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Oregon Daily Emerald
UO Professor Geri Richmond honored at White Houseup on a small farm in Kansas, Richmond got her Bachelor’s of Science from Kansa
UO Professor Geri Richmond honored at White House
Oregon Daily Emerald / Posted an hour ago
up on a small farm in Kansas, Richmond got her Bachelor’s of Science from Kansas State University before attending UC Berkeley to get a PhD in Physics Chemistry. She came to the University of Oregon to teach and pursue research in 1985 and... Read more
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The Daily Californian
High price of chancellor's fence is indefensibleof The Daily Californian editorialized in support of the decision to construct
High price of chancellor's fence is indefensible
The Daily Californian / Posted 2 hours ago
of The Daily Californian editorialized in support of the decision to construct a fence around University House, where the UC Berkeley chancellor lives rent-free. The board supported the fence in the name of safety and reducing security... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Bernie Sanders hosts rally in Oaklandto provide solutions to income inequality and rising mass incarceration rates.
Bernie Sanders hosts rally in Oakland
The Daily Californian / Posted 4 hours ago
to provide solutions to income inequality and rising mass incarceration rates. At the rally, where he was introduced by UC Berkeley public policy professor and former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich, Sanders kicked off his stump speech by... Read more
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Daily Mail
Watch the terrifying robo-roach that can jump just like the real thingto right itself and flip back over. JumpRoACH was developed at Seoul National
Watch the terrifying robo-roach that can jump just like the real thing
Daily Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
to right itself and flip back over. JumpRoACH was developed at Seoul National University in South Korea. Teaming up with UC Berkeley, the researchers have come up with a way to combine their new jumping mechanism with a Dash crawler, making for a... Read more
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The Daily Californian
UCLA employee sues UCLA campus police, UC Regentsimplicit bias and to prevent racial profiling in carrying out their law enforce
UCLA employee sues UCLA campus police, UC Regents
The Daily Californian / Posted 8 hours ago
implicit bias and to prevent racial profiling in carrying out their law enforcement duties.” According to Jesse Choper, UC Berkeley professor emeritus of law, Gaines and his lawyer will face a challenge in proving that racial profiling was a... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Songs that describe summer away from Berkeleythe screen of doom on a site, which is quite frankly hideous. The cycle of drea
Songs that describe summer away from Berkeley
The Daily Californian / Posted 13 hours ago
the screen of doom on a site, which is quite frankly hideous. The cycle of dread followed by acceptance is a motif here at UC Berkeley, which applies also when you face your midterm head-on or complete your weight-training at the RSF. Whether... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Monday, May 30, 2016upon seeing the screen of doom on a site, which is quite frankly hideous. The c
Monday, May 30, 2016
The Daily Californian / Posted 13 hours ago
upon seeing the screen of doom on a site, which is quite frankly hideous. The cycle of dread followed by acceptance is a motif here at UC Berkeley, which applies also when you face your midterm head-on or complete your weight-training at... Read more
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The Mercury News
K12 Inc.: Bay Area lawmakers call for audit of California Virtual Academies operatorthese irresponsible for-profit companies shouldn't be a wild idea," said Bruce
K12 Inc.: Bay Area lawmakers call for audit of California Virtual Academies operator
The Mercury News / Posted 19 hours ago
these irresponsible for-profit companies shouldn't be a wild idea," said Bruce Fuller, an education policy professor at UC Berkeley. "If nothing happens and K12 faces no consequences, the company stands to poison the legitimacy of the whole... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Sproul in the summerinternships, one would think that Sproul Plaza would remain a bustling hub for
Sproul in the summer
The Daily Californian / Posted yesterday
internships, one would think that Sproul Plaza would remain a bustling hub for summertime residents. Despite the presence of UC Berkeley summer session students, Sproul still remains empty and unkempt, and longing for signs of the Fall 2016 semes... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Songs that describe summer away from Berkeleythe screen of doom on a site, which is quite frankly hideous. The cycle of drea
Songs that describe summer away from Berkeley
The Daily Californian / Posted yesterday
the screen of doom on a site, which is quite frankly hideous. The cycle of dread followed by acceptance is a motif here at UC Berkeley, which applies also when you face your midterm head-on or complete your weight-training at the RSF. Whether... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Bob Oshita gives last Sunday sermon at Sacramento Buddhist ChurchBuddhist Church until he was about 15 “when I discovered girls and had other pl
Bob Oshita gives last Sunday sermon at Sacramento Buddhist Church
The Sacramento Bee / Posted yesterday
Buddhist Church until he was about 15 “when I discovered girls and had other places to be.” In a psychology class at UC Berkeley, he told his classmates he was raised Buddhist, and “the class was so excited they had a live Buddhist they asked... Read more
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NBC Los Angeles
Entertainment Executive Inspires Teens to Give Backto one female and one male student athlete from his alma mater. For Alma Zarat
Entertainment Executive Inspires Teens to Give Back
NBC Los Angeles / Posted yesterday
to one female and one male student athlete from his alma mater. For Alma Zarate, who just finished her first year at UC Berkeley, the help came as a relief. "It was like having another layer of stress off my back lifted, just not having to... Read more
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The Mercury News
California considers huge tuition hikes for out-of-state studentshave the rhetoric that 'we don't want you here. You're taking a spot that anoth
California considers huge tuition hikes for out-of-state students
The Mercury News / Posted yesterday
have the rhetoric that 'we don't want you here. You're taking a spot that another student could have.' " said Will Morrow, UC Berkeley's newly elected student body president, who is from Minnesota. In three years, UC's out-of-state tuition would... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Memorial Day and a chance to grow peaceemotional battle scars that would remain for a lifetime. Vowing to make a diff
Memorial Day and a chance to grow peace
Marin Independent Journal / Posted yesterday
emotional battle scars that would remain for a lifetime. Vowing to make a difference for peace, I pursued an education at UC Berkeley in political economics during the 1970s, as students sought a brighter future. Last week, I was honored to... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Prep track and field: Four Marin athletes qualify for state at Meet of ChampionsRedwood’s Glennis Murphy competes at the North Coast Section Meet of Champions
Prep track and field: Four Marin athletes qualify for state at Meet of Champions
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 2 days ago
Redwood’s Glennis Murphy competes at the North Coast Section Meet of Champions at UC Berkeley in Berkeley on Saturday. Murphy set a personal record but finished fifth in 2 minutes, 12.91 seconds. Anda Chu — Bay Area News Group BERKELEY >> Not that... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
Civil Rights Icon Delivers SJSU CommencementDoctor Harry Edwards, a civil rights icon who worked for Bay Area sports teams
Civil Rights Icon Delivers SJSU Commencement
NBC Bay Area / Posted 2 days ago
Doctor Harry Edwards, a civil rights icon who worked for Bay Area sports teams and now teaches at UC Berkeley, delivered a commencement speech at San Jose State University Saturday, telling graduates about his activism and the difficulty involved in... Read more
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The Mercury News
Thomas Peele: Must stop bill to copyright public recordsa long time coming. Thomas Peele is an investigative reporter for this newspap
Thomas Peele: Must stop bill to copyright public records
The Mercury News / Posted 2 days ago
a long time coming. Thomas Peele is an investigative reporter for this newspaper and teaches classes on public records at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. Follow him at Twitter.com/Thomas_peele. Email him at tpeele@bayareanewsgroup.c... Read more
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Beverly Hills Courier
Prosecutor in Samantha Runnion Kidnap Case DiesCollege Park, and worked as a criminalist for Houston police after graduation.
Prosecutor in Samantha Runnion Kidnap Case Dies
Beverly Hills Courier / Posted 2 days ago
College Park, and worked as a criminalist for Houston police after graduation. She later continued her education at UC Berkeley, where she earned a law degree in 1987. She clerked for the Orange County District Attorney while in law school... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Angela Paton, Bay Area mainstay of stage and screen, diesart at Carnegie Tech (now Carnegie Mellon) and moved to the Bay Area in 1957 wh
Angela Paton, Bay Area mainstay of stage and screen, dies
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 2 days ago
art at Carnegie Tech (now Carnegie Mellon) and moved to the Bay Area in 1957 when Goldsby got a job teaching theater at UC Berkeley. She is survived by her husband as well as three children, Gwendolyn Goldsby, Matthew Goldsby and Robert E.... Read more
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Daily Mail
Berkeley students details professor's inappropriate behaviorher hands and saying he wanted to 'date her after she graduated' Nicole Hemenw
Berkeley students details professor's inappropriate behavior
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
her hands and saying he wanted to 'date her after she graduated' Nicole Hemenway claims she was harassed by her adviser at UC Berkeley In a formal complaint against him, Hemenway claims Blake Wentworth 'wanted to pursue a romantic relationship'... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New CRISPR-EZ method makes genome editing much easier in micecome from in vivo gene-editing studies, in which you generate mice with an alte
New CRISPR-EZ method makes genome editing much easier in mice
News-Medical-Net / Posted 3 days ago
come from in vivo gene-editing studies, in which you generate mice with an altered gene," said lead researcher Lin He, a UC Berkeley associate professor of molecular and cell biology. "But it is a major committment to make a novel knockout with... Read more
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Orange County Register
Irvine mom Kelli Peters writes book about drugs being planting in her carStradling Yocca Carlson & Rauth, one of the largest law firms in Orange County.
Irvine mom Kelli Peters writes book about drugs being planting in her car
Orange County Register / Posted 3 days ago
Stradling Yocca Carlson & Rauth, one of the largest law firms in Orange County. Jill Easter received her law degree from UC Berkeley. A year after the initial confrontation, police received that call from a parent claiming Peters was taking... Read more
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Orange County Register
O.C. Assistant D.A. Camille Hill dies, known for Samantha Runnion case prosecutionCollege Park, and worked as a criminalist for Houston police after graduation.
O.C. Assistant D.A. Camille Hill dies, known for Samantha Runnion case prosecution
Orange County Register / Posted 3 days ago
College Park, and worked as a criminalist for Houston police after graduation. She later continued her education at UC Berkeley, where she earned a law degree in 1987. She clerked for the Orange County District Attorney while in law school... Read more
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The Daily Californian
A walk through campus: remnants of historyUC Berkeley’s campus is littered with history and tradition in every corner — o
A walk through campus: remnants of history
The Daily Californian / Posted 3 days ago
UC Berkeley’s campus is littered with history and tradition in every corner — one must only look. Behind almost every building statue and bench is a story. South Hall, UC Berkeley’s first building, built in 1873, was where everything started. The... Read more
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The Berkeley Daily Planet
50 Years of Bringing Music to the People June 3, 4 & 5 at UC Berkeley Berkeley Community Chorus & Orchestra Performs Anti-War Masterpiece. Categoryfree. On June 3, 4 and 5, the 220-member chorus will perform Benjamin Britten'
50 Years of Bringing Music to the People June 3, 4 & 5 at UC Berkeley Berkeley Community Chorus & Orchestra Performs Anti-War Masterpiece. Category
The Berkeley Daily Planet / Posted 3 days ago
free. On June 3, 4 and 5, the 220-member chorus will perform Benjamin Britten's War Requiem Op. 66 at Hertz Hall on the UC Berkeley campus. Britten was a pacifist. He was commissioned to write this work to mark the consecration of the new... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Useful tips for CalSO and beyondStepping into UC Berkeley can be overwhelming. With more than 35,000 total unde
Useful tips for CalSO and beyond
The Daily Californian / Posted 3 days ago
Stepping into UC Berkeley can be overwhelming. With more than 35,000 total undergraduate and graduate students, 25 campus libraries and 1,100 student organizations, determining the right activities to further one’s academic and social interests can... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Business Digest, May 28, 2016: June 8 talk to look at transit solutionsdrivers to carpool, walk or bike. Panelists include Karen Trapenberg Frick, pr
Business Digest, May 28, 2016: June 8 talk to look at transit solutions
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 3 days ago
drivers to carpool, walk or bike. Panelists include Karen Trapenberg Frick, professor of city and regional planning at UC Berkeley; Drusilla van Hengel, principal at transportation planning firm Nelson/Nygaard who specializes in bicycle and... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Angela Paton, Bay Area legend of stage and screen, dies at 86art at Carnegie Tech (now Carnegie Mellon) and moved to the Bay Area in 1957 wh
Angela Paton, Bay Area legend of stage and screen, dies at 86
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
art at Carnegie Tech (now Carnegie Mellon) and moved to the Bay Area in 1957 when Goldsby got a job teaching theater at UC Berkeley. She is survived by her husband as well as three children, Gwendolyn Goldsby, Matthew Goldsby and Robert E.... Read more
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Daily Mail
Mind-reaching machines could soon turn your thoughts into speechspeech when a person thinks of a specific word, from direct brain recordings.
Mind-reaching machines could soon turn your thoughts into speech
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
speech when a person thinks of a specific word, from direct brain recordings. Professor Robert Knight and his team at UC Berkeley have been studying how hearing words, speaking out loud and imagining words involves brain areas that... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Growing through the years: Debbie Pitcherreminded me of my grandma’s old house with its stucco and chalkboard decorating
Growing through the years: Debbie Pitcher
The Daily Californian / Posted 3 days ago
reminded me of my grandma’s old house with its stucco and chalkboard decorating style. I remember going into a room with a UC Berkeley professor and the biggest chalkboard I’d ever seen. A teacher myself, I imagined standing in front of the... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
Bernie Sanders is Heading to Oakland This Weekendis open to the public, although space is expected to fill up rather quickly. F
Bernie Sanders is Heading to Oakland This Weekend
NBC Bay Area / Posted 3 days ago
is open to the public, although space is expected to fill up rather quickly. Forme U.S. Secretary of Labor and current UC Berkeley professor Robert Reich posted on Facebook that he would be introducing Sanders at an event on Tuesday, but that... Read more
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East Bay Express
UC Berkeley Report: Affordable Housing is Best Way to Combat GentrifcationAccording to a new report by UC Berkeley researchers, the best way to prevent g
UC Berkeley Report: Affordable Housing is Best Way to Combat Gentrifcation
East Bay Express / Posted 3 days ago
According to a new report by UC Berkeley researchers, the best way to prevent gentrification and displacement is to build affordable housing in cities and neighborhoods where rents and home prices are rising fastest. The Berkeley report is a... Read more
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The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles
Looking back at war on Memorial Day | Cover Storyin May 1946. Thanks to the GI Bill, I enrolled at UCLA — no tuition, no parkin
Looking back at war on Memorial Day | Cover Story
The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles / Posted 3 days ago
in May 1946. Thanks to the GI Bill, I enrolled at UCLA — no tuition, no parking fees, but few girls — and then went on to UC Berkeley. Later, in the summer of 1948, I would become a soldier again, when I traveled clandestinely to the nascent... Read more
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The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles
Searching for Sgt. Kauffman | CultureExpeditionary Force, he graduated in 1913 from Los Angeles High School, matricu
Searching for Sgt. Kauffman | Culture
The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles / Posted 3 days ago
Expeditionary Force, he graduated in 1913 from Los Angeles High School, matriculating to the University of California (now UC Berkeley) and “then returned to this city, where he engaged in the real estate business with his brother, Milton... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Mergers in the healthcare sector: why you'll pay morewith U.S. Healthcare in a deal it hoped would give it entre to the booming HMO
Mergers in the healthcare sector: why you'll pay more
Los Angeles Times / Posted 3 days ago
with U.S. Healthcare in a deal it hoped would give it entre to the booming HMO market. According to a 2004 analysis by UC Berkeley health economist James C. Robinson, the merger became a "near-death" experience for Aetna. The deal was expected... Read more
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Raw Story
Berkeley student details professor’s disturbing sexual advances — and how the university failed hersigned, at least seven students have given testimonials expressing concerns abo
Berkeley student details professor’s disturbing sexual advances — and how the university failed her
Raw Story / Posted 3 days ago
signed, at least seven students have given testimonials expressing concerns about Wentworth.‘I’m in limbo’ Officials at UC Berkeley and across the public university system in California have pledged to improve its policies and procedures for... Read more
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The Daily Californian
5 famous Cal students you may not have known aboutPatrick Lee (B.A. Cognitive Science 2004), co-founder and former CEO of Rotten
5 famous Cal students you may not have known about
The Daily Californian / Posted 3 days ago
Patrick Lee (B.A. Cognitive Science 2004), co-founder and former CEO of Rotten Tomatoes. But as this list of five famous UC Berkeley attendees shows, most success stories aren’t one-way tickets to money, fame or prestige — in fact, the tales of... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Cal is more than CalSOWhen I received my acceptance email from UC Berkeley, I was exhausted. I had ju
Cal is more than CalSO
The Daily Californian / Posted 3 days ago
When I received my acceptance email from UC Berkeley, I was exhausted. I had just finished a shift at work after a full day’s worth of classes at Berkeley City College and was trudging through Sproul Plaza on my way to my housing co-op when I decided... Read more
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The Daily Californian
CalSO: A historyEach summer, thousands of newly admitted UC Berkeley students flood campus for
CalSO: A history
The Daily Californian / Posted 3 days ago
Each summer, thousands of newly admitted UC Berkeley students flood campus for two-day crash courses on time-honored Cal traditions and to sign up for their first set of classes. Since its inception in 1968, CalSO was intended as a space where baby... Read more
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The Daily Californian
College: It's Bananastotally insane. Shit: Maybe I don’t like bananas. But I digress. Secondly, I h
College: It's Bananas
The Daily Californian / Posted 3 days ago
totally insane. Shit: Maybe I don’t like bananas. But I digress. Secondly, I had limited access to food when I started at UC Berkeley, or rather, I had a limited supply of motivation. And given that acquiring food in college takes some degree of... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Quick and dirty guide to student organizationsIt’s difficult to wrap your head around all the new, unique opportunities you’l
Quick and dirty guide to student organizations
The Daily Californian / Posted 3 days ago
It’s difficult to wrap your head around all the new, unique opportunities you’ll be exposed to when you come to UC Berkeley. You might be hella overwhelmed. We get it. The Daily Californian feels you. It’s one thing to choose your classes and start... Read more
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PhysOrg
Faster, more efficient CRISPR editing in micecome from in vivo gene-editing studies, in which you generate mice with an alte
Faster, more efficient CRISPR editing in mice
PhysOrg / Posted 3 days ago
come from in vivo gene-editing studies, in which you generate mice with an altered gene," said lead researcher Lin He, a UC Berkeley associate professor of molecular and cell biology. "But it is a major committment to make a novel knockout with... Read more
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The Mercury News
Google wins epic legal battle with Oracle-- you don't take somebody's property without permission and use it for your ow
Google wins epic legal battle with Oracle
The Mercury News / Posted 4 days ago
-- you don't take somebody's property without permission and use it for your own benefit. That's what this case is about." UC Berkeley law professor Pam Samuelson said the litigation was a "very unusual" fair use case, which presented a challenge... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
‘Honey bear’: Berkeley student details alleged sexual advances by professornever should’ve happened if Berkeley was doing its job. … His rights have taken
‘Honey bear’: Berkeley student details alleged sexual advances by professor
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 4 days ago
never should’ve happened if Berkeley was doing its job. … His rights have taken precedence over our rights.” Officials at UC Berkeley and across the public university system in California have pledged to improve its policies and procedures for... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Editor's Note: Bearly Beginningthe most of orientation, and multiple perspectives on the program — all meant t
Editor's Note: Bearly Beginning
The Daily Californian / Posted 4 days ago
the most of orientation, and multiple perspectives on the program — all meant to help you as you begin your journey at UC Berkeley. It’s easy to feel shell-shocked by the wave of new information you’re receiving — and, of course, the... Read more
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Eureka Times-Standard
Prep Track and Field: Fortuna’s Rod Kausen to hang it up after seasonto 24 Humboldt-Del Norte track titles for both boys and girls. This year, in t
Prep Track and Field: Fortuna’s Rod Kausen to hang it up after season
Eureka Times-Standard / Posted 4 days ago
to 24 Humboldt-Del Norte track titles for both boys and girls. This year, in the North Coast Section Meet of Champions at UC Berkeley, Kausen has brought a posse of seven — five seniors, one junior and one freshman — to make another against... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
How Texas Tech transfer Davis Webb ended up at Calpast weekend, Webb made the 22-hour drive from Lubbock with his mother. He star
How Texas Tech transfer Davis Webb ended up at Cal
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 4 days ago
past weekend, Webb made the 22-hour drive from Lubbock with his mother. He started master’s courses Monday at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health. Between unpacking boxes and navigating campus, Webb has studied the playbook. His hope... Read more
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Silicon Valley
Google wins epic legal battle with Oracle-- you don't take somebody's property without permission and use it for your ow
Google wins epic legal battle with Oracle
Silicon Valley / Posted 4 days ago
-- you don't take somebody's property without permission and use it for your own benefit. That's what this case is about." UC Berkeley law professor Pam Samuelson said the litigation was a "very unusual" fair use case, which presented a challenge... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Fence around chancellor’s residence completed at 2.5 times original budgethouse was attacked and people threw burning torches at it,” Mogulof said, refer
Fence around chancellor’s residence completed at 2.5 times original budget
The Daily Californian / Posted 4 days ago
house was attacked and people threw burning torches at it,” Mogulof said, referring to incidents that occurred when former UC Berkeley chancellor Robert Birgeneau occupied the mansion. “There were a number of late-night incursions in and around the... Read more
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Ventura County Star
Oak Park High graduates set new standards for academic achievementhonestly motivate you." Whealen is headed to UC Davis, where he'll major in po
Oak Park High graduates set new standards for academic achievement
Ventura County Star / Posted 4 days ago
honestly motivate you." Whealen is headed to UC Davis, where he'll major in political science. Park will study business at UC Berkeley. UC Davis, Berkeley and Santa Barbara just to the north are popular choices among the Oak Park graduates, as are... Read more
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