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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 29, 2023

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The California branches of the American Civil Liberties Union, or ACLU, issued a statement Wednesday condemning the actions of white supremacists in light of the recent white supremacy protests in Charlottesville, Virginia.
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The California branches of the American Civil Liberties Union, or ACLU, issued a statement Wednesday condemning the actions of white supremacists in light of the recent white supremacy protests in Charlottesville, Virginia.
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SB 331, which was authored by California State Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson, will take effect Jan. 1, 2018. The bill will give survivors evidentiary privilege, which means that any discourse between a domestic violence survivor and a counselor will remain confidential. Before SB 331, according to Jackson, this privilege only existed for survivors of sexual assault.
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SB 331, which was authored by California State Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson, will take effect Jan. 1, 2018. The bill will give survivors evidentiary privilege, which means that any discourse between a domestic violence survivor and a counselor will remain confidential. Before SB 331, according to Jackson, this privilege only existed for survivors of sexual assault.
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Eko Devices, a startup founded by three campus alumni, will launch Duo — a digital stethoscope and electrocardiogram that can record a patient’s heart sounds and rhythms in the comfort of their own homes — this fall.
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Eko Devices, a startup founded by three campus alumni, will launch Duo — a digital stethoscope and electrocardiogram that can record a patient’s heart sounds and rhythms in the comfort of their own homes — this fall.
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Boba is love, boba is life. We know what’s up. Fear not, incoming freshmen, for the boba gods — aka two of our writers — have blessed you with this guide to the best boba in Berkeley.
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Boba is love, boba is life. We know what’s up. Fear not, incoming freshmen, for the boba gods — aka two of our writers — have blessed you with this guide to the best boba in Berkeley.
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BUSD teacher Yvette Felarca was formally arraigned Thursday on one count of assault, one count of participating in an illegal riot and one count of causing a riot, according to the Sacramento District Attorney’s office.
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BUSD teacher Yvette Felarca was formally arraigned Thursday on one count of assault, one count of participating in an illegal riot and one count of causing a riot, according to the Sacramento District Attorney’s office.
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A new public-use, disabled-accessible, portable bathroom was installed in a city parking lot near Alcatraz Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Way on Friday after the city received pressure from a nearby homeless encampment organized by the advocacy group First They Came for the Homeless, along with local neighborhood residents and merchants.
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A new public-use, disabled-accessible, portable bathroom was installed in a city parking lot near Alcatraz Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Way on Friday after the city received pressure from a nearby homeless encampment organized by the advocacy group First They Came for the Homeless, along with local neighborhood residents and merchants.
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The Grizzly Fire, which started Wednesday afternoon at the intersection of Grizzly Peak Boulevard and Fish Ranch Road in the Berkeley Hills, is no longer actively burning, according to Oakland Fire Department Battalion Chief Melinda Drayton.
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The Grizzly Fire, which started Wednesday afternoon at the intersection of Grizzly Peak Boulevard and Fish Ranch Road in the Berkeley Hills, is no longer actively burning, according to Oakland Fire Department Battalion Chief Melinda Drayton.
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Neurologist and campus professor emerita Marian Diamond — who examined portions of Albert Einstein's brain and discovered the brain’s ability to develop well into adulthood — died July 25. She was 90.
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Neurologist and campus professor emerita Marian Diamond — who examined portions of Albert Einstein's brain and discovered the brain’s ability to develop well into adulthood — died July 25. She was 90.
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Replate uses a mobile application to send drivers to corporate offices and tech companies to pick up leftover gourmet food and delivers the food to shelters, kitchens, nonprofits and the homeless community.
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Replate uses a mobile application to send drivers to corporate offices and tech companies to pick up leftover gourmet food and delivers the food to shelters, kitchens, nonprofits and the homeless community.
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