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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Alexandra Casey

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Four editor in chief, or EIC, candidates for UC Davis’ student newspaper have refused to interview for the position, citing violations in bylaws and a greater necessity for election reform.
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Four editor in chief, or EIC, candidates for UC Davis’ student newspaper have refused to interview for the position, citing violations in bylaws and a greater necessity for election reform.
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In early March, UC Berkeley coders, engineers and entrepreneurs joined together to launch mobile platforms that aim to provide reliable information about the spread of COVID-19.
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In early March, UC Berkeley coders, engineers and entrepreneurs joined together to launch mobile platforms that aim to provide reliable information about the spread of COVID-19.
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The UC Office of the President enacted a series of temporary emergency options that include 14 paid administrative days for employees who are quarantined or have to care for a family member diagnosed with COVID-19.
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The UC Office of the President enacted a series of temporary emergency options that include 14 paid administrative days for employees who are quarantined or have to care for a family member diagnosed with COVID-19.
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The docking of the Grand Princess cruise ship Monday has sparked a conversation about those affected by COVID-19, the new coronavirus, and those in charge of California’s preventative measures.
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The docking of the Grand Princess cruise ship Monday has sparked a conversation about those affected by COVID-19, the new coronavirus, and those in charge of California’s preventative measures.
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UC Berkeley’s oldest active student government party — which suffered significant senate and executive defeats last election cycle — has allegedly encountered another major loss.
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UC Berkeley’s oldest active student government party — which suffered significant senate and executive defeats last election cycle — has allegedly encountered another major loss.
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Twenty-one Nobel laureates submitted an open letter to President Trump on Monday urging him to approve a rumored plan to make federally funded research free and immediately accessible after publication.
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Twenty-one Nobel laureates submitted an open letter to President Trump on Monday urging him to approve a rumored plan to make federally funded research free and immediately accessible after publication.
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PG&E has announced that it no longer anticipates a scheduled Public Safety Power Shutoff, according to an Alameda County Nixle Alert at 1:08 p.m. Tuesday.
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PG&E has announced that it no longer anticipates a scheduled Public Safety Power Shutoff, according to an Alameda County Nixle Alert at 1:08 p.m. Tuesday.
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The first arriving fire engine reported heavy smoke and fire coming from the back side of the building and fire was showing from the roof in the attic area.
The first arriving fire engine reported heavy smoke and fire coming from the back side of the building and fire was showing from the roof in the attic area.
Two suspects — one armed with a baseball bat — allegedly conducted a robbery at 2650 Durant Avenue, according to a UCPD email.
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Two suspects — one armed with a baseball bat — allegedly conducted a robbery at 2650 Durant Avenue, according to a UCPD email.
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A strong arm robbery occurred Monday about 7:15 p.m. on the West Crescent of UC Berkeley's campus, according to a UCPD Nixle alert.
A strong arm robbery occurred Monday about 7:15 p.m. on the West Crescent of UC Berkeley's campus, according to a UCPD Nixle alert.