BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 25, 2022

Emma Soldon

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After 16 months of construction, a Berkeley lodge that houses more than 150 low-income seniors will celebrate the finish of its remodeling next week.
After 16 months of construction, a Berkeley lodge that houses more than 150 low-income seniors will celebrate the finish of its remodeling next week.
Liberal and conservative voters exhibit different responses to gender stereotypes of female candidates, according to research conducted by a UC Berkeley political science doctoral student.
Liberal and conservative voters exhibit different responses to gender stereotypes of female candidates, according to research conducted by a UC Berkeley political science doctoral student.
Katherine Boo, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author, spoke at a panel Friday addressing anti-poverty strategies.
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Katherine Boo, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author, spoke at a panel Friday addressing anti-poverty strategies.
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UC Berkeley researchers and the California Environmental Protection Agency, or CalEPA, found that neighborhoods with high populations of racial minorities are disproportionately affected by environmental health hazards in a study published Thursday.
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UC Berkeley researchers and the California Environmental Protection Agency, or CalEPA, found that neighborhoods with high populations of racial minorities are disproportionately affected by environmental health hazards in a study published Thursday.
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