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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

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The UC Board of Regents approved an increase to undergraduate nonresident supplemental tuition during its last day of meetings at the UCSF Robertson Auditorium.
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The UC Board of Regents approved an increase to undergraduate nonresident supplemental tuition during its last day of meetings at the UCSF Robertson Auditorium.
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Berkeley Housing Opportunities for Municipal Employees, or BeHOME, was formed to advocate for and develop a plan to expedite the development of workforce housing.
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Berkeley Housing Opportunities for Municipal Employees, or BeHOME, was formed to advocate for and develop a plan to expedite the development of workforce housing.
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Reading a literary magazine inside The Musical Offering Café, Dale Jensen, with his shoulder-length white hair and beard, fits the image of a longtime Berkeley resident in almost every respect.
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Reading a literary magazine inside The Musical Offering Café, Dale Jensen, with his shoulder-length white hair and beard, fits the image of a longtime Berkeley resident in almost every respect.
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Free pads and tampons can now be found in Moffitt Library, after the Coalition for the Institutionalization of Free Menstrual Products, or CIFMP, worked with the library to secure menstrual products in its fourth- and fifth-floor bathrooms.
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Free pads and tampons can now be found in Moffitt Library, after the Coalition for the Institutionalization of Free Menstrual Products, or CIFMP, worked with the library to secure menstrual products in its fourth- and fifth-floor bathrooms.
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On Oct. 19 2018, a judge ruled that Felarca, who could not be reached for comment as of press time, could not stop BUSD from releasing documents that included her name or references to Antifa and By All Means Necessary, or BAMN, to Judicial Watch.
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On Oct. 19 2018, a judge ruled that Felarca, who could not be reached for comment as of press time, could not stop BUSD from releasing documents that included her name or references to Antifa and By All Means Necessary, or BAMN, to Judicial Watch.
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When Amma Sarkodee-Adoo moved from a small town in Arizona to Berkeley, she decided to find out what activism looked like in this community. With very few people from her high school around her, she realized she wanted to support people who are unfamiliar with the community when they arrive and those who struggle at UC Berkeley.
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When Amma Sarkodee-Adoo moved from a small town in Arizona to Berkeley, she decided to find out what activism looked like in this community. With very few people from her high school around her, she realized she wanted to support people who are unfamiliar with the community when they arrive and those who struggle at UC Berkeley.
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Amanda Moreno always knew she wanted to be a teacher, and four years ago, after working for some time in Contra Costa County, she took a job as an English teacher at Berkeley High School.
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Amanda Moreno always knew she wanted to be a teacher, and four years ago, after working for some time in Contra Costa County, she took a job as an English teacher at Berkeley High School.
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During the Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, board meeting where the board was scheduled to finalize $2 million budget cuts for the 2019-20 school year, hundreds of teachers, classified staff and community members filled the room to support raising staff wages.
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During the Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, board meeting where the board was scheduled to finalize $2 million budget cuts for the 2019-20 school year, hundreds of teachers, classified staff and community members filled the room to support raising staff wages.
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As part of an ongoing effort to find a new superintendent for the Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, community members convened Thursday evening to provide input regarding the district’s survey, which aims to collect feedback on the district’s performance and desired qualities for a new superintendent.
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As part of an ongoing effort to find a new superintendent for the Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, community members convened Thursday evening to provide input regarding the district’s survey, which aims to collect feedback on the district’s performance and desired qualities for a new superintendent.
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A UC Berkeley student is taking legal action against the UC Board of Regents in order to reverse a “groundless” suspension she received from the campus after she was found more likely than not to have violated Title IX policy.
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A UC Berkeley student is taking legal action against the UC Board of Regents in order to reverse a “groundless” suspension she received from the campus after she was found more likely than not to have violated Title IX policy.
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