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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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Jacob Souza

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But now I’m not so sure my experience here consists of years at all. It’s more like a disorganized mosaic of feelings.
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But now I’m not so sure my experience here consists of years at all. It’s more like a disorganized mosaic of feelings.
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Berkeley City Auditor Jenny Wong reported the results of a recent audit of police response data to the City Council during its regular meeting Tuesday.
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Berkeley City Auditor Jenny Wong reported the results of a recent audit of police response data to the City Council during its regular meeting Tuesday.
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For the second year in a row, UC Berkeley was ranked the top public university in the country, and fourth-best overall, in the QS World Rankings 2021 list of best American universities.
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For the second year in a row, UC Berkeley was ranked the top public university in the country, and fourth-best overall, in the QS World Rankings 2021 list of best American universities.
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Park advocates and the UC system have collided over People's Park for nearly as long as the park itself has been around, marking decades of struggle over the land.
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Park advocates and the UC system have collided over People's Park for nearly as long as the park itself has been around, marking decades of struggle over the land.
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On Saturday, May 15, 1971, a cloud of tear gas poured out of an elevator door into The Daily Californian’s main office, then on the sixth floor of Eshleman Hall.
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On Saturday, May 15, 1971, a cloud of tear gas poured out of an elevator door into The Daily Californian’s main office, then on the sixth floor of Eshleman Hall.
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The city of Berkeley was the first in the nation to enact exclusionary zoning laws responsible for racial segregation in housing. Earlier this week, Berkeley city council took a stride toward ending this legacy by voting to do away with single-family zoning. 
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The city of Berkeley was the first in the nation to enact exclusionary zoning laws responsible for racial segregation in housing. Earlier this week, Berkeley city council took a stride toward ending this legacy by voting to do away with single-family zoning. 
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Berkeley City Council struck down a vote of no confidence in Berkeley Police Chief Andrew Greenwood, citing a lack of authority over city department heads. 
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Berkeley City Council struck down a vote of no confidence in Berkeley Police Chief Andrew Greenwood, citing a lack of authority over city department heads. 
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On Tuesday, Berkeley City Council voted to remove minimum off-street parking requirements for new housing developments in hopes of promoting green transportation alternatives and help lower rent prices throughout the city.  
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On Tuesday, Berkeley City Council voted to remove minimum off-street parking requirements for new housing developments in hopes of promoting green transportation alternatives and help lower rent prices throughout the city.  
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Berkeley City Council took steps toward guaranteeing COVID-19 hazard pay to grocery store employees and banning the sale of new fossil fuel-powered vehicles citywide at its first meeting back from winter recess Tuesday. 
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Berkeley City Council took steps toward guaranteeing COVID-19 hazard pay to grocery store employees and banning the sale of new fossil fuel-powered vehicles citywide at its first meeting back from winter recess Tuesday. 
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