BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 02, 2022

Hyunkyu Michael Lee

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A report published in November shows that human remains found last March and April at a construction site bordering the West Berkeley Shellmound — a city-designated historic landmark — were those of Ohlone Indians.
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A report published in November shows that human remains found last March and April at a construction site bordering the West Berkeley Shellmound — a city-designated historic landmark — were those of Ohlone Indians.
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On Friday, UC Berkeley professor of Sanskrit Robert Goldman and his team celebrated the upcoming publication of the final book of a multi-decade research project — the translation of the about 50,000-line Sanskrit epic poem "Valmiki Ramayana" into English.
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On Friday, UC Berkeley professor of Sanskrit Robert Goldman and his team celebrated the upcoming publication of the final book of a multi-decade research project — the translation of the about 50,000-line Sanskrit epic poem "Valmiki Ramayana" into English.
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U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer dismissed most of a lawsuit against the city of Berkeley on Monday, ending a legal battle regarding the vacant building on 2631 Durant Ave.
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U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer dismissed most of a lawsuit against the city of Berkeley on Monday, ending a legal battle regarding the vacant building on 2631 Durant Ave.
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Berkeley Police Department dismantled a South Berkeley homeless encampment early Friday morning, ending in the arrest of a Berkeley City Council candidate, among others.
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Berkeley Police Department dismantled a South Berkeley homeless encampment early Friday morning, ending in the arrest of a Berkeley City Council candidate, among others.
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An analysis reviewing past Berkeley elections conducted by a local nonprofit concluded that money is often a clear advantage in city elections.
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An analysis reviewing past Berkeley elections conducted by a local nonprofit concluded that money is often a clear advantage in city elections.
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The renovations, which cost about $450,000, addressed a drainage problem in the park and made the area ADA accessible. The project also expanded the park to include a section for smaller dogs. Nearby residents, however, are concerned about the potential impact of these developments.
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The renovations, which cost about $450,000, addressed a drainage problem in the park and made the area ADA accessible. The project also expanded the park to include a section for smaller dogs. Nearby residents, however, are concerned about the potential impact of these developments.
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Several animal rights groups came to Berkeley City Hall in protest of a city eviction notice issued last month to the Berkeley Animal Rights Center, or ARC.
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Several animal rights groups came to Berkeley City Hall in protest of a city eviction notice issued last month to the Berkeley Animal Rights Center, or ARC.
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Saha, a new Middle Eastern cuisine restaurant on Shattuck Avenue that filled the vacancy left by Herbivore, celebrated its opening at a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday.
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Saha, a new Middle Eastern cuisine restaurant on Shattuck Avenue that filled the vacancy left by Herbivore, celebrated its opening at a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday.
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The university announced Wednesday that it will partner with Boys & Girls Club of America, or BGCA, to increase UC enrollment of Californians and undergraduate-student diversity statewide.
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The university announced Wednesday that it will partner with Boys & Girls Club of America, or BGCA, to increase UC enrollment of Californians and undergraduate-student diversity statewide.
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Researchers at the Berkeley Seismological Laboratory and the campus department of earth and planetary sciences gained new insight into the movement of tectonics plates as a result of the multi-year study published Friday in the journal Science.
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Researchers at the Berkeley Seismological Laboratory and the campus department of earth and planetary sciences gained new insight into the movement of tectonics plates as a result of the multi-year study published Friday in the journal Science.
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