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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Arielle Swedback

Senior Staff

Arielle Swedback began as a general assignment reporter in the fall of 2014. She subsequently became the lead community beat reporter—organizing coverage of Berkeley schools, businesses, and government. In 2016, she served as Assistant Opinion Editor in the spring and a Weekender Editor in the fall.

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With the school year starting next week, the Berkeley Unified School District Board of Education convened Wednesday to evaluate the beginnings of a locally driven funding plan implemented last year.
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With the school year starting next week, the Berkeley Unified School District Board of Education convened Wednesday to evaluate the beginnings of a locally driven funding plan implemented last year.
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A panel discussion featuring Chancellor Nicholas Dirks and Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Claude Steele was shut down on Tuesday after a group of audience members repeatedly interrupted the speakers.
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A panel discussion featuring Chancellor Nicholas Dirks and Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Claude Steele was shut down on Tuesday after a group of audience members repeatedly interrupted the speakers.
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A panel discussion featuring Chancellor Nicholas Dirks and Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Claude Steele was shut down on Tuesday after a group of audience members repeatedly interrupted the speakers.
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A panel discussion featuring Chancellor Nicholas Dirks and Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Claude Steele was shut down on Tuesday after a group of audience members repeatedly interrupted the speakers.
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Professor and activist Anita Hill addressed the need for transparency on the part of college campuses Wednesday night, amid student criticism of a UC Berkeley-hosted conference on sexual assault and violence.
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Professor and activist Anita Hill addressed the need for transparency on the part of college campuses Wednesday night, amid student criticism of a UC Berkeley-hosted conference on sexual assault and violence.
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A local restaurant is seeking a small business loan from the city of Berkeley after more than four decades of operation.
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A local restaurant is seeking a small business loan from the city of Berkeley after more than four decades of operation.
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Boasting hundreds of thousands of views per video, he is making a name for himself as one of only a handful of Asian male performers in the American sex industry.
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Boasting hundreds of thousands of views per video, he is making a name for himself as one of only a handful of Asian male performers in the American sex industry.
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Berkeley Unified School District parents and staff discussed the implementation of the common core curriculum at a school board meeting Wednesday night, focusing on the need for differentiation in teaching math.
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Berkeley Unified School District parents and staff discussed the implementation of the common core curriculum at a school board meeting Wednesday night, focusing on the need for differentiation in teaching math.
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The UC Berkeley community gathered at Clark Kerr Krutch Theater Friday to discuss issues of campus climate in response to critical results from a university-wide survey published last spring.
The UC Berkeley community gathered at Clark Kerr Krutch Theater Friday to discuss issues of campus climate in response to critical results from a university-wide survey published last spring.
A Berkeley bookstore is donating $100 worth of books to every kindergarten and first grade teacher in the school district.
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A Berkeley bookstore is donating $100 worth of books to every kindergarten and first grade teacher in the school district.
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