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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Katherine Kemp

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More than 600 members of UC Berkeley’s Class of 2018 readied themselves for their final moments as undergraduate students as friends, family and faculty gathered at Haas Pavilion on Saturday morning to cheer them on and offer parting advice.
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More than 600 members of UC Berkeley’s Class of 2018 readied themselves for their final moments as undergraduate students as friends, family and faculty gathered at Haas Pavilion on Saturday morning to cheer them on and offer parting advice.
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As some businesses close their doors, others open.
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As some businesses close their doors, others open.
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Ruegg & Ellsworth and the Frank Spenger Company are suing the city of Berkeley and the city's department of planning and development for rejecting their project at 1900 Fourth St. on the grounds that the city's decision allegedly goes against SB 35.
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Ruegg & Ellsworth and the Frank Spenger Company are suing the city of Berkeley and the city's department of planning and development for rejecting their project at 1900 Fourth St. on the grounds that the city's decision allegedly goes against SB 35.
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On Nov. 13, a student at the Pacific School of Religion noticed that someone had drawn a swastika in the Bible usually put out for worship. A week later, a staff member noticed that someone had written “Adolph Hitler” on a piece of paper on the bulletin board at the entry of the chapel, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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On Nov. 13, a student at the Pacific School of Religion noticed that someone had drawn a swastika in the Bible usually put out for worship. A week later, a staff member noticed that someone had written “Adolph Hitler” on a piece of paper on the bulletin board at the entry of the chapel, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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The project, which has come before the board in different forms since 2001, will be a 62-foot building with 57 dwelling units and a 600-square-foot café on the ground floor.
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The project, which has come before the board in different forms since 2001, will be a 62-foot building with 57 dwelling units and a 600-square-foot café on the ground floor.
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The People’s Park Committee held a rally on the UC Berkeley campus Thursday to protest potential university plans to build housing on People’s Park.
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The People’s Park Committee held a rally on the UC Berkeley campus Thursday to protest potential university plans to build housing on People’s Park.
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Berkeley Police Department announced the arrest of Delfino Stevens and Henry Hudson in relation to auto burglaries that occurred in Berkeley on Tuesday, in a Nixle alert released Thursday afternoon.
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Berkeley Police Department announced the arrest of Delfino Stevens and Henry Hudson in relation to auto burglaries that occurred in Berkeley on Tuesday, in a Nixle alert released Thursday afternoon.
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Born in New York City on July 12, 1938, Schweter graduated from the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. Schweter worked as an engineer on merchant ships, often spending six months of the year out at sea before he retired in 1999.
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Born in New York City on July 12, 1938, Schweter graduated from the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. Schweter worked as an engineer on merchant ships, often spending six months of the year out at sea before he retired in 1999.
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A long-time poet and Berkeley personality, Vinograd recently received a cancer diagnosis. Bruce Isaacson, a Berkeley poet and Vinograd’s friend, created a GoFundMe page Oct. 23 to raise funds for her treatment and care.
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A long-time poet and Berkeley personality, Vinograd recently received a cancer diagnosis. Bruce Isaacson, a Berkeley poet and Vinograd’s friend, created a GoFundMe page Oct. 23 to raise funds for her treatment and care.
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The UC system’s largest employee union, the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, or AFSCME, Local 3299, gathered on Sproul Plaza on the third and final day of its planned strike for better contract terms.
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The UC system’s largest employee union, the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, or AFSCME, Local 3299, gathered on Sproul Plaza on the third and final day of its planned strike for better contract terms.
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