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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 07, 2022

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Jamie Nguyen

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A group of 20 UC Berkeley faculty members announced Thursday the creation of a Chicano-Latino Faculty Association, which aims to make the campus more representative of California demographics.
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A group of 20 UC Berkeley faculty members announced Thursday the creation of a Chicano-Latino Faculty Association, which aims to make the campus more representative of California demographics.
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UC Berkeley’s Mark Twain Papers & Project is focusing on piecing together Mark Twain’s work as a young reporter and writer in the nineteenth century through campus archival work.
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UC Berkeley’s Mark Twain Papers & Project is focusing on piecing together Mark Twain’s work as a young reporter and writer in the nineteenth century through campus archival work.
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After a 7.8 magnitude earthquake shook Nepal on Saturday, UC Berkeley sophomore Samiksha KC received a long-awaited text in the middle of night.
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After a 7.8 magnitude earthquake shook Nepal on Saturday, UC Berkeley sophomore Samiksha KC received a long-awaited text in the middle of night.
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Environmental science, policy and management professor Carolyn Finney was denied tenure in May by the department, which reasoned that her research did not meet the campus’ academic standards for tenure.
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Environmental science, policy and management professor Carolyn Finney was denied tenure in May by the department, which reasoned that her research did not meet the campus’ academic standards for tenure.
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OAKLAND — The trial of 29-year-old Michael Diggs, who is charged with murdering 54-year-old Sylvan Fuselier, has been delayed as the court awaits psychological examination.
OAKLAND — The trial of 29-year-old Michael Diggs, who is charged with murdering 54-year-old Sylvan Fuselier, has been delayed as the court awaits psychological examination.
With the sunset’s glow illuminating downtown Berkeley, a zen buddhist teacher, a muslim teacher, three rabbis, a friar and a pastor, along with other community members, gathered to break bread and shed light on the current political atmosphere surrounding homelessness in the city.
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With the sunset’s glow illuminating downtown Berkeley, a zen buddhist teacher, a muslim teacher, three rabbis, a friar and a pastor, along with other community members, gathered to break bread and shed light on the current political atmosphere surrounding homelessness in the city.
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At an ASUC Student Union Board of Directors meeting Wednesday, board members voted to update several ASUC policies and approve contracts to meet the needs of the new Lower Sproul Plaza space.
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At an ASUC Student Union Board of Directors meeting Wednesday, board members voted to update several ASUC policies and approve contracts to meet the needs of the new Lower Sproul Plaza space.
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CalSERVE's presidential candidate Yordanos Dejen plans consist of looking to make lower Sproul a central space for the student community and improving campus climate.
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CalSERVE's presidential candidate Yordanos Dejen plans consist of looking to make lower Sproul a central space for the student community and improving campus climate.
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Candidates Bianca Huntley-Ortega and Leah Romm are vying for the 2015-2016 ASUC student advocate position with with opposing visions of what the role’s responsibilities should include.
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Candidates Bianca Huntley-Ortega and Leah Romm are vying for the 2015-2016 ASUC student advocate position with with opposing visions of what the role’s responsibilities should include.
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At its Wednesday meeting, the Police Review Commission discussed its ongoing investigation of the Berkeley Police Department’s conduct, the department’s 2014 crime report, and surveillance camera legislation passed by the City Council.
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At its Wednesday meeting, the Police Review Commission discussed its ongoing investigation of the Berkeley Police Department’s conduct, the department’s 2014 crime report, and surveillance camera legislation passed by the City Council.
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