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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 20, 2023

Year! Review! Read our 2022 Year in Retrospect Issue!

Hannah Piette

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In an effort to foster a volunteer culture, Golden Bear Orientation, or GBO, leaders will no longer receive priority registration. GBO will also be shortened one day in response to feedback that it was a large time commitment, according to campus spokesperson Adam Ratliff.
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In an effort to foster a volunteer culture, Golden Bear Orientation, or GBO, leaders will no longer receive priority registration. GBO will also be shortened one day in response to feedback that it was a large time commitment, according to campus spokesperson Adam Ratliff.
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Berkeley College Republicans, or BCR, tweeted Sunday that the organization plans to host a range of speakers on campus this year to promote a conservative agenda in its “#YearofFreedom.” The club announced that its first speaker will be Dennis Prager, a conservative radio talk show host, author and columnist, on Feb. 1.
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Berkeley College Republicans, or BCR, tweeted Sunday that the organization plans to host a range of speakers on campus this year to promote a conservative agenda in its “#YearofFreedom.” The club announced that its first speaker will be Dennis Prager, a conservative radio talk show host, author and columnist, on Feb. 1.
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Homeless community members living in the protest encampment at the intersection of Adeline and Oregon streets, near Berkeley Bowl in South Berkeley, were given a 72-hour eviction notice Friday.
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Homeless community members living in the protest encampment at the intersection of Adeline and Oregon streets, near Berkeley Bowl in South Berkeley, were given a 72-hour eviction notice Friday.
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Homeless advocate Guy “Mike” Lee said he will wake up at 4 a.m. on Christmas Day to start cooking dinner for Berkeley’s homeless community.
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Homeless advocate Guy “Mike” Lee said he will wake up at 4 a.m. on Christmas Day to start cooking dinner for Berkeley’s homeless community.
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Ruth Bancroft, a pioneer of dry gardening and founder of the Ruth Bancroft Garden in Walnut Creek, died in her home at age 109 on Nov. 26.
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Ruth Bancroft, a pioneer of dry gardening and founder of the Ruth Bancroft Garden in Walnut Creek, died in her home at age 109 on Nov. 26.
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Berkeley’s third Chipotle location will open at 2225 Shattuck Ave. on Dec. 7, according to Chipotle spokesperson Chris Arnold.
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Berkeley’s third Chipotle location will open at 2225 Shattuck Ave. on Dec. 7, according to Chipotle spokesperson Chris Arnold.
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Two men were shot in the leg while walking in South Berkeley in separate instances over the past two-and-a-half weeks. The shootings occurred within a few blocks of each other, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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Two men were shot in the leg while walking in South Berkeley in separate instances over the past two-and-a-half weeks. The shootings occurred within a few blocks of each other, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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At its Tuesday meeting, Berkeley City Council unanimously voted to pass a measure that directs the city manager to analyze and address disparate racial outcomes in policing.
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At its Tuesday meeting, Berkeley City Council unanimously voted to pass a measure that directs the city manager to analyze and address disparate racial outcomes in policing.
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The Cal Berkeley Democrats and the Berkeley Conservative Society met Wednesday evening to debate health care, taxation and climate change.
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The Cal Berkeley Democrats and the Berkeley Conservative Society met Wednesday evening to debate health care, taxation and climate change.
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The UC Berkeley Office of Emergency Management is set to lose 50 percent of its staff because of cuts.
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The UC Berkeley Office of Emergency Management is set to lose 50 percent of its staff because of cuts.
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