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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 31, 2023

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

Katherine Yen

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Save Berkeley’s Neighborhoods, a nonprofit education and advocacy group, filed a lawsuit Friday against UC Berkeley for failing to analyze the environmental impacts of the increase in student enrollment over the past 13 years.
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Save Berkeley’s Neighborhoods, a nonprofit education and advocacy group, filed a lawsuit Friday against UC Berkeley for failing to analyze the environmental impacts of the increase in student enrollment over the past 13 years.
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Documents obtained through a California Public Records Act, or CPRA, request by The Daily Californian uncovered multiple marriage proposals, inappropriate comments about female complainants’ physical appearances and propositions for a massage.
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Documents obtained through a California Public Records Act, or CPRA, request by The Daily Californian uncovered multiple marriage proposals, inappropriate comments about female complainants’ physical appearances and propositions for a massage.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín announced Monday that East Bay Community Energy, or EBCE, will replace PG&E in June as the main power provider for Berkeley in an attempt to move toward greener energy.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín announced Monday that East Bay Community Energy, or EBCE, will replace PG&E in June as the main power provider for Berkeley in an attempt to move toward greener energy.
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Presented by the Chabot Space and Science Center, this planetarium show is one of an array of science events hosted by the Berkeley Public Library, or BPL, as an effort to expand STEM programming at the library.
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Presented by the Chabot Space and Science Center, this planetarium show is one of an array of science events hosted by the Berkeley Public Library, or BPL, as an effort to expand STEM programming at the library.
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Local eatery Meal Ticket closed its doors March 30 after about 25 years of serving American-style breakfast and lunch to the Berkeley community. Another beloved family-run restaurant, KC’s Bar-B-Que, will take over the space in late April after its previous location closed because of a kitchen fire in February 2017.
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Local eatery Meal Ticket closed its doors March 30 after about 25 years of serving American-style breakfast and lunch to the Berkeley community. Another beloved family-run restaurant, KC’s Bar-B-Que, will take over the space in late April after its previous location closed because of a kitchen fire in February 2017.
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Nestled behind the popular Golden Bear Cafe is the office of the Disabled Students’ Program, or DSP. Its unassuming exterior belies a program that is both the product of a rich history of disability activism and a reminder that the work is far from done.
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Nestled behind the popular Golden Bear Cafe is the office of the Disabled Students’ Program, or DSP. Its unassuming exterior belies a program that is both the product of a rich history of disability activism and a reminder that the work is far from done.
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The formation of an enormous volcanic mass on Mars called Tharsis may help explain the discrepancy in Mars’ shoreline elevation, according to a study published Monday by UC Berkeley researchers.
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The formation of an enormous volcanic mass on Mars called Tharsis may help explain the discrepancy in Mars’ shoreline elevation, according to a study published Monday by UC Berkeley researchers.
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Nikki Jones still remembers as a teenager witnessing her sister’s ex-boyfriend being arrested by the police — he was one of the guys selling nickel bags of weed on the corner.
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Nikki Jones still remembers as a teenager witnessing her sister’s ex-boyfriend being arrested by the police — he was one of the guys selling nickel bags of weed on the corner.
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East Bay Sanctuary Covenant refugee rights advocate Lily Woo is applying for her third Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival, or DACA, renewal, which will protect her from deportation for another two years. She is able to do so, at least for now, thanks to the Supreme Court’s decision to reject the Trump administration’s appeal of a lower court ruling regarding DACA on Monday.
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East Bay Sanctuary Covenant refugee rights advocate Lily Woo is applying for her third Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival, or DACA, renewal, which will protect her from deportation for another two years. She is able to do so, at least for now, thanks to the Supreme Court’s decision to reject the Trump administration’s appeal of a lower court ruling regarding DACA on Monday.
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Berkeley City Council is considering imposing a tax on vacant storefronts to incentivize property owners to rent out their space.
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Berkeley City Council is considering imposing a tax on vacant storefronts to incentivize property owners to rent out their space.
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