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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 04, 2022

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Amid the April 21 lockdown following a UC Berkeley student’s alleged threats of violence against campus staff, professors responded in varying ways.
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Amid the April 21 lockdown following a UC Berkeley student’s alleged threats of violence against campus staff, professors responded in varying ways.
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Brown’s California Café, or brown’s, at the UC Berkeley Genetics and Plant Biology Building and Goldie’s at the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union recently became open for students to enjoy.
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Brown’s California Café, or brown’s, at the UC Berkeley Genetics and Plant Biology Building and Goldie’s at the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union recently became open for students to enjoy.
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Switching from avidly watching Fox News to watching CNN shifts the audience's political opinions, at least in the short term, according to a study co-authored at UC Berkeley. 
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Switching from avidly watching Fox News to watching CNN shifts the audience's political opinions, at least in the short term, according to a study co-authored at UC Berkeley. 
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Bailey Henderson, a junior political science and global studies double major at UC Berkeley, is running for ASUC external affairs vice president, or EAVP.
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Bailey Henderson, a junior political science and global studies double major at UC Berkeley, is running for ASUC external affairs vice president, or EAVP.
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UC Berkeley junior transfer Aileen Sanchez is running for the ASUC transfer representative position with the Elevate Cal coalition. 
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UC Berkeley junior transfer Aileen Sanchez is running for the ASUC transfer representative position with the Elevate Cal coalition. 
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Gov. Gavin Newsom’s signing of SB 118, overriding court’s decision to cap UC Berkeley’s enrollmen, has amassed mixed reactions from the community.
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Gov. Gavin Newsom’s signing of SB 118, overriding court’s decision to cap UC Berkeley’s enrollmen, has amassed mixed reactions from the community.
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Campus lifted the indoor mask mandate Monday, leaving students and faculty with mixed reactions and plans moving forward.
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Campus lifted the indoor mask mandate Monday, leaving students and faculty with mixed reactions and plans moving forward.
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Students and staff will no longer be required to wear masks outdoors after BUSD announced it will end the outdoor mandate effective Feb. 28.
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Students and staff will no longer be required to wear masks outdoors after BUSD announced it will end the outdoor mandate effective Feb. 28.
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