The Berkeleyan: This week on campus
NOVEMBER 23, 2010
The student cooperative BicyCAL is offering free bike repairs and bike-care advice from its centrally located, if humble, "hub" on campus -- in a long-shuttered stairway connecting upper and lower Sproul Plaza. The group aims to sustain and encourage Berkeley's cycling culture.

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Alison Narayan Green chemistry is the name for work that's going on in laboratories and on college campuses across the country, where chemists are looking for ways to make safer products and students are being taught to do the same. Public Radio International's Living on Earth program came to Berkeley to report on the changes for a recent radio show.

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Also: Berkeley plans green chemistry conference in spring.

Christine Carter Drawing from research and personal experience, Christine Carter, director of Berkeley's Greater Good Parents program, offers insights on how practicing gratitude, not just at Thanksgiving but year-round, can make for happier families.

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Also: Christine Carter's Thanksgiving rituals

Berkeley physicists on team that achieved long-sought milestone in antimatter experimentation.

Risk review suggests treating them, for now, as if they were hazardous.

Center for Criminal Justice looks at best ideas from police, unions, employers, academics for 8 million Californians.

Financial aid also gets a boost.

Iran sets new trial date for three  Berkeley grads
Two still imprisoned, one free, they face Feb. 6 court date in Tehran.

Tentative pact covers 11,000 GSIs, teaching assistants, readers and graders.

Three million volumes now online.
Arts and humanities dean will replace retiring VP Zedeck.

Jonathan Simon recognized for his book, Governing Through Crime.
Also: Read Simon's blog.

Haas MBA students victorious
Brand-management case competition.
Professor Joan Walker and two students capture research board award.

Director of special projects at CITRIS.

Law prof turns bright light on Glenn Beck's defense of incandescents.

Visiting scholar and author Daniel Alarcon to lead CLAS event Dec. 6.
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