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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Alicia Kim

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UC Berkeley senior Miles Aiello’s company, The One Eighty Brand, recently raised $2,000 for four $500 scholarships to be awarded to students at Oakland International High School on May 30.
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UC Berkeley senior Miles Aiello’s company, The One Eighty Brand, recently raised $2,000 for four $500 scholarships to be awarded to students at Oakland International High School on May 30.
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Recently released data about Berkeley High School’s racial demographic makeup in 2015 showed ethnic disparities in class enrollments and suspension rates.
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Recently released data about Berkeley High School’s racial demographic makeup in 2015 showed ethnic disparities in class enrollments and suspension rates.
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Equator Coffees & Teas will likely close its location in the MLK Student Union by this summer, coming after a series of closures starting June 2017.
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Equator Coffees & Teas will likely close its location in the MLK Student Union by this summer, coming after a series of closures starting June 2017.
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Berkeley City Council members were among many California city representatives who opposed SB 827. Prior to the committee decision, Berkeley City Council had resolved to formally oppose the bill April 24 — a resolution that was put forth by Mayor Jesse Arreguín and councilmembers Sophie Hahn, Kate Harrison and Linda Maio.
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Berkeley City Council members were among many California city representatives who opposed SB 827. Prior to the committee decision, Berkeley City Council had resolved to formally oppose the bill April 24 — a resolution that was put forth by Mayor Jesse Arreguín and councilmembers Sophie Hahn, Kate Harrison and Linda Maio.
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California sen. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, and Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco, and Berkeley Rent Board vice chair Paola Laverde attended a panel Thursday night to discuss the recent housing policy, which could greatly affect housing in Berkeley and across California.
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California sen. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, and Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco, and Berkeley Rent Board vice chair Paola Laverde attended a panel Thursday night to discuss the recent housing policy, which could greatly affect housing in Berkeley and across California.
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This year, CalSERVE, Student Action and Defend Affirmative Action Party, or DAAP, are slating candidates on the ASUC voting ballots who will run alongside an increasing number of independent candidates.
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This year, CalSERVE, Student Action and Defend Affirmative Action Party, or DAAP, are slating candidates on the ASUC voting ballots who will run alongside an increasing number of independent candidates.
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An Antioch resident charged with raping and murdering a UCSF dental student in 2015 could have been detained earlier if the rape kit from a separate sexual assault case had been tested in a timely manner.
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An Antioch resident charged with raping and murdering a UCSF dental student in 2015 could have been detained earlier if the rape kit from a separate sexual assault case had been tested in a timely manner.
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It’s not just warming oceans and melting glaciers that are causing sea levels to rise and are threatening to flood coastal areas — a new study led by UC Berkeley researchers found that the subsidence, or sinking, of coastal land around the San Francisco Bay Area exacerbates the expected sea level rise and flooding risk to local populations.
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It’s not just warming oceans and melting glaciers that are causing sea levels to rise and are threatening to flood coastal areas — a new study led by UC Berkeley researchers found that the subsidence, or sinking, of coastal land around the San Francisco Bay Area exacerbates the expected sea level rise and flooding risk to local populations.
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The exterior changes at the café mark internal changes brewing within the family business.
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The exterior changes at the café mark internal changes brewing within the family business.
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After a measure to continue funding for Oakland’s Wildfire Prevention Assessment District through a parcel tax failed in 2003, the city’s General Fund has assumed fiscal responsibility for fire preventative measures as the last of the district’s funds are depleted.
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After a measure to continue funding for Oakland’s Wildfire Prevention Assessment District through a parcel tax failed in 2003, the city’s General Fund has assumed fiscal responsibility for fire preventative measures as the last of the district’s funds are depleted.
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