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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!

Anjali Banerjee

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Members of the campus Police Review Board held their first public meeting in two years on Friday to discuss their annual report which summarizes the activities of the board since then.
Members of the campus Police Review Board held their first public meeting in two years on Friday to discuss their annual report which summarizes the activities of the board since then.
Members of the public gathered in the rain Wednesday to celebrate the return of a whale statue to the Lawrence Hall of Science after the sculpture was removed in order to undergo a structural makeover.
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Members of the public gathered in the rain Wednesday to celebrate the return of a whale statue to the Lawrence Hall of Science after the sculpture was removed in order to undergo a structural makeover.
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The National Science Board awarded former UC Berkeley Chancellor Robert Birgeneau the Vannevar Bush Award on Thursday for his research in physics and dedication to public education, among other contributions.
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The National Science Board awarded former UC Berkeley Chancellor Robert Birgeneau the Vannevar Bush Award on Thursday for his research in physics and dedication to public education, among other contributions.
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Berkeley Unified School District Superintendent Donald Evans worked for more than 18 months without renewing his credentials.
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Berkeley Unified School District Superintendent Donald Evans worked for more than 18 months without renewing his credentials.
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Two candidates addressing affordable housing and student voter registration are running alongside an independent candidate affiliated with the Defend Affirmative Action Party for the position of ASUC external affairs vice president.
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Two candidates addressing affordable housing and student voter registration are running alongside an independent candidate affiliated with the Defend Affirmative Action Party for the position of ASUC external affairs vice president.
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Campuswide printers were hacked Friday and Saturday and programmed to print copies of anti-Semitic and white supremacist fliers, according to campus graduate student Geert de Vreede.
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Campuswide printers were hacked Friday and Saturday and programmed to print copies of anti-Semitic and white supremacist fliers, according to campus graduate student Geert de Vreede.
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The University of California’s largest employees’ union released a report March 1 detailing what it calls an underperformance of the UC system’s “experiment” with hedge fund investments since 2003.
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The University of California’s largest employees’ union released a report March 1 detailing what it calls an underperformance of the UC system’s “experiment” with hedge fund investments since 2003.
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Eric Angstadt, city planning and development director, submitted his resignation Friday to move on to Contra Costa County, leaving a position he has held since April 2012.
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Eric Angstadt, city planning and development director, submitted his resignation Friday to move on to Contra Costa County, leaving a position he has held since April 2012.
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Tender Greens, a casual health-food restaurant chain known for its robust salads, is set to open its fourth Bay Area location on University Avenue this fall.
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Tender Greens, a casual health-food restaurant chain known for its robust salads, is set to open its fourth Bay Area location on University Avenue this fall.
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In light of a recent string of sexual assaults, Berkeley Police Department released a video of a potential suspect Thursday.
In light of a recent string of sexual assaults, Berkeley Police Department released a video of a potential suspect Thursday.