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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Julie Madsen

Assistant News Editor

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Julie, I graduate for you. You have learned some tough lessons. You have gone through nearly 22 years of life, death and sometimes some place between the two.
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Julie, I graduate for you. You have learned some tough lessons. You have gone through nearly 22 years of life, death and sometimes some place between the two.
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Three female custodian workers filed a lawsuit against BUSD alleging a failure to prevent against sexual harassment and gender-based discrimination.
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Three female custodian workers filed a lawsuit against BUSD alleging a failure to prevent against sexual harassment and gender-based discrimination.
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In just around two hours, 225 customers came in and out of Berkeley Cheese Board Collective Sunday afternoon to support the organization’s fundraiser for the healthcare rights of transgender youth in Texas.
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In just around two hours, 225 customers came in and out of Berkeley Cheese Board Collective Sunday afternoon to support the organization’s fundraiser for the healthcare rights of transgender youth in Texas.
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Former Berkeley High School teacher Matthew Bissell’s teaching credential will be revoked after facing allegations of sexual assault and harassment.
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Former Berkeley High School teacher Matthew Bissell’s teaching credential will be revoked after facing allegations of sexual assault and harassment.
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Nearly two dozen community members signed up to speak during Wednesday night’s Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, school board meeting, many of them voicing concerns about the status of the district’s virtual learning academy.
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Nearly two dozen community members signed up to speak during Wednesday night’s Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, school board meeting, many of them voicing concerns about the status of the district’s virtual learning academy.
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Students and staff will no longer be required to wear masks outdoors after BUSD announced it will end the outdoor mandate effective Feb. 28.
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Students and staff will no longer be required to wear masks outdoors after BUSD announced it will end the outdoor mandate effective Feb. 28.
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More than 10,000 UC student researchers voted in favor of authorizing a strike in the fight for recognition of their union, Student Researchers United-UAW.
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More than 10,000 UC student researchers voted in favor of authorizing a strike in the fight for recognition of their union, Student Researchers United-UAW.
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In 2018, the Mendocino Complex Fire burned more than 280 structures, making it California’s third-largest wildfire. Among the more than 450,000 acres scorched, the habitats of the surrounding wildlife were also destroyed in the wake of the natural disaster.
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In 2018, the Mendocino Complex Fire burned more than 280 structures, making it California’s third-largest wildfire. Among the more than 450,000 acres scorched, the habitats of the surrounding wildlife were also destroyed in the wake of the natural disaster.
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Crazy. Bewildering. Momentous. A “time of great confusion.” These are the words that come to mind for Berkeley and Oakland public librarians when thinking about March 2020, the month that changed their jobs.
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Crazy. Bewildering. Momentous. A “time of great confusion.” These are the words that come to mind for Berkeley and Oakland public librarians when thinking about March 2020, the month that changed their jobs.
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As COVID-19 vaccines become increasingly available, universities nationwide have announced a mandatory vaccination requirement for their students to return to in-person instruction in fall 2021, leading to questions about how UC Berkeley and the UC system at large will tackle this situation.
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As COVID-19 vaccines become increasingly available, universities nationwide have announced a mandatory vaccination requirement for their students to return to in-person instruction in fall 2021, leading to questions about how UC Berkeley and the UC system at large will tackle this situation.
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