BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 28, 2022

Joy Ma

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In a livestream Tuesday, two leading professors discussed practical approaches for coping with trauma and stress related to the coronavirus pandemic as a part of UC Berkeley’s virtual conversation series.
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In a livestream Tuesday, two leading professors discussed practical approaches for coping with trauma and stress related to the coronavirus pandemic as a part of UC Berkeley’s virtual conversation series.
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Nine UC Berkeley faculty members from a wide range of departments were elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, or AAAS, on Thursday.
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Nine UC Berkeley faculty members from a wide range of departments were elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, or AAAS, on Thursday.
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Three leading UC Berkeley psychologists discussed approaches to coping with the emotional side effects of the coronavirus pandemic in a livestream as a part of a campus virtual conversation series Friday.
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Three leading UC Berkeley psychologists discussed approaches to coping with the emotional side effects of the coronavirus pandemic in a livestream as a part of a campus virtual conversation series Friday.
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In January 2016, a team of undergraduate UC Berkeley students went on their first trip to Panama as the start of a project to provide running water that would take the next 5 years to complete. Students from the UC Berkeley chapter of Engineers Without Borders collaborated with Footprint Possibilities, an organization that helps fund U.S. student projects in Panama, to help solve health issues.
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In January 2016, a team of undergraduate UC Berkeley students went on their first trip to Panama as the start of a project to provide running water that would take the next 5 years to complete. Students from the UC Berkeley chapter of Engineers Without Borders collaborated with Footprint Possibilities, an organization that helps fund U.S. student projects in Panama, to help solve health issues.
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More than 2,300 people have signed a petition demanding a partial fee reimbursement from campus to compensate for the changes and difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, as of press time.
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More than 2,300 people have signed a petition demanding a partial fee reimbursement from campus to compensate for the changes and difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, as of press time.
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UC Berkeley sophomore Dhruv Krishnaswamy announced his independent candidacy for ASUC Senate, and he is running with the aim of strengthening the campus community.
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UC Berkeley sophomore Dhruv Krishnaswamy announced his independent candidacy for ASUC Senate, and he is running with the aim of strengthening the campus community.
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Student employees face the risk of losing wages and jobs as Berkeley businesses struggle amid the COVID-19, or the new coronavirus, pandemic. UC Berkeley has requested that all staff members work remotely unless they are responsible for essential operations jobs.
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Student employees face the risk of losing wages and jobs as Berkeley businesses struggle amid the COVID-19, or the new coronavirus, pandemic. UC Berkeley has requested that all staff members work remotely unless they are responsible for essential operations jobs.
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Living in the Campanile, UC Berkeley's peregrine falcon couple has laid its first three eggs of 2020 and is expected to lay its fourth egg in two to three days.
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Living in the Campanile, UC Berkeley's peregrine falcon couple has laid its first three eggs of 2020 and is expected to lay its fourth egg in two to three days.
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Small and local businesses around Berkeley are struggling because of the COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus, pandemic.
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Small and local businesses around Berkeley are struggling because of the COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus, pandemic.
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Berkeley City Council will vote on whether or not to approve the Ronald V. Dellums Fair Chance Access to Housing and Public Health and Safety Ordinance, which will prohibit landlords from denying housing applications based on criminal history.
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Berkeley City Council will vote on whether or not to approve the Ronald V. Dellums Fair Chance Access to Housing and Public Health and Safety Ordinance, which will prohibit landlords from denying housing applications based on criminal history.
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