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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!

Alexa VanHooser

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In a Jan. 18 email issued by the Berkeley Unified School District families impacted by the nationwide government shutdown were reminded of their eligibility to apply for free or reduced-price school breakfast and lunch.
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In a Jan. 18 email issued by the Berkeley Unified School District families impacted by the nationwide government shutdown were reminded of their eligibility to apply for free or reduced-price school breakfast and lunch.
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Oceans are heating at a rate up to 40 percent faster than what was estimated a few years ago by the 2014 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, or IPCC, report, according to a new study published in the journal Science.
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Oceans are heating at a rate up to 40 percent faster than what was estimated a few years ago by the 2014 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, or IPCC, report, according to a new study published in the journal Science.
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The city of Berkeley allocated $23 million toward paving its streets, according to its Adopted Capital Improvement Plan for the 2018-19 fiscal year, but according to Mayor Jesse Arreguín, rough areas of local roads have not been paved in 2018.
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The city of Berkeley allocated $23 million toward paving its streets, according to its Adopted Capital Improvement Plan for the 2018-19 fiscal year, but according to Mayor Jesse Arreguín, rough areas of local roads have not been paved in 2018.
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All I want for Christmas is to stop being asked what I am. As someone of multiracial heritage, navigating the concept of “otherness” prevents me from fully immersing myself in the festivities and experiences of my cultures.
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All I want for Christmas is to stop being asked what I am. As someone of multiracial heritage, navigating the concept of “otherness” prevents me from fully immersing myself in the festivities and experiences of my cultures.
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The event facilitated discussions relevant to the refugee community in the Bay Area, including supporting refugee resettlement and raising awareness about people and organizations aiding refugees in other countries.
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The event facilitated discussions relevant to the refugee community in the Bay Area, including supporting refugee resettlement and raising awareness about people and organizations aiding refugees in other countries.
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The Association for Computing Machinery’s, or ACM's, Gordon Bell Prize split the award to honor one team for its groundbreaking research on opioid addiction and another for breakthrough discoveries in climate change. The latter included scientists from Berkeley Lab.
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The Association for Computing Machinery’s, or ACM's, Gordon Bell Prize split the award to honor one team for its groundbreaking research on opioid addiction and another for breakthrough discoveries in climate change. The latter included scientists from Berkeley Lab.
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There were no instances of police misconduct in the Berkeley Police Department in 2017, according to the Police Review Commission, or PRC, annual report.
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There were no instances of police misconduct in the Berkeley Police Department in 2017, according to the Police Review Commission, or PRC, annual report.
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The Berkeley Police Department was awarded a $250,000 grant intended to support the city of Berkeley in its efforts to increase traffic safety by providing funding for enforcement and educational programs.
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The Berkeley Police Department was awarded a $250,000 grant intended to support the city of Berkeley in its efforts to increase traffic safety by providing funding for enforcement and educational programs.
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Past and present members of the Asian American Political Alliance, or AAPA, met Saturday to commemorate the recognition of their former meeting space at 2005 Hearst Ave. with a plaque.
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Past and present members of the Asian American Political Alliance, or AAPA, met Saturday to commemorate the recognition of their former meeting space at 2005 Hearst Ave. with a plaque.
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The ASUC released a letter Oct. 31 on behalf of UC Berkeley students in an effort to take a stance against pending Title IX legislation.
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The ASUC released a letter Oct. 31 on behalf of UC Berkeley students in an effort to take a stance against pending Title IX legislation.
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