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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Alexander Barreira

University News Editor

Alexander was university news editor for fall 2016. He was previously assistant news editor and covered the campus and schools & communities beats.

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In the story of Adam and Eve, the Tree of Knowledge bore the forbidden fruit: an object of pure indulgence and vice possessing both good and evil that ultimately proved irresistible to the doomed couple.
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In the story of Adam and Eve, the Tree of Knowledge bore the forbidden fruit: an object of pure indulgence and vice possessing both good and evil that ultimately proved irresistible to the doomed couple.
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In Berkeley — a city that voted overwhelmingly against President Donal Trump — Trump has left a community reeling in a state of outrage and uncertainty.
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In Berkeley — a city that voted overwhelmingly against President Donal Trump — Trump has left a community reeling in a state of outrage and uncertainty.
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The executive order, “Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States,” added thousands of agents to Immigration and Customs Enforcement and would strip federal grant money from sanctuary cities that refuse to enforce federal ICE policy — a promise Trump frequently made throughout his presidential campaign.
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The executive order, “Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States,” added thousands of agents to Immigration and Customs Enforcement and would strip federal grant money from sanctuary cities that refuse to enforce federal ICE policy — a promise Trump frequently made throughout his presidential campaign.
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Just because your liquor bottles are collecting dust on the shelf doesn’t mean you must abandon the spirit of collegiate life.
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Just because your liquor bottles are collecting dust on the shelf doesn’t mean you must abandon the spirit of collegiate life.
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The unsolicited statements were made in May at a studio for PodcastOne, a popular online podcast platform, by the radio mogul according to the anonymous source of the audio.
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The unsolicited statements were made in May at a studio for PodcastOne, a popular online podcast platform, by the radio mogul according to the anonymous source of the audio.
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On Friday evening, the ASUC office of the Chief Financial Officer released some internal financial information about ASUC leadership spending on a new website in an effort towards greater transparency.
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On Friday evening, the ASUC office of the Chief Financial Officer released some internal financial information about ASUC leadership spending on a new website in an effort towards greater transparency.
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People with blue library cards — available for purchase by California residents — are no longer permitted to enter Moffitt Library through either 3rd or 4th floor entrances.
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People with blue library cards — available for purchase by California residents — are no longer permitted to enter Moffitt Library through either 3rd or 4th floor entrances.
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Students of Nezar AlSayyad, a UC Berkeley architecture professor found to have violated UC sexual misconduct policy, will now have the option to complete the remainder of one of his courses under a new instructor, according to an email announcement Wednesday to students of the course.
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Students of Nezar AlSayyad, a UC Berkeley architecture professor found to have violated UC sexual misconduct policy, will now have the option to complete the remainder of one of his courses under a new instructor, according to an email announcement Wednesday to students of the course.
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When Cal football took its first snap earlier this month of what would ultimately be a lopsided loss to Washington, it was already down one player: the giant inflatable Oski that hovers over home games.
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When Cal football took its first snap earlier this month of what would ultimately be a lopsided loss to Washington, it was already down one player: the giant inflatable Oski that hovers over home games.
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