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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Iris Kwok

Deputy News Editor

Iris Kwok is a deputy news editor at The Daily Californian. She joined the news department in Spring 2021.

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As classes wind down for the spring semester, the UC Berkeley campus community is again experiencing a rise in COVID-19 cases.
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As classes wind down for the spring semester, the UC Berkeley campus community is again experiencing a rise in COVID-19 cases.
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The Physics-Astronomy Library will be closed starting March 21 due to ongoing staffing shortages. The library will likely remain closed through the summer semester. 
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The Physics-Astronomy Library will be closed starting March 21 due to ongoing staffing shortages. The library will likely remain closed through the summer semester. 
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At least eight BART train cars may receive a second life as a part of BART’s Legacy Fleet Decommissioning project. Some will be used to train local firefighters, while others may become a time capsule fit with a retro videogame arcade. And if all goes to plan, several others may be preserved in a railway museum for future generations to admire. 
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At least eight BART train cars may receive a second life as a part of BART’s Legacy Fleet Decommissioning project. Some will be used to train local firefighters, while others may become a time capsule fit with a retro videogame arcade. And if all goes to plan, several others may be preserved in a railway museum for future generations to admire. 
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Berkeley Unified School District Superintendent Brent Stephens will step down from his position when his three-year contract ends June 30.
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Berkeley Unified School District Superintendent Brent Stephens will step down from his position when his three-year contract ends June 30.
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UC Berkeley community members will be able to pick up free masks at Eshleman Hall starting Jan. 18.
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UC Berkeley community members will be able to pick up free masks at Eshleman Hall starting Jan. 18.
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UC Berkeley will begin the spring 2022 semester with two weeks of mostly remote classes before returning to in-person instruction Jan. 31. 
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UC Berkeley will begin the spring 2022 semester with two weeks of mostly remote classes before returning to in-person instruction Jan. 31. 
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UCPD officers responded to a report of arson that occurred Saturday afternoon at the UC Berkeley Anthropology and Art Practice Building.
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UCPD officers responded to a report of arson that occurred Saturday afternoon at the UC Berkeley Anthropology and Art Practice Building.
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On Thursday, the National Weather Service issued a coastal flood advisory for low lying coastal locations across the San Francisco Bay shoreline due to the presence of King Tides, which are the highest astronomical tides of the year.
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On Thursday, the National Weather Service issued a coastal flood advisory for low lying coastal locations across the San Francisco Bay shoreline due to the presence of King Tides, which are the highest astronomical tides of the year.
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Moe’s Books workers voted to ratify its first union contract on Tuesday, securing wage raises and additional COVID-19 safety measures, in what union steward Owen Hill described as a “good, solid contract.” 
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Moe’s Books workers voted to ratify its first union contract on Tuesday, securing wage raises and additional COVID-19 safety measures, in what union steward Owen Hill described as a “good, solid contract.” 
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The Berkeley City Council is considering authorizing the Berkeley Police Department’s request to hire 25 additional police officers and add 7 dispatch positions due to understaffing concerns, according to a special City Council meeting held Oct. 19. 
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The Berkeley City Council is considering authorizing the Berkeley Police Department’s request to hire 25 additional police officers and add 7 dispatch positions due to understaffing concerns, according to a special City Council meeting held Oct. 19. 
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