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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Jose Hernandez

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Hundreds gathered at Sproul Plaza on Saturday afternoon for a memorial service celebrating the life and work of Nelson Mandela, a former president of South Africa and a leader of the anti-apartheid movement who passed away Dec. 5.
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Hundreds gathered at Sproul Plaza on Saturday afternoon for a memorial service celebrating the life and work of Nelson Mandela, a former president of South Africa and a leader of the anti-apartheid movement who passed away Dec. 5.
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The Albany Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously approved plans to build a grocery store in a tract of land owned by the University of California Wednesday night.
The Albany Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously approved plans to build a grocery store in a tract of land owned by the University of California Wednesday night.
For the first time in five years, a team of UC Berkeley programmers will head to Russia this summer to compete against some of the world’s best collegiate coders at an international programming contest.
For the first time in five years, a team of UC Berkeley programmers will head to Russia this summer to compete against some of the world’s best collegiate coders at an international programming contest.
To combat stigmas and the lack of awareness about available resources for those afflicted with mental health issues, Student to Student Peer Counseling held a “suicide survivors” panel and workshop Wednesday night.
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To combat stigmas and the lack of awareness about available resources for those afflicted with mental health issues, Student to Student Peer Counseling held a “suicide survivors” panel and workshop Wednesday night.
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Wayne Jopanda’s mom calls him from the Philippines every night at midnight, as soon as she gets from home from her late shift at work. But on Friday night, the call did not come. Not at first.
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Wayne Jopanda’s mom calls him from the Philippines every night at midnight, as soon as she gets from home from her late shift at work. But on Friday night, the call did not come. Not at first.
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At the first joint meeting between the Native American Theme Program and the Afro House cooperative, writer and filmmaker Gyasi Ross led more than two dozen students in a discussion about shared history between cultures and strategies to respond to injustice.
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At the first joint meeting between the Native American Theme Program and the Afro House cooperative, writer and filmmaker Gyasi Ross led more than two dozen students in a discussion about shared history between cultures and strategies to respond to injustice.
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Troubled by what she says is a dearth of resources to support student mental health, CalSERVE Senator Briana Mullen hosted a town hall Tuesday night where attendees proposed solutions to address these issues.
Troubled by what she says is a dearth of resources to support student mental health, CalSERVE Senator Briana Mullen hosted a town hall Tuesday night where attendees proposed solutions to address these issues.
Following a string of on campus crimes, the ASUC Senate unanimously passed a bill Wednesday that plans to tackle the growing safety concerns on campus through a series of preventative measures.
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Following a string of on campus crimes, the ASUC Senate unanimously passed a bill Wednesday that plans to tackle the growing safety concerns on campus through a series of preventative measures.
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Mexican immigrants are more likely to be uninsured and at risk of negative consequences to their health than any other immigrant group in the U.S., according to a recent October study.
Mexican immigrants are more likely to be uninsured and at risk of negative consequences to their health than any other immigrant group in the U.S., according to a recent October study.