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MAY 20, 2014
Graduates celebrate More than 21,000 proud parents, relatives, friends and fans of UC Berkeley's Class of 2014 crowded California Memorial Stadium for Saturday's campuswide commencement. Highlights included a keynote address by U.S. Rep. Nancy Pelosi and a rousing rap on the senior experience by student Kaila Love.

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> Also: See Graduation 2014 section below for more commencement news and photos 

Fog and trees Winter tule fog in California's Central Valley has declined dramatically, raising a red flag for the state's multibillion-dollar ag industry, according to UC Berkeley researchers. The fog is needed by fruit and nut trees to stay cool during their winter dormant period.

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Internment poster The newly digitized Japanese American Evacuation and Resettlement Study Digital Archive at the Bancroft Library sheds light on the mass internment of Japanese Americans during World War II. Included are diaries and other materials provided by Nisei social-science students held in a number of internment sites.

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Don't give in, don't give up, NPR reporting star tells philosophy grads.

More than 50 win coveted positions with judges.

Six MasterCard Foundation scholars from Africa earn their master's.

Music department graduates perform  celebratory concert. (Video)

Legal Planet's Ethan Elkind on opposition to modern trend.

Q&A with Jack Kornfield by the Greater Good Science Center.
Presence widespread in study of 40 centers in Alameda, Monterey counties.

Central Valley aquifer depletion adds six inches to mountains' height, could jiggle faults. 
Preschool care and education facility to open in August.

Four honored as sustainable food and ag leaders
Berkeley Food Institute pairs with NRDC to give 2014 Growing Green awards.

Oldest is 75; youngest is 15.

Campus to work with 11 local projects through chancellor's program.

Investigative documentary on sexual assault of farmworkers honored. 
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