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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Carina Zhao

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At its regular meeting Sept. 12, Berkeley City Council tabled a city ordinance that aimed to legalize the display of female breasts in public and to equalize gender nudity laws.
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At its regular meeting Sept. 12, Berkeley City Council tabled a city ordinance that aimed to legalize the display of female breasts in public and to equalize gender nudity laws.
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A study led by campus psychology researchers used GIFs to identify 27 new states of human emotion connected on a gradient, opposing the long-established belief that there are a few basic emotional states.
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A study led by campus psychology researchers used GIFs to identify 27 new states of human emotion connected on a gradient, opposing the long-established belief that there are a few basic emotional states.
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UC Berkeley alumnus Assaf Pashut officially opened the doors to The Flying Falafel in Downtown Berkeley on Saturday.
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UC Berkeley alumnus Assaf Pashut officially opened the doors to The Flying Falafel in Downtown Berkeley on Saturday.
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Hurricane Harvey may not pose as immediate of a threat to the Bay Area as the San Andreas Fault, but for UC Berkeley students hailing from Texas, Harvey is inflicting a significant amount of damage on their hearts and homes.
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Hurricane Harvey may not pose as immediate of a threat to the Bay Area as the San Andreas Fault, but for UC Berkeley students hailing from Texas, Harvey is inflicting a significant amount of damage on their hearts and homes.
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A study led by campus researchers found that higher levels of education are linked to later ages of peak cognitive performance.
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A study led by campus researchers found that higher levels of education are linked to later ages of peak cognitive performance.
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UC Berkeley professor of philosophy emeritus Hubert Dreyfus, a scholar in phenomenology and critic of artificial intelligence, died April 22 from cancer. He was 87.
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UC Berkeley professor of philosophy emeritus Hubert Dreyfus, a scholar in phenomenology and critic of artificial intelligence, died April 22 from cancer. He was 87.
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Berkeley City Council will meet Tuesday evening to discuss the establishment of an office tasked with preventing the displacement of Berkeley residents, as well as a number of resolutions concerning Berkeley Police Department’s policies.
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Berkeley City Council will meet Tuesday evening to discuss the establishment of an office tasked with preventing the displacement of Berkeley residents, as well as a number of resolutions concerning Berkeley Police Department’s policies.
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The launch of UCPath, a new system proposed by the University of California that will act as a centralized payroll and human resource solution for UC employees, has been delayed for the second time in the past year and is expected to cost three times more than initially expected, as first reported by the Sacramento Bee.
The launch of UCPath, a new system proposed by the University of California that will act as a centralized payroll and human resource solution for UC employees, has been delayed for the second time in the past year and is expected to cost three times more than initially expected, as first reported by the Sacramento Bee.
A UC Berkeley alumna created a petition April 11 that calls for the campus to fire John Searle, tenured UC Berkeley professor emeritus of philosophy, in response to recent sexual assault allegations made by Joanna Ong, Searle's former research assistant, against him.
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A UC Berkeley alumna created a petition April 11 that calls for the campus to fire John Searle, tenured UC Berkeley professor emeritus of philosophy, in response to recent sexual assault allegations made by Joanna Ong, Searle's former research assistant, against him.
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Berkeley College Republicans has announced on Twitter that it is canceling its campus event with controversial conservative author David Horowitz because of difficulties with the campus.
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Berkeley College Republicans has announced on Twitter that it is canceling its campus event with controversial conservative author David Horowitz because of difficulties with the campus.
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