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MAY 6, 2014
Alicia Astorias, Hammed Suleman
Cal student-athletes, coaches, friends and supporters gathered in Haas Pavilion Monday to underscore the point that Intercollegiate Athletics at Berkeley is about preparation for success in life, not simply in sports. The event celebrated the academic achievements of the student-athletes.  

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Sujit Choudhry
Sujit Choudhry, a renowned expert in comparative constitutional law, has been named the new dean of Berkeley Law. A professor at New York University School of Law and founder of its Center for Constitutional Transitions, Choudhry begins a five-year term July 1.  

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Michael Lin and LEGO campanile

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LEED construction no guarantee of happy workers, yet, study shows.

Listen to KQED interview with professors Stephen Hinshaw and Richard Scheffler.

Scientists' new technique predicts depth of bedrock without stripping or penetrating soil.

New Berkeley Science Review explores "Your Mind on Science," Henrietta Lacks and more.

Institute for the Study of Social Issues celebrates.

It's the 20th year, and Cal cyclists are invited to share the experience at #bike2berk.

11 students, in quick sketches of campus, show the power of personal experience.

As finals approach, faculty, staff and GSIs are reminded of signs to watch for, how to help.

Staff development event is free for staff.

National Public Gardens Day Friday.

"Get on the Bus" leader among students, staff, faculty selected for Chancellor's Awards for Public Service.

Professor Robert Bergman's pioneering work garners Welch Award.

Berkeley Law's Sax Prize goes to Jesus Mosqueda, for work in two legal clinics.

Three public-health students selected for Robert Wood Johnson program.

Leadership program aims at addressing social factors that affect health.

Woodrow Wilson Foundation award recognizes doctoral work on religious and ethical values.

Bolivia-born Sergio Nunez De Arco  created a staple and raises his people up. In the new Breakthroughs.

Law student pushes for change in foster and juvenile-justice systems.

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