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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 31, 2023

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

Anna Dell'Amico

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Over the past year, Berkeley High School staff have been meeting with parents and students to review ideas for redesigns to classrooms and teaching styles that aim to end academic achievement disparities between racial and socioeconomic groups.
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Over the past year, Berkeley High School staff have been meeting with parents and students to review ideas for redesigns to classrooms and teaching styles that aim to end academic achievement disparities between racial and socioeconomic groups.
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Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign made its way to an Oakland elementary school gymnasium Friday, where Clinton spoke at a rally about topics ranging from the gender pay gap to college tuition.
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Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign made its way to an Oakland elementary school gymnasium Friday, where Clinton spoke at a rally about topics ranging from the gender pay gap to college tuition.
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UC Berkeley students and alumni took a stand against UC investment in fossil fuels by staging an all day sit-in Wednesday at the UC Office of Investments in Oakland.
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UC Berkeley students and alumni took a stand against UC investment in fossil fuels by staging an all day sit-in Wednesday at the UC Office of Investments in Oakland.
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Jess Bravin is UC Berkeley School of Law alumnus, a former student regent and an award-winning writer and journalist. He authored “The Terror Courts: Rough Justice at Guantanamo Bay,” which explores the American military commissions that were resurrected to prosecute suspects of terrorism.
Jess Bravin is UC Berkeley School of Law alumnus, a former student regent and an award-winning writer and journalist. He authored “The Terror Courts: Rough Justice at Guantanamo Bay,” which explores the American military commissions that were resurrected to prosecute suspects of terrorism.
After a brief two-month hiatus that left many campus and community members confused, a local business reopened its doors as Berkeley Coffee Company on Saturday in Shattuck Square for a soft opening, across the street from its prior location.
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After a brief two-month hiatus that left many campus and community members confused, a local business reopened its doors as Berkeley Coffee Company on Saturday in Shattuck Square for a soft opening, across the street from its prior location.
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At least five hate-speech posters — with at least two naming six current and former UC Berkeley students for their involvement in either the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement or Students for Justice in Palestine — were found plastered at various sites around campus Monday.
At least five hate-speech posters — with at least two naming six current and former UC Berkeley students for their involvement in either the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement or Students for Justice in Palestine — were found plastered at various sites around campus Monday.
Homeless youth in San Francisco experience a mortality rate more than 10 times greater than the state’s general youth population, according to a report published Thursday by researchers from UC Berkeley, UCSF and the San Francisco Department of Public Health.
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Homeless youth in San Francisco experience a mortality rate more than 10 times greater than the state’s general youth population, according to a report published Thursday by researchers from UC Berkeley, UCSF and the San Francisco Department of Public Health.
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Remembered as a humble and effective leader who spent the later years of his life developing sustainable manufacturing processes, UC Berkeley mechanical engineering professor David Dornfeld died last month. He was 66 years old.
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Remembered as a humble and effective leader who spent the later years of his life developing sustainable manufacturing processes, UC Berkeley mechanical engineering professor David Dornfeld died last month. He was 66 years old.
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Students, community members and sexual violence resource groups gathered on Sproul Plaza on Wednesday evening for the annual Take Back the Night, or TBTN, event to promote sexual violence awareness and empower survivors.
Students, community members and sexual violence resource groups gathered on Sproul Plaza on Wednesday evening for the annual Take Back the Night, or TBTN, event to promote sexual violence awareness and empower survivors.
The Clinton Global Initiative University meeting, which began Friday, continued into the weekend with several panel sessions where experts from myriad fields discussed their approaches to diverse obstacles, from tackling the Ebola crisis in West Africa to sizing up gentrification in the Bay Area.
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The Clinton Global Initiative University meeting, which began Friday, continued into the weekend with several panel sessions where experts from myriad fields discussed their approaches to diverse obstacles, from tackling the Ebola crisis in West Africa to sizing up gentrification in the Bay Area.
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