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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 05, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!

Jacob Souza

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The three peregrine falcon chicks living atop the Campanile have been given names, which were chosen via an online contest over the last week.
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The three peregrine falcon chicks living atop the Campanile have been given names, which were chosen via an online contest over the last week.
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UC President Janet Napolitano recommended that UC campuses suspend use of the ACT and SAT standardized tests as admissions requirements until 2024 in a proposal to be considered by the Board of Regents at its May 21 meeting. 
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UC President Janet Napolitano recommended that UC campuses suspend use of the ACT and SAT standardized tests as admissions requirements until 2024 in a proposal to be considered by the Board of Regents at its May 21 meeting. 
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Campus alumnus T. Christian Miller, who is also a lecturer at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism and former member of The Daily Californian, was awarded his second Pulitzer Prize on Sunday for his work on a ProPublica investigation.
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Campus alumnus T. Christian Miller, who is also a lecturer at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism and former member of The Daily Californian, was awarded his second Pulitzer Prize on Sunday for his work on a ProPublica investigation.
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At its regular Tuesday meeting, Berkeley City Council discussed potential measures to include on the November 2020 ballot as well as whether to prioritize certain items in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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At its regular Tuesday meeting, Berkeley City Council discussed potential measures to include on the November 2020 ballot as well as whether to prioritize certain items in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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UC Berkeley launched its final event in a series of open houses to showcase designs for a housing development planned for People's Park. The virtual open house features an overview of the project, design updates and a “brief survey” to solicit public feedback.
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UC Berkeley launched its final event in a series of open houses to showcase designs for a housing development planned for People's Park. The virtual open house features an overview of the project, design updates and a “brief survey” to solicit public feedback.
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Starting April 14, campus testing for the coronavirus has been expanded to include any students and certain campus affiliates who exhibit symptoms.
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Starting April 14, campus testing for the coronavirus has been expanded to include any students and certain campus affiliates who exhibit symptoms.
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The city of Berkeley rolled out a number of resources to help the homeless community navigate challenges associated with being unhoused during the COVID-19, or the novel coronavirus, pandemic. With limited options for sheltering in place or following social distancing directives, Berkeley’s homeless community is particularly vulnerable to contracting the disease
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The city of Berkeley rolled out a number of resources to help the homeless community navigate challenges associated with being unhoused during the COVID-19, or the novel coronavirus, pandemic. With limited options for sheltering in place or following social distancing directives, Berkeley’s homeless community is particularly vulnerable to contracting the disease
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When thinking of essential jobs, people scarcely picture grocery store employees, delivery drivers and gas station attendants, but for the last few weeks, they have been working to ensure communities have the goods and services they need.
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When thinking of essential jobs, people scarcely picture grocery store employees, delivery drivers and gas station attendants, but for the last few weeks, they have been working to ensure communities have the goods and services they need.
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The city of Berkeley started a relief fund aimed at providing aid to small businesses, local arts organizations and Berkeley renters who have been adversely affected by the economic impact of COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus.
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The city of Berkeley started a relief fund aimed at providing aid to small businesses, local arts organizations and Berkeley renters who have been adversely affected by the economic impact of COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus.
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Cost-of-living adjustment, or COLA, advocates and graduate students hosted a “COLA party” on Sproul Plaza on March 3, ending in a meeting between student organizers and UC Berkeley administration.
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Cost-of-living adjustment, or COLA, advocates and graduate students hosted a “COLA party” on Sproul Plaza on March 3, ending in a meeting between student organizers and UC Berkeley administration.
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