current students will not have the option to retain their email post graduation. 
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As of Sept. 6, the Cal Alumni network no longer processes new alumni email account requests, according to an updated campus bConnected policy. All current students will not have the option to retain their email post graduation. 
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Showing no signs of slowing down, the Bears race to a blazing 5-0 start
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Showing no signs of slowing down, the Bears race to a blazing 5-0 start
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The UC Board of Regents' Health Services Committee met at UCLA on Wednesday to discuss the university’s health budget for the upcoming fiscal year and review the community benefit report for the prior fiscal year. 
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The UC Board of Regents' Health Services Committee met at UCLA on Wednesday to discuss the university’s health budget for the upcoming fiscal year and review the community benefit report for the prior fiscal year. 
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The UC Board of Regents met Tuesday and Wednesday to discuss AI investments, immigration status and work-study jobs, ableism training for faculty and staff and budget reports. The board also voted to unanimously approve UC Berkeley’s new College of Computing, Data Science and Society, or CDSS.
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The UC Board of Regents met Tuesday and Wednesday to discuss AI investments, immigration status and work-study jobs, ableism training for faculty and staff and budget reports. The board also voted to unanimously approve UC Berkeley’s new College of Computing, Data Science and Society, or CDSS.
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The Bears revealed their XV’s squad in Southern California en route to a perfect weekend.
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The Bears revealed their XV’s squad in Southern California en route to a perfect weekend.
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The gulf in historical success between the two teams cannot be understated. Following Tuesday’s game, however, the Tritons have fully established recent superiority over the Bears.
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The gulf in historical success between the two teams cannot be understated. Following Tuesday’s game, however, the Tritons have fully established recent superiority over the Bears.
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Amassing a 12-6 conference record last season, Southern University has limited its opponents to a mere 19.6% perimeter field goal percentage, further sabotaging Cal’s chances of scoring from beyond the arc.
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Amassing a 12-6 conference record last season, Southern University has limited its opponents to a mere 19.6% perimeter field goal percentage, further sabotaging Cal’s chances of scoring from beyond the arc.
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