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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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Two businesses on Alcatraz Avenue with Black Lives Matter posters posted on their windows had their windows broken with BB gun pellets, as first reported by KRON 4.
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Two businesses on Alcatraz Avenue with Black Lives Matter posters posted on their windows had their windows broken with BB gun pellets, as first reported by KRON 4.
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Campus assistant professor of psychology Jason Okonofua plans to launch an online intervention this fall for U.S. educators to check their biases against Black students before carrying out punishments, according to a campus press release.
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Campus assistant professor of psychology Jason Okonofua plans to launch an online intervention this fall for U.S. educators to check their biases against Black students before carrying out punishments, according to a campus press release.
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A team led by a former UC Berkeley postdoctoral student discovered a special type of supernova that occurs when a white dwarf star explodes.
A team led by a former UC Berkeley postdoctoral student discovered a special type of supernova that occurs when a white dwarf star explodes.
Disability Rights Advocates, a nonprofit disability rights legal center, has filed a federal lawsuit against Eatsa, a restaurant chain with locations across the country — including in Berkeley — alleging that the company’s ordering process is not accessible to visually impaired individuals.
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Disability Rights Advocates, a nonprofit disability rights legal center, has filed a federal lawsuit against Eatsa, a restaurant chain with locations across the country — including in Berkeley — alleging that the company’s ordering process is not accessible to visually impaired individuals.
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Twenty-two members of the campus chapter of Chi Omega have been asked to leave the sorority after a private Instagram — or “Finsta” — account they ran was discovered by the sorority’s national branch.
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Twenty-two members of the campus chapter of Chi Omega have been asked to leave the sorority after a private Instagram — or “Finsta” — account they ran was discovered by the sorority’s national branch.
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With a menu featuring a list of steamy beverages with names such as “Intoxicated” and “Love Potion” Romeo’s Coffee opened Sunday, replacing the space formerly occupied by Shakespeare & Co. bookstore, one of the oldest bookstores in Berkeley.
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With a menu featuring a list of steamy beverages with names such as “Intoxicated” and “Love Potion” Romeo’s Coffee opened Sunday, replacing the space formerly occupied by Shakespeare & Co. bookstore, one of the oldest bookstores in Berkeley.
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Berkeley City Council adopted a resolution Tuesday approving a loan of up to $800,000 to City Manager Dee Williams-Ridley.
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Berkeley City Council adopted a resolution Tuesday approving a loan of up to $800,000 to City Manager Dee Williams-Ridley.
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The city of Berkeley has dropped its attempts to evict the Berkeley Animal Rights Center, or ARC, from its current location, amending the lease to allow it to utilize its premises for exercise and other team-building activities.
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The city of Berkeley has dropped its attempts to evict the Berkeley Animal Rights Center, or ARC, from its current location, amending the lease to allow it to utilize its premises for exercise and other team-building activities.
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A federal bankruptcy judge awarded $45 million in punitive damages — much of which will go to UC laws schools — to a Sacramento couple March 23 in a ruling which found that Bank of America unlawfully foreclosed upon their house.
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A federal bankruptcy judge awarded $45 million in punitive damages — much of which will go to UC laws schools — to a Sacramento couple March 23 in a ruling which found that Bank of America unlawfully foreclosed upon their house.
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A state bill that would make California public and community colleges tuition-free for in-state students was introduced Monday.
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A state bill that would make California public and community colleges tuition-free for in-state students was introduced Monday.
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