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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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

Lillian Dong

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Following widespread criticism of the university’s handling of sexual misconduct allegations, members of the Chancellor’s Senate/Administration Committee on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment hosted a listening session with students Friday to address campuswide concerns regarding policies and sanctions on sexual violence.
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Following widespread criticism of the university’s handling of sexual misconduct allegations, members of the Chancellor’s Senate/Administration Committee on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment hosted a listening session with students Friday to address campuswide concerns regarding policies and sanctions on sexual violence.
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About a year and a half after campus began funding the city as part of a plan to redevelop parts of Telegraph Avenue, the street now features bike racks and murals, with additional fixtures — such as solar-powered compactor trash cans — still to come.
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About a year and a half after campus began funding the city as part of a plan to redevelop parts of Telegraph Avenue, the street now features bike racks and murals, with additional fixtures — such as solar-powered compactor trash cans — still to come.
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Berkeley Public Library’s Board of Library Trustees selected Heidi Dolamore as the new director of library services, filling a roughly three-month vacant seat that has been shrouded in community outcry.
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Berkeley Public Library’s Board of Library Trustees selected Heidi Dolamore as the new director of library services, filling a roughly three-month vacant seat that has been shrouded in community outcry.
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Three new restaurants will be opening on Shattuck Avenue in the next few months, offering a diverse array of cuisines.
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Three new restaurants will be opening on Shattuck Avenue in the next few months, offering a diverse array of cuisines.
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The California State Assembly passed a state Senate bill Thursday that will allow prisoners in Security Housing Units, or SHUs, to be eligible for early release based on good behavior.
The California State Assembly passed a state Senate bill Thursday that will allow prisoners in Security Housing Units, or SHUs, to be eligible for early release based on good behavior.
On July 31, Flour & Co — an American bakery previously located on University Avenue — closed its cafe after opening 10 months ago.
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On July 31, Flour & Co — an American bakery previously located on University Avenue — closed its cafe after opening 10 months ago.
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On July 19, the Alameda County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to ban fracking in the county — the first county in the Bay Area to pass an ordinance to do so.
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On July 19, the Alameda County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to ban fracking in the county — the first county in the Bay Area to pass an ordinance to do so.
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Noemi Elias is a rising senior at UC Berkeley majoring in social welfare, who hopes to be an immigration lawyer and eventually a pilot. But these plans may be called into question after new campus policy calls for an earlier deadline on tuition and fees — a situation she cannot afford.
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Noemi Elias is a rising senior at UC Berkeley majoring in social welfare, who hopes to be an immigration lawyer and eventually a pilot. But these plans may be called into question after new campus policy calls for an earlier deadline on tuition and fees — a situation she cannot afford.
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On Wednesday, University Lutheran Chapel held a press conference and ritual blessing to inaugurate a new apartment for immigrants facing a deportation order and seeking sanctuary.
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On Wednesday, University Lutheran Chapel held a press conference and ritual blessing to inaugurate a new apartment for immigrants facing a deportation order and seeking sanctuary.
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At its Thursday meeting, the UC Board of Regents revised policy relating to senior management personnel in the UC system engaging in outside professional activities and approved increases in salaries for certain personnel, including UC Berkeley Chancellor Nicholas Dirks along with eight other UC chancellors.
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At its Thursday meeting, the UC Board of Regents revised policy relating to senior management personnel in the UC system engaging in outside professional activities and approved increases in salaries for certain personnel, including UC Berkeley Chancellor Nicholas Dirks along with eight other UC chancellors.
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