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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 30, 2023

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

Kaleo Mark

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Stacey Wyatt, Longfellow Middle School’s principal, has resigned and is expected to leave her position by the end of the academic year.
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Stacey Wyatt, Longfellow Middle School’s principal, has resigned and is expected to leave her position by the end of the academic year.
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Parents of Berkeley Unified School District students spoke directly to district leadership about distance learning at a virtual town hall meeting. As schools across the nation move toward virtual learning, the school district has experienced early difficulties with its transition.
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Parents of Berkeley Unified School District students spoke directly to district leadership about distance learning at a virtual town hall meeting. As schools across the nation move toward virtual learning, the school district has experienced early difficulties with its transition.
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Berkeley Unified School District board members convened remotely for a special meeting March 19 and a regular meeting Wednesday to discuss changes taking place amid the COVID-19, or the new coronavirus, pandemic.
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Berkeley Unified School District board members convened remotely for a special meeting March 19 and a regular meeting Wednesday to discuss changes taking place amid the COVID-19, or the new coronavirus, pandemic.
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Concerns over rent payments, possible evictions and increased housing insecurity in Berkeley have been raised in light of the COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus, pandemic.
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Concerns over rent payments, possible evictions and increased housing insecurity in Berkeley have been raised in light of the COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus, pandemic.
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In response to students potentially being impacted by the spread of COVID-19, the new coronavirus, Cal Housing is offering $200 discounts for the first 200 students who register for housing in the 12-week summer session.
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In response to students potentially being impacted by the spread of COVID-19, the new coronavirus, Cal Housing is offering $200 discounts for the first 200 students who register for housing in the 12-week summer session.
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In 2016, 5.2 million voters cast their ballots in California’s June 7 democratic presidential primary, months after Super Tuesday.
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In 2016, 5.2 million voters cast their ballots in California’s June 7 democratic presidential primary, months after Super Tuesday.
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Berkeley Unified School District claimed its staff took appropriate actions to report a case of sexual assault amid allegations that they did not do so correctly. On Jan. 31, a student filed a lawsuit alleging that a counselor failed to report her case of sexual assault to the proper authorities.
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Berkeley Unified School District claimed its staff took appropriate actions to report a case of sexual assault amid allegations that they did not do so correctly. On Jan. 31, a student filed a lawsuit alleging that a counselor failed to report her case of sexual assault to the proper authorities.
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Berkeley High School students recounted sexual assault experiences and outlined student safety demands at the Berkeley Unified School District meeting Feb. 19.
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Berkeley High School students recounted sexual assault experiences and outlined student safety demands at the Berkeley Unified School District meeting Feb. 19.
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In the wake of student-organized protests at Berkeley High School, Berkeley Unified School District administrators are responding to student demands.
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In the wake of student-organized protests at Berkeley High School, Berkeley Unified School District administrators are responding to student demands.
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Hundreds of students at Berkeley High School staged a walkout Feb. 11 in solidarity with survivors of sexual assault and sexual violence and to call upon the Berkeley Unified School District to better resource schools. The walkout takes place in the midst of a lawsuit filed in January by a BHS student claiming that BUSD employees were negligent in supervising students.
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Hundreds of students at Berkeley High School staged a walkout Feb. 11 in solidarity with survivors of sexual assault and sexual violence and to call upon the Berkeley Unified School District to better resource schools. The walkout takes place in the midst of a lawsuit filed in January by a BHS student claiming that BUSD employees were negligent in supervising students.
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