BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 30, 2022

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Campus McNair scholars, directors reflect on 'devastating' loss of research program

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Berkeley's Police Accountability Board appointed John Moore as the PAB’s new chair during their bi-monthly meeting Sept. 28. 
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. 
East Bay Clean Power Alliance raised concerns over East Bay Community Energy’s, or EBCE’s, proposal to allocate funds to the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland for the purpose of creating an asthma treatment program. 
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The Bears suffered their first defeat of the season to Stanford but rebounded to stave off USC to earn a third place finish.

Coming off of a tight loss against Pac-12 No. 1 UCLA, the Cal women’s soccer team will travel to Arizona for two more highly anticipated conference games against University of Arizona and Arizona State University.

As the defending national champs, Cal men’s swim and dive kicks off its season at San Luis Obispo hoping to avoid the infamous championship hangover.
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On Sept. 16, Swedish House Mafia shook the roof of San Francisco’s Chase Center as part of the revival tour for its new album, Paradise Again.


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I’ve always had a morbid fascination with cults. Their manipulation tactics and psychology have been at the forefront of many late-night Wikipedia rabbit holes.



When I applied for the ‘Educator’ role at Lululemon in November of 2020, I wasn’t entirely sure what I was walking into considering I didn’t even own a single article of clothing from this luxurious athletic brand. Little did I know that working at a clothing store would change so many aspects of my life. 

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