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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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

Brennan Havens

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At Tuesday’s City Council meeting the council approved a new parking fine schedule to create an “enhanced fine schedule” to be used during Cal football home games, according to Farid Javandel, the city transportation manager.
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At Tuesday’s City Council meeting the council approved a new parking fine schedule to create an “enhanced fine schedule” to be used during Cal football home games, according to Farid Javandel, the city transportation manager.
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UC Berkeley will begin offering courses to Dubai Electricity and Water Authority employees as part of a $40 million educational partnership beginning June 1, according to a College of Engineering press release.
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UC Berkeley will begin offering courses to Dubai Electricity and Water Authority employees as part of a $40 million educational partnership beginning June 1, according to a College of Engineering press release.
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Berkeley Rose Waldorf School has a 29 percent measles, mumps and rubella, or MMR, vaccination rate, according to the 2017-18 report on the Immunization Status of Kindergarten Students on the California Public Health website, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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Berkeley Rose Waldorf School has a 29 percent measles, mumps and rubella, or MMR, vaccination rate, according to the 2017-18 report on the Immunization Status of Kindergarten Students on the California Public Health website, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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California SB 188, which aims to protect traits such as hairstyle and texture from discrimination in the workplace and schools, passed the Senate floor April 22.
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California SB 188, which aims to protect traits such as hairstyle and texture from discrimination in the workplace and schools, passed the Senate floor April 22.
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The Middle Eastern restaurant Saha, located on Shattuck Avenue and Haste Street, will be closing its Berkeley location this Sunday, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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The Middle Eastern restaurant Saha, located on Shattuck Avenue and Haste Street, will be closing its Berkeley location this Sunday, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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UC Berkeley community members met in Sibley Auditorium on Tuesday afternoon in continuation of the April 15 Signature Initiatives town hall meeting, where the audience further directed questions and feedback to three of six remaining initiative teams — equality, health and democracy.
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UC Berkeley community members met in Sibley Auditorium on Tuesday afternoon in continuation of the April 15 Signature Initiatives town hall meeting, where the audience further directed questions and feedback to three of six remaining initiative teams — equality, health and democracy.
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Around a month after he was hit by a car riding his bicycle while crossing Ashby Avenue on Fulton Street, Julian Curran died on April 5 of a heart attack at age 75.
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Around a month after he was hit by a car riding his bicycle while crossing Ashby Avenue on Fulton Street, Julian Curran died on April 5 of a heart attack at age 75.
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UC Berkeley faculty, staff, students, alumni, retired staff and community members met Monday to discuss the ongoing housing proposal for the Oxford Tract with College of Natural Resources Dean David Ackerly, who led the meeting.
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UC Berkeley faculty, staff, students, alumni, retired staff and community members met Monday to discuss the ongoing housing proposal for the Oxford Tract with College of Natural Resources Dean David Ackerly, who led the meeting.
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Less than a year after starting her studies at UC Berkeley, Anh-Vy Phan has withdrawn from the school and now faces a $24,000 debt she cannot pay.
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Less than a year after starting her studies at UC Berkeley, Anh-Vy Phan has withdrawn from the school and now faces a $24,000 debt she cannot pay.
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About 350 teachers, students, superintendents, union leaders, workers, parents and school board presidents from Alameda County rallied and spoke with legislators in Sacramento on Wednesday, calling for more public education funding in California, according to the Alameda County Office of Education’s director of communications and public affairs Michelle Smith McDonald.
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About 350 teachers, students, superintendents, union leaders, workers, parents and school board presidents from Alameda County rallied and spoke with legislators in Sacramento on Wednesday, calling for more public education funding in California, according to the Alameda County Office of Education’s director of communications and public affairs Michelle Smith McDonald.
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