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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 28, 2022

Take a look at our 2022 midterm elections special issue!

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After already losing so many to the pandemic, we cannot afford to sit back and watch more landmark local businesses disappear from our city.
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After already losing so many to the pandemic, we cannot afford to sit back and watch more landmark local businesses disappear from our city.
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In a set of Wednesday meetings that began with a full public commentary session, the UC regents reviewed incoming budget updates, heard comments on development projects and assessed academic equity.
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In a set of Wednesday meetings that began with a full public commentary session, the UC regents reviewed incoming budget updates, heard comments on development projects and assessed academic equity.
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The UC Board of Regents heard public comment, discussed diversity initiatives and approved capital projects and their budget for 2022-2023 at their meeting Wednesday. 
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The UC Board of Regents heard public comment, discussed diversity initiatives and approved capital projects and their budget for 2022-2023 at their meeting Wednesday. 
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With 2019 in the books, our football beat writers reflect on the long season and provide a glimpse into what’s to come in 2020.
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With 2019 in the books, our football beat writers reflect on the long season and provide a glimpse into what’s to come in 2020.
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Often incorrectly referred to as vaginas, vulvas are rarely portrayed positively in media. The Daily Californian's illustrators offer their interpretations.
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Often incorrectly referred to as vaginas, vulvas are rarely portrayed positively in media. The Daily Californian's illustrators offer their interpretations.
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If the word search, crossword or sudoku puzzles gave you trouble, you don't have to wait in the dark. The answer key is available for you.
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If the word search, crossword or sudoku puzzles gave you trouble, you don't have to wait in the dark. The answer key is available for you.
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Take a quick look at some important numbers for your summer session questions.
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Take a quick look at some important numbers for your summer session questions.
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Berkeley voters are heading to the polls Tuesday to choose a mayor for the first time in 14 years, four City Council members, a U.S. senator and a new president. Voters are also deciding on 17 state propositions and 12 local measures.
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Berkeley voters are heading to the polls Tuesday to choose a mayor for the first time in 14 years, four City Council members, a U.S. senator and a new president. Voters are also deciding on 17 state propositions and 12 local measures.
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Although the UC Berkeley divestment movement from South Africa took hold in the 1980s, student interest in the issues and problems associated with the apartheid government were present years earlier, as evident from this article from September 1, 1978.
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Although the UC Berkeley divestment movement from South Africa took hold in the 1980s, student interest in the issues and problems associated with the apartheid government were present years earlier, as evident from this article from September 1, 1978.
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