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Rejection turned out great for UC Berkeley’s top graduating senior

A public health warrior with a sense of purpose and humor wins the 2020 University Medal.

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Ready, aim, get hired: Job tips for uncertain times

Tune out negative self-talk and follow these three tips from UC Santa Barbara alum and career expert Dana Manciagli.

Sather Gate

An update on UC Berkeley’s plans for the fall semester

Campus leaders offer an update on their ongoing planning for fall semester operations.

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DACA community braces for a Supreme Court ruling

Anxiety goes off the charts for the DACA community when the Supreme Court announces decisions. There are more humane ways to handle this, writes Regina Day Langhout.

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UC's online high school opens its doors to students stuck at home

For college prep course provider UC Scout, remote instruction is just business as usual — which is what makes it such a valuable tool in this crisis.

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Put your best (digital) foot forward!

How to practice professionalism in a socially distanced world.

Yvonne Hao with the hand sanitizer she helped produce

‘Liquid gold’: UC Berkeley lab makes free hand sanitizer for the needy

A biochemistry lab pivots to hand sanitizers for people experiencing homelessness, jail populations and others among society's most vulnerable.

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How admitted students can get a taste of the bustling UC life — without leaving the couch

UC campuses provide days of digital programming to give incoming students a taste of their unique cultures, despite social distancing.

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UC Riverside theater employees sew face masks for their colleagues

The goal is to make at least 750 masks to be provided for free to essential UC Riverside employees.

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A moment of celebration as hundreds of new UC doctors join a workforce that needs them now more than ever

Coronavirus couldn't stop Match Day — and now new UC doctors are coming to stop it.