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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 05, 2023

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

Daphne Chen

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UC Berkeley student Jose Felix Mayen died in a car accident on the San Mateo Bridge about two weeks ago. He was 23.
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UC Berkeley student Jose Felix Mayen died in a car accident on the San Mateo Bridge about two weeks ago. He was 23.
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Last week, UC Berkeley student Jose Felix Mayen died in a car accident on the San Mateo Bridge.
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Last week, UC Berkeley student Jose Felix Mayen died in a car accident on the San Mateo Bridge.
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In a dramatic vote that was emotional for all sides, the ASUC Senate voted 11-9 to divest from companies affiliated with Israel’s military early Thursday morning.
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In a dramatic vote that was emotional for all sides, the ASUC Senate voted 11-9 to divest from companies affiliated with Israel’s military early Thursday morning.
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The Compassionate Sidewalks Plan, introduced by Councilmember Jesse Arreguin, will proceed with the creation of a group of community members to address the ongoing issues of homelessness.
The Compassionate Sidewalks Plan, introduced by Councilmember Jesse Arreguin, will proceed with the creation of a group of community members to address the ongoing issues of homelessness.
The annual fee for residential parking permits will increase by approximately 30 percent this year to cover a deficit in the Residential Preferential Parking program.
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The annual fee for residential parking permits will increase by approximately 30 percent this year to cover a deficit in the Residential Preferential Parking program.
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By next month, commercial businesses on Telegraph Avenue north of Dwight Way will have the option of staying open for 24 hours.
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By next month, commercial businesses on Telegraph Avenue north of Dwight Way will have the option of staying open for 24 hours.
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What seemed to be a simple trip to Mexico over winter break took an inauspicious turn when nine-year-old Berkeley student Rodrigo Guzman realized he could not come back home.
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What seemed to be a simple trip to Mexico over winter break took an inauspicious turn when nine-year-old Berkeley student Rodrigo Guzman realized he could not come back home.
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Britt Alamo has spent the last six years teaching eighth grade at Berkeley’s Longfellow Middle School, but without an increase in pay in the last four years, she finds herself in a difficult situation.
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Britt Alamo has spent the last six years teaching eighth grade at Berkeley’s Longfellow Middle School, but without an increase in pay in the last four years, she finds herself in a difficult situation.
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Berkeley’s unemployment numbers yet again beat out Alameda County and the state, a distinction made possible by high numbers of college graduates in the city, according to a recent city report.
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Berkeley’s unemployment numbers yet again beat out Alameda County and the state, a distinction made possible by high numbers of college graduates in the city, according to a recent city report.
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Suzan Steinberg, owner of Stonemountain and Daughter Fabrics, had lived in an apartment in Berkeley for 17 years before she moved to Oakland.
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Suzan Steinberg, owner of Stonemountain and Daughter Fabrics, had lived in an apartment in Berkeley for 17 years before she moved to Oakland.
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