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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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48,000 academic workers in the United Auto Workers union – which includes postdoctoral scholars, academic researchers, academic student employees and graduate student researchers – across the university went on strike on Monday.
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48,000 academic workers in the United Auto Workers union – which includes postdoctoral scholars, academic researchers, academic student employees and graduate student researchers – across the university went on strike on Monday.
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On Nov. 3, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced he will bring together local leaders in mid-November to review the state’s current approach to homelessness and identify new strategies to mitigate California’s growing unhoused population.
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On Nov. 3, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced he will bring together local leaders in mid-November to review the state’s current approach to homelessness and identify new strategies to mitigate California’s growing unhoused population.
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UC Berkeley professor Elizabeth Hoover, who often worked with students in the campus Indigenous Community Learning Garden, released a statement Oct. 20 on her personal website revealing that she has no Native American ancestry.
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UC Berkeley professor Elizabeth Hoover, who often worked with students in the campus Indigenous Community Learning Garden, released a statement Oct. 20 on her personal website revealing that she has no Native American ancestry.
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On May 2, 2017, the city of Berkeley approved the Berkeley Bicycle Plan 2017. The plan recommended a network of bike facilities that would connect Berkeley as a whole, making it possible for people to get around without unsafe intersections and high volumes of traffic.
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On May 2, 2017, the city of Berkeley approved the Berkeley Bicycle Plan 2017. The plan recommended a network of bike facilities that would connect Berkeley as a whole, making it possible for people to get around without unsafe intersections and high volumes of traffic.
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Northside is the most populated area of North Berkeley, yet some residents have expressed that its public transportation is inadequate.
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Northside is the most populated area of North Berkeley, yet some residents have expressed that its public transportation is inadequate.
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The Homeless Action Center, or HAC, celebrated the opening of its “Almost Home” safe haven house at an event Thursday.
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The Homeless Action Center, or HAC, celebrated the opening of its “Almost Home” safe haven house at an event Thursday.
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Last week, the Mosquito Fire burned through UC Berkeley’s Blodgett Forest Research Station, a “living laboratory” located in El Dorado County.
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Last week, the Mosquito Fire burned through UC Berkeley’s Blodgett Forest Research Station, a “living laboratory” located in El Dorado County.
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Since the city of Berkeley partnered with Steamworks in July to distribute vaccines for monkeypox, residents have expressed concerns over access to a second dose.
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Since the city of Berkeley partnered with Steamworks in July to distribute vaccines for monkeypox, residents have expressed concerns over access to a second dose.
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Berkeley, a city that is no stranger to community organizing, is home to a diverse array of unions representing everyone from tenants and student researchers to campus librarians and lecturers.
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Berkeley, a city that is no stranger to community organizing, is home to a diverse array of unions representing everyone from tenants and student researchers to campus librarians and lecturers.
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