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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JUNE 05, 2023

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What type of place is right for you? Infographic.
What type of place is right for you? Infographic.
If you didn’t get the chance to visit Bowles Hall during its open house or don’t have a friend who can swipe you in, check out these photos to compare the differences between what Bowles used to be and what it is now.
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If you didn’t get the chance to visit Bowles Hall during its open house or don’t have a friend who can swipe you in, check out these photos to compare the differences between what Bowles used to be and what it is now.
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As part of a new project, The Daily Californian went out to find a few of these freshmen and plans to follow them and their housing journey for the next few years.
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As part of a new project, The Daily Californian went out to find a few of these freshmen and plans to follow them and their housing journey for the next few years.
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The Police Review Commission discussed the upcoming Northern California Regional Intelligence Center (NCRIC) renewal at its Wednesday meeting.
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The Police Review Commission discussed the upcoming Northern California Regional Intelligence Center (NCRIC) renewal at its Wednesday meeting.
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An eight-month-old petition to fire a Berkeley Unified School District teacher gained thousands of signatures after her Monday appearance on Fox News.
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An eight-month-old petition to fire a Berkeley Unified School District teacher gained thousands of signatures after her Monday appearance on Fox News.
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With its new petition, Berkeley Coalition for Animals hopes to make Berkeley the first city in the Bay Area to ban the sale of fur.
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With its new petition, Berkeley Coalition for Animals hopes to make Berkeley the first city in the Bay Area to ban the sale of fur.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín received death threats after posting a controversial statement on Twitter in response to the Milo Yiannopoulos demonstrations, as first reported by Berkeleyside. In the statement, Arreguín called Yiannopoulos a “white nationalist."
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín received death threats after posting a controversial statement on Twitter in response to the Milo Yiannopoulos demonstrations, as first reported by Berkeleyside. In the statement, Arreguín called Yiannopoulos a “white nationalist."
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Three UC Berkeley School of Law professors, John Yoo, Jesse Choper and Daniel Farber, debated in a panel Tuesday about recent U.S. Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch’s qualifications and the effect he will have on the Supreme Court.
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Three UC Berkeley School of Law professors, John Yoo, Jesse Choper and Daniel Farber, debated in a panel Tuesday about recent U.S. Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch’s qualifications and the effect he will have on the Supreme Court.
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In Berkeley — a city that voted overwhelmingly against President Donal Trump — Trump has left a community reeling in a state of outrage and uncertainty.
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In Berkeley — a city that voted overwhelmingly against President Donal Trump — Trump has left a community reeling in a state of outrage and uncertainty.
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