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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JUNE 02, 2023

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Kelly Suth

Deputy News Editors

Kelly Suth is a deputy news editor for spring 2022. She joined the news department in Fall 2020 and has worked as the lead race and diversity reporter for two terms.

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I hated most of all that, no matter how hard I tried, I couldn’t do anything. No matter how much I wanted to be, I couldn’t be enough.
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I hated most of all that, no matter how hard I tried, I couldn’t do anything. No matter how much I wanted to be, I couldn’t be enough.
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BART announced Wednesday that it will be fully restoring pre-pandemic service hours starting Feb. 14th, according to a service advisory.
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BART announced Wednesday that it will be fully restoring pre-pandemic service hours starting Feb. 14th, according to a service advisory.
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In hopes of transitioning into a safe semester, UC Berkeley will be providing all campus residents with a COVID-19 rapid-test kit. 
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In hopes of transitioning into a safe semester, UC Berkeley will be providing all campus residents with a COVID-19 rapid-test kit. 
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According to a PG&E press release, meteorologists are expecting storms to afflict parts of California in the coming week — including the city of Berkeley.
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According to a PG&E press release, meteorologists are expecting storms to afflict parts of California in the coming week — including the city of Berkeley.
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In an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, UC Berkeley is operating under a mask mandate — evoking mixed opinions on its compliance.
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In an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, UC Berkeley is operating under a mask mandate — evoking mixed opinions on its compliance.
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Coindesk published its annual list of top universities for the development of blockchain technology, with UC Berkeley taking third place.
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Coindesk published its annual list of top universities for the development of blockchain technology, with UC Berkeley taking third place.
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On Sept. 28th, City Council approved a $6.5 million contract with Motorola Solutions despite concerns that the deal violated the Sanctuary Ordinance.
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On Sept. 28th, City Council approved a $6.5 million contract with Motorola Solutions despite concerns that the deal violated the Sanctuary Ordinance.
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Despite the statewide eviction moratorium coming to an end Sept. 30, Berkeley tenants will remain protected by a separate moratorium imposed by the city. 
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Despite the statewide eviction moratorium coming to an end Sept. 30, Berkeley tenants will remain protected by a separate moratorium imposed by the city. 
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As the pandemic continues to afflict many communities, the city of Berkeley is among the safest places in the United States in regards to COVID-19. 
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As the pandemic continues to afflict many communities, the city of Berkeley is among the safest places in the United States in regards to COVID-19. 
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Three lecturers in the Rausser College of Natural Resources were named California Academy of Sciences fellows for their notable contributions to the field of natural sciences.
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Three lecturers in the Rausser College of Natural Resources were named California Academy of Sciences fellows for their notable contributions to the field of natural sciences.
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