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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 18, 2023

Julia Clark-Riddell

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Berkeley residents Judy Appel, Norma J.F. Harrison and Tracy Hollander are challenging incumbent School Board Director and Clerk Beatriz Leyva-Cutler for the two seats.
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Berkeley residents Judy Appel, Norma J.F. Harrison and Tracy Hollander are challenging incumbent School Board Director and Clerk Beatriz Leyva-Cutler for the two seats.
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The Berkeley FILM Foundation awarded a combined $150,000 in grants on July 26 to 23 local filmmakers, including five students and one UC Berkeley alumna.
The Berkeley FILM Foundation awarded a combined $150,000 in grants on July 26 to 23 local filmmakers, including five students and one UC Berkeley alumna.
On Aug. 15, the UC Student Health Insurance Plan will join insurance providers across the nation in starting to offer many female health services such as birth control, pap smears, virus testing and mammograms without requiring co-payments from patients.
On Aug. 15, the UC Student Health Insurance Plan will join insurance providers across the nation in starting to offer many female health services such as birth control, pap smears, virus testing and mammograms without requiring co-payments from patients.
The Berkeley City Council approved the sending of a resolution that formally urges the U.S. Postal Service not to sell the main post office.
The Berkeley City Council approved the sending of a resolution that formally urges the U.S. Postal Service not to sell the main post office.
UC Berkeley is at risk of becoming financially unsustainable according to a study conducted by Bain & Company.
UC Berkeley is at risk of becoming financially unsustainable according to a study conducted by Bain & Company.
Following last week’s riotous meeting, the Berkeley City Council quietly voted to place a streets and watershed bond measure on the November ballot at their meeting Tuesday night.
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Following last week’s riotous meeting, the Berkeley City Council quietly voted to place a streets and watershed bond measure on the November ballot at their meeting Tuesday night.
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The Berkeley City Council moved to have the civil sitting measure placed on the November ballot at its meeting Tuesday night. However, three city council members are challenging the vote on the contentious measure.
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The Berkeley City Council moved to have the civil sitting measure placed on the November ballot at its meeting Tuesday night. However, three city council members are challenging the vote on the contentious measure.
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In preparation for the demolition of UC Berkeley’s Smyth-Fernwald complex a few campus programs hope to minimize the negative environmental impact by giving away all of the complex’s furniture at a “Free Day” next weekend.
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In preparation for the demolition of UC Berkeley’s Smyth-Fernwald complex a few campus programs hope to minimize the negative environmental impact by giving away all of the complex’s furniture at a “Free Day” next weekend.
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A judge ruled Monday that the court dispute over the estate of renowned artist and UC Berkeley alumnus Thomas Kinkade will remain public and be continued in August.
A judge ruled Monday that the court dispute over the estate of renowned artist and UC Berkeley alumnus Thomas Kinkade will remain public and be continued in August.
The European Organization for Nuclear Research announced they have evidence to support the existence of the Higgs boson — a discovery made possible with contributions from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
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The European Organization for Nuclear Research announced they have evidence to support the existence of the Higgs boson — a discovery made possible with contributions from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
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