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Biden signs bill into law making Juneteenth a national holiday

November 17, 2020

UC Office of the President

UC advances equality, inclusion by implementing nonbinary gender identification

July 8, 2020

New ICE regulations ‘run counter to our values,’ Berkeley leaders say

July 7, 2020

Michael V. Drake to become 21st president of the University of California

June 19, 2020

Juneteenth - Day of Remembrance and Reflection

Supreme Court rules for ‘Dreamers,’ rejects Trump’s repeal of immigration program

UC celebrates Supreme Court win

June 18, 2020

Court decision on LGBTQ protections an overdue landmark, UC Berkeley scholars say

June 15, 2020

UC Board of Regents unanimously endorses ACA 5, repeal of Prop. 209

All lives can’t matter until black lives matter too

June 4, 2020

Faculty share insights on responses to the killing of George Floyd

May 31, 2020

UC statement on protests, violence following George Floyd’s death

May 11, 2020

On May 6, 2020, the US Department of Education released new regulations regarding how schools address and resolve complaints of sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating and domestic violence and stalking.  The date by which these new regulations go into effect is August 14, 2020.  At this time, the UC Office of the President and the UC Systemwide Title IX Coordinator are working to bring current policy and process for handling such complaints in compliance with the new regulations by the implementation date.  In keeping with current and past practice, until new policy, processes and proced