BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

Katia Pokotylo

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Large crowds and clouds of smoke filled Memorial Glade as students gathered with their friends on April 20, or 4/20, in celebration of marijuana, an annual tradition upheld on the UC Berkeley campus.
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Large crowds and clouds of smoke filled Memorial Glade as students gathered with their friends on April 20, or 4/20, in celebration of marijuana, an annual tradition upheld on the UC Berkeley campus.
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Robert Middlekauff, well-respected scholar and UC Berkeley professor emeritus of American history, died March 10 at the age of 91.
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Robert Middlekauff, well-respected scholar and UC Berkeley professor emeritus of American history, died March 10 at the age of 91.
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From event cancellations to local business closures, the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on Berkeley’s economic makeup.
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From event cancellations to local business closures, the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on Berkeley’s economic makeup.
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UC Berkeley researchers examined the usage of transportation network companies across California and how to incentivize pooling and ride shares.
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UC Berkeley researchers examined the usage of transportation network companies across California and how to incentivize pooling and ride shares.
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Berkeley city officials, the Bagai family and others unveiled the renamed Kala Bagai Way on Thursday, the first street in Berkeley to be named after an Asian immigrant.
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Berkeley city officials, the Bagai family and others unveiled the renamed Kala Bagai Way on Thursday, the first street in Berkeley to be named after an Asian immigrant.
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A household of UC Berkeley students and alumni of Sigma Epsilon Omega, UC Berkeley’s only queer fraternity, launched a GoFundMe page Jan. 27 to help cover the household’s rent costs and monthly bills.
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A household of UC Berkeley students and alumni of Sigma Epsilon Omega, UC Berkeley’s only queer fraternity, launched a GoFundMe page Jan. 27 to help cover the household’s rent costs and monthly bills.
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For its first event of the semester, the Berkeley Forum hosted John Urschel, mathematician and former offensive lineman for the Baltimore Ravens, who discussed his passion for math, the impact of team sports on his academic pursuits and Black representation in STEM.
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For its first event of the semester, the Berkeley Forum hosted John Urschel, mathematician and former offensive lineman for the Baltimore Ravens, who discussed his passion for math, the impact of team sports on his academic pursuits and Black representation in STEM.
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With an “atmospheric river” causing heavy rain and high winds predicted to last in the Bay Area through Friday, PG&E and the city of Berkeley issued precautions to help locals stay safe.
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With an “atmospheric river” causing heavy rain and high winds predicted to last in the Bay Area through Friday, PG&E and the city of Berkeley issued precautions to help locals stay safe.
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In preparation for plans to build student and supportive housing, UC Berkeley Capital Strategies, which oversees campus development, temporarily closed sections of People’s Park on Tuesday for soil and safety testing.
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In preparation for plans to build student and supportive housing, UC Berkeley Capital Strategies, which oversees campus development, temporarily closed sections of People’s Park on Tuesday for soil and safety testing.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom released an outline of California's Safe Schools for All plan, which includes a $2 billion early action proposal for the expansion and implementation of safe in-person instruction, in a press release Wednesday.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom released an outline of California's Safe Schools for All plan, which includes a $2 billion early action proposal for the expansion and implementation of safe in-person instruction, in a press release Wednesday.
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