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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Ella Colbert

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There are two primary features of the database, according to Bansal — the first is that the database has the ability to sort housing based on certain criteria, such as number of beds, number of bathrooms or price.
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There are two primary features of the database, according to Bansal — the first is that the database has the ability to sort housing based on certain criteria, such as number of beds, number of bathrooms or price.
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At their meeting Wednesday, Berkeley Unified School District Board members discussed proposed expenditures, as well as a measure that would consolidate REALM Charter Schools into one school for sixth through 12th grades.
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At their meeting Wednesday, Berkeley Unified School District Board members discussed proposed expenditures, as well as a measure that would consolidate REALM Charter Schools into one school for sixth through 12th grades.
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American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees spokesperson John de los Angeles said women and people of color earn as much as 21 percent less than their white male counterparts, according to the study. He added that it takes six years for Black women to catch up to the starting wage of white males.
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American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees spokesperson John de los Angeles said women and people of color earn as much as 21 percent less than their white male counterparts, according to the study. He added that it takes six years for Black women to catch up to the starting wage of white males.
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Some of the buildings that have been called into question include Barrows Hall, LeConte Hall and Boalt Hall. Estacio said these buildings' namesakes are each tied to “different histories of racism, colonialism and exclusion.”
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Some of the buildings that have been called into question include Barrows Hall, LeConte Hall and Boalt Hall. Estacio said these buildings' namesakes are each tied to “different histories of racism, colonialism and exclusion.”
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Transgender activist and former teacher Dana Rivers is being charged with three counts of murder and will face an arraignment hearing March 21.
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Transgender activist and former teacher Dana Rivers is being charged with three counts of murder and will face an arraignment hearing March 21.
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The BART Board of Directors will meet Thursday morning to consider supporting Senate Bill 827, a measure that would allow for housing near BART stations.
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The BART Board of Directors will meet Thursday morning to consider supporting Senate Bill 827, a measure that would allow for housing near BART stations.
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BUSD discussed updates Wednesday for the “Universal 9th Grade” program that will be implemented into Berkeley High School for the 2018-19 school year.
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BUSD discussed updates Wednesday for the “Universal 9th Grade” program that will be implemented into Berkeley High School for the 2018-19 school year.
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Amid protest from staff, parents and students, the Berkeley Unified School District discussed how to reach its goal of $1.8 million in budget cuts Wednesday night.
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Amid protest from staff, parents and students, the Berkeley Unified School District discussed how to reach its goal of $1.8 million in budget cuts Wednesday night.
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The Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, convened Wednesday night to discuss a program aimed at aiding “underperforming” students in California.
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The Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, convened Wednesday night to discuss a program aimed at aiding “underperforming” students in California.
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Signs that read, “We support teachers of color in BUSD,” stood out in the crowd of teachers at the Wednesday evening Berkeley Unified School District board meeting.
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Signs that read, “We support teachers of color in BUSD,” stood out in the crowd of teachers at the Wednesday evening Berkeley Unified School District board meeting.
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