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Media Coverage 7/1/16

It was a quiet week for UC in terms of media coverage. However, in the legislature, AB 1711 has appeared to falter. The bill, which is intended to cap out-of-state enrollment, has hit a roadblock and been significantly altered, according to the official website of the Legislature. 447 more words

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Should I stay or should I go

There has been a lot of debating about the words Giorgio Napolitano; former Italian President, used to comment the so-called “Brexit” :“I am among those who hoped to the end that¬† the desire to remain in Europe would prevail. 686 more words

Culture And Society

Media Coverage 6/24/16

There was a bit of a flare up over the revelation that Graham Fleming continued to receive compensation for administrative work, despite being taken out of his administrative role following a complaint he sexually harassed an assistant. 925 more words

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On this day 112 years ago...

On this day, 112 years ago, Carmine Costantino Girolamo Angelo Ferraro arrived at the Port of New York on the S.S. Lombardia and first put his feet on United States soil. 402 more words

Referendum trivelle, Renzi e Napolitano denunciati a Lecce

Chi volesse compiacersene, il sugo è qui di seguito servito. Ho poco da aggiungere. Fosse la denuncia il segno di una rivolta, fosse la rivolta pronta a dilagare, fosse questo tracimare il segno di una rivoluzione, sarei felice. 121 more words

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Classes Under the Clouds (10/2013)

The fall of 2013 was a deeply upsetting time for many members of the UC community. Perhaps the most alarming event was the appointment of Janet Napolitano, former head of the Department of Homeland Security, as the next UC President. 217 more words

Public Education and Public Lands: Two Ideas Worth Privatizing (3/2015)

The privatization of UC Berkeley has been steady and rapid. But it’s also been met with significant resistance from nearly all corners. The school’s newest Chancellor, Nicholas Dirks, has worked hard to preserve the veneer of the school’s “public” status while networking with private fundraisers and promoting corporate restructuring. 169 more words