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BERKELEY'S NEWS • MARCH 26, 2023

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Chancellor Carol Christ has said she is nearing the end of her career and intends to stay for only five years, or one term, as UC Berkeley’s chancellor.
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Chancellor Carol Christ has said she is nearing the end of her career and intends to stay for only five years, or one term, as UC Berkeley’s chancellor.
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Since 2015, the city of Berkeley has been developing a plan for the Adeline Corridor, a street that runs through the historically Black neighborhood of South Berkeley.
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Since 2015, the city of Berkeley has been developing a plan for the Adeline Corridor, a street that runs through the historically Black neighborhood of South Berkeley.
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Former Alameda County sheriff Charles Plummer, remembered for his generosity to the community and leadership in law enforcement, died March 4 at 87.
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Former Alameda County sheriff Charles Plummer, remembered for his generosity to the community and leadership in law enforcement, died March 4 at 87.
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Improved affordability may be paramount to making universal health care a reality in California, according to a report released by the UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education.
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Improved affordability may be paramount to making universal health care a reality in California, according to a report released by the UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education.
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Students go to great lengths to be able to study at UC Berkeley. Ultimately, housing should not be what is keeping devoted students from higher education.
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Students go to great lengths to be able to study at UC Berkeley. Ultimately, housing should not be what is keeping devoted students from higher education.
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With struggles to escape the cold, the plight of homeless people is amplified in the winter. Berkeley’s homeless population nears 1,000 people.
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With struggles to escape the cold, the plight of homeless people is amplified in the winter. Berkeley’s homeless population nears 1,000 people.
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In the Wood, a cozy gastropub located in Elmwood, opened Feb. 17, featuring a comprehensive menu including dishes such as wood-fired pizza and local beers and wines.
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In the Wood, a cozy gastropub located in Elmwood, opened Feb. 17, featuring a comprehensive menu including dishes such as wood-fired pizza and local beers and wines.
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Martin Brent Halpern, a UC Berkeley professor emeritus of physics known across the world for his contributions to theoretical physics and beloved by Berkeley faculty for his high spirits, died Jan. 21 at age 78.
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Martin Brent Halpern, a UC Berkeley professor emeritus of physics known across the world for his contributions to theoretical physics and beloved by Berkeley faculty for his high spirits, died Jan. 21 at age 78.
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California State Sens. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, and Jim Beall, D-San Jose, proposed a new bill that would allocate $2 billion in one-time funding to tackle the state’s housing crisis.
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California State Sens. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, and Jim Beall, D-San Jose, proposed a new bill that would allocate $2 billion in one-time funding to tackle the state’s housing crisis.
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