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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Francesca Munsayac

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There are days when Filipino lecturer Cynthia “Chat” Aban finishes her lesson with a strum of a guitar. Students often cite the Filipino classes as being integral to keeping them afloat in the chaos of college life.
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There are days when Filipino lecturer Cynthia “Chat” Aban finishes her lesson with a strum of a guitar. Students often cite the Filipino classes as being integral to keeping them afloat in the chaos of college life.
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Berkeley Police Department detained two men on separate occasions for unrelated crimes Sunday and Monday, according to a Nixle alert released Tuesday afternoon.
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Berkeley Police Department detained two men on separate occasions for unrelated crimes Sunday and Monday, according to a Nixle alert released Tuesday afternoon.
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Six robberies occurred from Thursday to Monday throughout Berkeley, according to a Nixle alert released by the Berkeley Police Department on Tuesday.
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Six robberies occurred from Thursday to Monday throughout Berkeley, according to a Nixle alert released by the Berkeley Police Department on Tuesday.
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UC Berkeley School of Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky announced Tuesday his recommendation to eliminate the Boalt name from the school's 1950 wing, affiliated organizations and activities, in an effort to distance the law school from John Boalt's racist statements.
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UC Berkeley School of Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky announced Tuesday his recommendation to eliminate the Boalt name from the school's 1950 wing, affiliated organizations and activities, in an effort to distance the law school from John Boalt's racist statements.
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A fire hydrant broke at the corner of Sixth Street and Hearst Avenue about 8:27 a.m, according to Berkeley Fire Department spokesperson Keith May.
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A fire hydrant broke at the corner of Sixth Street and Hearst Avenue about 8:27 a.m, according to Berkeley Fire Department spokesperson Keith May.
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A Nixle alert stated that a red flag warning means critical fire weather conditions are occurring or will occur. The alert said a condition of low relative humidity, warm temperatures and strong winds can contribute to extreme fire behavior.
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A Nixle alert stated that a red flag warning means critical fire weather conditions are occurring or will occur. The alert said a condition of low relative humidity, warm temperatures and strong winds can contribute to extreme fire behavior.
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Ty Alper, Ka’Dijah Brown and Julie Sinai all secured seats on the board of Berkeley Unified School District as of press time at 2:02 a.m.
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Ty Alper, Ka’Dijah Brown and Julie Sinai all secured seats on the board of Berkeley Unified School District as of press time at 2:02 a.m.
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Berkeley Police Department released a Nixle alert at 11:04 p.m Saturday announcing that Jesus Jose Loera has been found.
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Berkeley Police Department released a Nixle alert at 11:04 p.m Saturday announcing that Jesus Jose Loera has been found.
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A group of 50 organizers started protesting about 10 a.m. on the corner of Bancroft Way and Telegraph Avenue, swelling to a crowd of 150 people about 1 p.m. AFCSME Local 3299 was joined by University Professional and Technical Employees, CWA 9119, UC's union of technical and professional employees in the UC system, and University Council-American Federation of Teachers, or UC-AFT, the union for UC librarians.
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A group of 50 organizers started protesting about 10 a.m. on the corner of Bancroft Way and Telegraph Avenue, swelling to a crowd of 150 people about 1 p.m. AFCSME Local 3299 was joined by University Professional and Technical Employees, CWA 9119, UC's union of technical and professional employees in the UC system, and University Council-American Federation of Teachers, or UC-AFT, the union for UC librarians.
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Jamall Tousant was found guilty Friday on multiple assault and gun charges after a two-week trial and sentenced to "20+" years, the alert said. BPD had arrested Tousant in October 2015 at his Alameda residence, after obtaining a search warrant that led to the discovery of Tousant's high-capacity drum magazine associated with assault rifles.
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Jamall Tousant was found guilty Friday on multiple assault and gun charges after a two-week trial and sentenced to "20+" years, the alert said. BPD had arrested Tousant in October 2015 at his Alameda residence, after obtaining a search warrant that led to the discovery of Tousant's high-capacity drum magazine associated with assault rifles.
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