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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 05, 2022

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Gioia von Staden

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We're not all women, but we can all certainly support women this International Women's Day (and every single day, really) in several ways.
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We're not all women, but we can all certainly support women this International Women's Day (and every single day, really) in several ways.
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The vacant space in the first floor of Eshleman Hall won’t stay empty for long — Berkeley boba shop TeaOne is set to open up in February.
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The vacant space in the first floor of Eshleman Hall won’t stay empty for long — Berkeley boba shop TeaOne is set to open up in February.
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UC Berkeley’s new major event policy includes several key changes that enable student organizations and nondepartmental users to effectively and safely host events on campus.
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UC Berkeley’s new major event policy includes several key changes that enable student organizations and nondepartmental users to effectively and safely host events on campus.
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After five years of service, Stefano Bertozzi, dean of the School of Public Health, will step down from his position. He was appointed as dean in 2013, leaving his job as the HIV director at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
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After five years of service, Stefano Bertozzi, dean of the School of Public Health, will step down from his position. He was appointed as dean in 2013, leaving his job as the HIV director at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
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As a food-insecure student who struggles to balance the stress of a job on top of classes, UC Berkeley sophomore Jenifer Lomeli-Quintero called the food stamps she is given through CalFresh a “lifesaver.”
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As a food-insecure student who struggles to balance the stress of a job on top of classes, UC Berkeley sophomore Jenifer Lomeli-Quintero called the food stamps she is given through CalFresh a “lifesaver.”
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The ACLU of Northern California announced eleven winners of the Free Speech for Equal Justice awards, a program which will distribute roughly $17,000 between the UC Berkeley student groups.
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The ACLU of Northern California announced eleven winners of the Free Speech for Equal Justice awards, a program which will distribute roughly $17,000 between the UC Berkeley student groups.
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For the upcoming winter, the city currently has about 150 year-round beds for almost 1,000 homeless individuals on the streets of Berkeley.
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For the upcoming winter, the city currently has about 150 year-round beds for almost 1,000 homeless individuals on the streets of Berkeley.
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The Berkeley Unified School District announced in a press release Tuesday that it has joined seven other California school districts and other education agencies in a federal lawsuit that seeks to block the Trump administration’s repeal of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA.
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The Berkeley Unified School District announced in a press release Tuesday that it has joined seven other California school districts and other education agencies in a federal lawsuit that seeks to block the Trump administration’s repeal of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA.
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In the midst of the Trump administration’s threats to undocumented residents, a network consisting of 11 jurisdictions, including Oakland and Alameda County, will provide publicly funded legal representation to anyone facing deportation.
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In the midst of the Trump administration’s threats to undocumented residents, a network consisting of 11 jurisdictions, including Oakland and Alameda County, will provide publicly funded legal representation to anyone facing deportation.
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Councilmember Kate Harrison hosted a town hall meeting Wednesday to discuss Berkeley Police Department’s policies on transparency, use of force and surveillance.
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Councilmember Kate Harrison hosted a town hall meeting Wednesday to discuss Berkeley Police Department’s policies on transparency, use of force and surveillance.
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