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NOVEMBER 26, 2013
Woman and pumpkin With Black Friday sales looming, UC Berkeley researchers look at what happens to commerce when there's no set price tag. And they find that shoppers spend more when engaged in a chain of goodwill known as "pay-it-forward." 

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> Also: Thoughts on thankfulness...

> And: Holiday festivities and fun this weekend...


Zarko Perovic Zarko Perovic graduated in 2012, a finalist for Berkeley's highest student honor, the University Medal. Now, he is one of 32 new Rhodes Scholars representing the United States. Born in Serbia, he majored in political science and classical civilizations, speaks five languages and currently works for the Auschwitz Institute for Peace and Reconciliation.

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Jesse Antin Jesse Antin, development director at the campus's Greater Good Science Center, founded Clerestory, a semi-professional male vocal ensemble based in the Bay Area. Its accomplished musicians present a Christmas program in Berkeley on Sunday, Dec. 1.

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New figures from NCAA.

Law clinic brief argues for more oversight.

Campus builds toward a zero-waste system with new recycling stations. 

Alameda County Food Bank is accepting donations at Parking and Transportation office.

Downtown building is on the block.

Berkeley Lab studies important greenhouse gas.

Researchers identify long-term care issue.

Sunlight as purifier, and more from the new Berkeley Science Review.

Time-lapse video captures bug's inner workings.  

Bioengineering professor honored. As smoking ban nears, University Health Services expert talks about helping people quit. 
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