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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., discussed threats to American democracy and the role of women’s leadership at former senator Barbara Boxer’s annual campus lecture Monday. 
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., discussed threats to American democracy and the role of women’s leadership at former senator Barbara Boxer’s annual campus lecture Monday. 
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Campus freshman Thin Rati Oo is running independently for ASUC Senate on platforms centered on international student issues, pre-law resources and campus life.
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Campus freshman Thin Rati Oo is running independently for ASUC Senate on platforms centered on international student issues, pre-law resources and campus life.
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Teamsters Local 2010 — a labor union that represents more than 14,000 UC and CSU workers — organized a statewide Week of Action calling for “more adequate” CX worker pay and an end to the pay disparity between those workers and management within the two institutions.
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Teamsters Local 2010 — a labor union that represents more than 14,000 UC and CSU workers — organized a statewide Week of Action calling for “more adequate” CX worker pay and an end to the pay disparity between those workers and management within the two institutions.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Thursday a long-term strategy for COVID-19 centered around monitoring new variants and stockpiling resources while expecting disease transmission to continue. 
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Thursday a long-term strategy for COVID-19 centered around monitoring new variants and stockpiling resources while expecting disease transmission to continue. 
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With the prevailing health risks of the pandemic, the safety and cleanliness of the unhoused community nestled within People’s Park have remained a critical concern for various entities aiming to support it.
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With the prevailing health risks of the pandemic, the safety and cleanliness of the unhoused community nestled within People’s Park have remained a critical concern for various entities aiming to support it.
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The Berkeley Forum announced its Fall 2021 lineup of 12 events featuring panels and speakers from a variety of different fields and disciplines.
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The Berkeley Forum announced its Fall 2021 lineup of 12 events featuring panels and speakers from a variety of different fields and disciplines.
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The Berkeley Fire Department and Berkeley Police Department responded to a fire that broke out on the roof of 2216 Blake Street Wednesday morning.
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The Berkeley Fire Department and Berkeley Police Department responded to a fire that broke out on the roof of 2216 Blake Street Wednesday morning.
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A fire erupted at a wooden building on the 2500 block of Haste Street for less than an hour Thursday morning, according to UCPD Administrative Sgt. Jacob Westlie. 
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A fire erupted at a wooden building on the 2500 block of Haste Street for less than an hour Thursday morning, according to UCPD Administrative Sgt. Jacob Westlie. 
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Berkeley Police Department officers arrested a man on suspicion of a hate crime after he yelled antisemitic statements at a Berkeley synagogue Aug. 7.
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Berkeley Police Department officers arrested a man on suspicion of a hate crime after he yelled antisemitic statements at a Berkeley synagogue Aug. 7.
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Pride flags embellished Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, campuses throughout the month of June following the passage of BUSD’s Resolution 21-041 at a board meeting June 2.
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Pride flags embellished Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, campuses throughout the month of June following the passage of BUSD’s Resolution 21-041 at a board meeting June 2.
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