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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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In light of the Ben Shapiro event Sept. 14 and Milo Yiannopoulos’s “Free Speech Week,” from Sept. 24-27, there has been discussion about what Berkeley Police Department can use at protests. Here is a list of the equipment police officers are able to use in crowd control situations.
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In light of the Ben Shapiro event Sept. 14 and Milo Yiannopoulos’s “Free Speech Week,” from Sept. 24-27, there has been discussion about what Berkeley Police Department can use at protests. Here is a list of the equipment police officers are able to use in crowd control situations.
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Picking your LinkedIn photo is a specific type of anxiety inducing, not only do you want to look great, you want to make sure you seem professional. We have some tips and tricks for taking the perfect professional picture.
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Picking your LinkedIn photo is a specific type of anxiety inducing, not only do you want to look great, you want to make sure you seem professional. We have some tips and tricks for taking the perfect professional picture.
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In response to campus affordable housing issues, Councilmember Kriss Worthington proposed changes to the Group Living Accommodations Ordinance based on student suggestions. According to the agenda item, the ASUC has been vocal in its opposition against the GLA because it unfairly disadvantages students from housing.
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In response to campus affordable housing issues, Councilmember Kriss Worthington proposed changes to the Group Living Accommodations Ordinance based on student suggestions. According to the agenda item, the ASUC has been vocal in its opposition against the GLA because it unfairly disadvantages students from housing.
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An ordinance to automatically provide expedited review and priority status to affordable-housing projects will be considered by the Berkeley City Council at its regular meeting Tuesday.
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An ordinance to automatically provide expedited review and priority status to affordable-housing projects will be considered by the Berkeley City Council at its regular meeting Tuesday.
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Berkeley City Council will discuss police accountability reform within the Police Review Commission on Tuesday.
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Berkeley City Council will discuss police accountability reform within the Police Review Commission on Tuesday.
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On Aug. 30, less than a year after joining the Berkeley City Council, Councilmember Ben Bartlett formally announced his California 15th State Assembly District campaign for the 2018 election in the hopes of addressing affordable housing at a statewide level.
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On Aug. 30, less than a year after joining the Berkeley City Council, Councilmember Ben Bartlett formally announced his California 15th State Assembly District campaign for the 2018 election in the hopes of addressing affordable housing at a statewide level.
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It’s safe to say Berkeley barely survived this past weekend. What was originally a scheduled opportunity for “alt-right” groups to spew hate and harassment became a symphonic outcry of liberal resistance dominating the pianissimo turnout of the “alt-right.” Yet the grand demonstration of “Berkeley Stands United Against Hate” was undermined by Antifa’s violent, discordant contribution to the progressive cause.
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It’s safe to say Berkeley barely survived this past weekend. What was originally a scheduled opportunity for “alt-right” groups to spew hate and harassment became a symphonic outcry of liberal resistance dominating the pianissimo turnout of the “alt-right.” Yet the grand demonstration of “Berkeley Stands United Against Hate” was undermined by Antifa’s violent, discordant contribution to the progressive cause.
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The city of Berkeley appointed three UC Berkeley students to city commissions Monday through a student empowerment campaign between UC Berkeley student groups and Councilmember Kriss Worthington.
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The city of Berkeley appointed three UC Berkeley students to city commissions Monday through a student empowerment campaign between UC Berkeley student groups and Councilmember Kriss Worthington.
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I’ve always been a spontaneous individual, the unaccountable variable, and asking out girls is no exception. So, this time, I carefully constructed the perfect plan to woo said friend.
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I’ve always been a spontaneous individual, the unaccountable variable, and asking out girls is no exception. So, this time, I carefully constructed the perfect plan to woo said friend.
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Two years after opening to critical acclaim, the soundtrack of Broadway smash hit “Hamilton” is welcoming UC Berkeley students to campus.
Two years after opening to critical acclaim, the soundtrack of Broadway smash hit “Hamilton” is welcoming UC Berkeley students to campus.