The Berkeleyan: This week on campus
JANUARY 22, 2013
A couple in bed
Spouses and other romantic partners often complain about feeling unappreciated, and a new study from UC Berkeley suggests poor sleep may play a hidden role. Researchers found that sleep deprivation can leave couples "too tired to say thanks" and can make either partner feel taken for granted.

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Crack editor at by day, dancer and performer by night, UC Berkeley staffer Amy Cranch is driven to tell stories through both words and movement. Her double life means that dinner often doesn't happen until long after dark. But for Cranch, the benefits are well worth the effort. 

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Mark Yudof
Citing health problems as the main reason, Mark Yudof is stepping down as UC president on Aug. 31. In a statement issued Friday, he said he plans to teach law at Berkeley, and he takes credit for leaving the UC system in better shape than he found it.  

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New study shows less desire for power in the workplace.

Forty years after Roe v. Wade, Berkeley Law launches research initiative.

Study shows they're better at shaking off rejection.  

Dan Farber on how cap-and-trade progress might be possible. 

Left and right need to shape up, says a political science student who grew up there. 

"Inequality for All" documentary screening at film festival. 

Two entrepreneurs make S.F. Business Times' list of top 15. 
Kiplinger's ranks campus in the nation's top 10 public universities.

One-stop shopping for student services at 120 Sproul or on the new website.

More than 67,000 want to be in next fall's freshman class.

Observations and recommendations on workplace issues and challenges. 
Optimistic that tuition hike can be avoided for 2013-14.

Applications open for board post.

$5 for all you can squish between two slices of bread, Wed., Jan. 23. 
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