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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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University Avenue’s West Coast Pizza shut down earlier this year following a $150,000 labor lawsuit filed against the restaurant’s owners. 
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University Avenue’s West Coast Pizza shut down earlier this year following a $150,000 labor lawsuit filed against the restaurant’s owners. 
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Is belonging possible in a world rooted in othering? Tuesday, Othering and Belonging Institute, or OBI, director john powell and global senior fellow at the Democracy and Belonging Forum Báyò Akómoláfé set out to answer just that.
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Is belonging possible in a world rooted in othering? Tuesday, Othering and Belonging Institute, or OBI, director john powell and global senior fellow at the Democracy and Belonging Forum Báyò Akómoláfé set out to answer just that.
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Berkeley Law Students for Justice in Palestine announced Aug. 21 that nine student affinity groups agreed not to lend platforms to Zionists speakers.
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Berkeley Law Students for Justice in Palestine announced Aug. 21 that nine student affinity groups agreed not to lend platforms to Zionists speakers.
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Students and activists gathered on Friday at Sather Gate to protest for and against California’s Proposition 1, which, if voted for, will integrate the right to abortion and contraceptives into the state constitution. 
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Students and activists gathered on Friday at Sather Gate to protest for and against California’s Proposition 1, which, if voted for, will integrate the right to abortion and contraceptives into the state constitution. 
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Graduate apartments will begin construction this month in Albany, in a move predicted to triple graduate student housing capacity and house hundreds of graduate students starting fall 2024.
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Graduate apartments will begin construction this month in Albany, in a move predicted to triple graduate student housing capacity and house hundreds of graduate students starting fall 2024.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a new state water strategy aiming to adapt and protect water supplies, with the hopes to help replenish the water California will lose in the coming decades due to rising temperatures. 
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a new state water strategy aiming to adapt and protect water supplies, with the hopes to help replenish the water California will lose in the coming decades due to rising temperatures. 
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UC Berkeley and Stanford chemists created a low-cost and energy-efficient way to capture carbon dioxide from smokestacks, making headway toward the goal to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.
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UC Berkeley and Stanford chemists created a low-cost and energy-efficient way to capture carbon dioxide from smokestacks, making headway toward the goal to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.
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In a collaboration between UC Berkeley, Marin County and the College of Marin, the FIRE Foundry program was founded to increase diversity in fire service through training underrepresented community members in the Bay Area.
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In a collaboration between UC Berkeley, Marin County and the College of Marin, the FIRE Foundry program was founded to increase diversity in fire service through training underrepresented community members in the Bay Area.
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Theoretical chemist and cherished professor emeritus Robert Harris died Sunday at the age of 85, after nearly 59 years in the department.
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Theoretical chemist and cherished professor emeritus Robert Harris died Sunday at the age of 85, after nearly 59 years in the department.
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A policy brief by UC Berkeley professor Michael Reich found that the Living Wage Act, or LWA, would allow pay increases for millions of California workers.
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A policy brief by UC Berkeley professor Michael Reich found that the Living Wage Act, or LWA, would allow pay increases for millions of California workers.
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