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Ted Cruz ’92 selects Carly Fiorina as presidential running mate

Texas Senator Ted Cruz ’92 announced former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina as his running mate in the upcoming presidential election at a rally in Indianapolis earlier today. The announcement follows businessman Donald Trump’s sweeping victory in five state presidential primaries Tuesday night. These states include Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and […]

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Dozens of bikes abandoned near boathouse, origins unknown

A growing pile of more than a dozen seemingly abandoned bikes can be found near the Shea Rowing Center, home of the University’s crew teams. Some of the bikes in the pile appear fully functional and crew team members walk by them everyday. Many students are unaware of why the […]

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Evans named new Berkeley head

Geology and Geophysics professor David Evans ’92 will serve as the next head of Berkeley College University President Peter Salovey announced Wednesday afternoon to the packed Berkeley dining hall. Evans, whose scholarship focuses on plate tectonics and supercontinents, was in Berkeley college as an undergraduate. He returned to the University […]

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New colleges to honor Murray, Franklin

The two new residential colleges will be named for Anna Pauline Murray ’65 J.S.D., ’79 Hon. D.Div and Benjamin Franklin 1753 Hon. M.A., University President Peter Salovey announced Wednesday evening. Murray, a woman of color, received degrees from Yale Law School in 1965 and the Divinity School in 1979. Salovey […]

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CALHOUN TO REMAIN; “MASTER” TO BECOME “HEAD”

The University will retain the name of Calhoun College but replace the title of residential college master with “head of college.” A high-ranking administrator with knowledge of the naming decisions informed the News of them on Wednesday after learning them earlier this week. The University has yet to publicly announce […]

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