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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 07, 2022

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Jamie Nguyen

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Whether it’s your first, last or somewhere-in-between semester, the fall marks a notable change in the seasons when we must all say goodbye to bathing suits and flip-flops and wave hello to Scantrons and reading lists.
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Whether it’s your first, last or somewhere-in-between semester, the fall marks a notable change in the seasons when we must all say goodbye to bathing suits and flip-flops and wave hello to Scantrons and reading lists.
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Stationed in front of the Sierra Club’s local chapter office in Berkeley, a group of about 70 demonstrators gathered in protest of the club’s support of non-native tree removal in the East Bay hills.
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Stationed in front of the Sierra Club’s local chapter office in Berkeley, a group of about 70 demonstrators gathered in protest of the club’s support of non-native tree removal in the East Bay hills.
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Public policy and law students will be reaching beyond UC Berkeley and into the surrounding community this fall to conduct research on criminalizing the homeless, juvenile ticketing fees and police accountability.
Public policy and law students will be reaching beyond UC Berkeley and into the surrounding community this fall to conduct research on criminalizing the homeless, juvenile ticketing fees and police accountability.
Look at you, 17 years old and ready to conquer the world, come hell or high water.
Look at you, 17 years old and ready to conquer the world, come hell or high water.
Berkeley Fire Department was the only city in Alameda County to receive a Class 1 rating, the highest possible classification for fire suppression efforts.
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Berkeley Fire Department was the only city in Alameda County to receive a Class 1 rating, the highest possible classification for fire suppression efforts.
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In the wake of prolonged drought conditions, researchers are looking at the effects and impact on giant sequoias.
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In the wake of prolonged drought conditions, researchers are looking at the effects and impact on giant sequoias.
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The city spent more than $12 million to create Berkeley’s municipal animal shelter— a two-story building glossed in yellow paint featuring a controlled climate, an in-house veterinary clinic and new kennels.
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The city spent more than $12 million to create Berkeley’s municipal animal shelter— a two-story building glossed in yellow paint featuring a controlled climate, an in-house veterinary clinic and new kennels.
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Damariay Drew, a former Cal football player and UC Berkeley sophomore, received a reduced conviction — from a felony assault to a misdemeanor — at a court hearing Monday.
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Damariay Drew, a former Cal football player and UC Berkeley sophomore, received a reduced conviction — from a felony assault to a misdemeanor — at a court hearing Monday.
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Michael Diggs, charged with the 2014 murder of 54-year-old Sylvan Fuselier, pled no contest in a bargain with the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office on Monday.
Michael Diggs, charged with the 2014 murder of 54-year-old Sylvan Fuselier, pled no contest in a bargain with the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office on Monday.
Poetry Flash, a Berkeley poetry review and newsletter that has been publishing for more than 40 years, may close before the end of the year because of a 27 percent increase in its rent.
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Poetry Flash, a Berkeley poetry review and newsletter that has been publishing for more than 40 years, may close before the end of the year because of a 27 percent increase in its rent.
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