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OCTOBER 7, 2014
Arthur Reingold Dr. Arthur Reingold, professor of epidemiology and associate dean for research at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health, answers some common questions about the risk of an Ebola outbreak in the United States. 

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> On the Berkeley Blog: Lessons from an epidemic

Tony Ng, Thomas Chen

More than 1,000 inventive students from across the country inhabited California Memorial Stadium over the weekend as they sought glory, prize money and the sheer thrill of solving problems together in a 36-hour tech event, Cal Hacks. 

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Valeska Castaneda Six UC Berkeley student mothers walked a 350-mile "Trail for Humanity" with their children this summer, calling for immigration reform as they traveled south from Merced to the Mexico border. The action was a way of "putting myself in those immigrant shoes," says one of the leaders, American studies major Valeska Castaņeda. 
> Full story, video and link to Spanish-language version...

> More on #FSM50 in videos, photos and words... 

Big issues surface in debate about online education.

Scientists figure out why we usually can't tell them apart.

Three faculty will study ecology, astronomy and microscopy.

Faculty are among 10 named nationwide.

Professors of molecular and cell biology recognized with research grants.

Campus launches mobile app for hourly use of public lots.

Noon-5 p.m., no appointment needed.

Better storage in the works for thousands of Ice Age bones housed in the Campanile.

Diploma conferred 70 years, one world war and a full life later.

Senior delivers forceful testimony about disability policy. (Video and transcript)
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