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APRIL 28, 2015
Forrest Sam
As a teenager in Shanghai, Forrest Sam memorized Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I have a dream" speech because it resonated with his family history. Now Sam is a psychology major, a senior and one of more than 1,600 students from China navigating the nuances of free speech at Berkeley. 

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Carol Christ Born in 1956, the start of an era that ushered in California's Master Plan, the Center for Studies in Higher Education is intent on becoming "the stimulant to conversations" about higher ed, both on campus and nationally. As Clark Kerr's vision fades, its new director steers CSHE toward new ideas.

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Easha Anand
One day in December, recent Berkeley Law grad Easha Anand checked her voicemail and was floored to hear: "Hey, Easha, it's Sonia Sotomayor. Could you please give me a call?" Now Anand is off to a prestigious clerkship with the Supreme Court justice. And 2012 Berkeley Law grad Greg Miller will be clerking for Justice Antonin Scalia next year.  

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Candlelight gathering on Sproul Wednesday. Funds being raised for earthquake relief. Library posts Nepal quake resource guide

Speech will be livestreamed at noon tomorrow (Wednesday).

People's Choice video contest open to public until Monday, May 4.

New elections bring Berkeley's total in prestigious group to 143.

Berkeley now has 247 members.

They shared in team coverage of Washington mudslide and Ebola epidemic.

Videographer Roxanne Makasdjian's family survived purge 100 years ago.

Salesforce CEO and cloud computing pioneer to keynote 2015 graduation. 
Bioengineer David Schaffer finds new ways to get drugs to cells.

Income improvements in developing countries have environmental downsides.

Robotic telescope locates three supersize Earths orbiting nearby star.

Program backs commercially promising work in data science, software.

Denim Day tomorrow (Wednesday) closes out a month of events.

Free gifts for an hour of time helping with Staff Appreciation Week event in June.

Earth Day summit shows off campus projects.

Here's the campus summer reading list for new students (and everyone else).  
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