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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

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Leon Chen

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Amigo, a social networking app intended to help students connect and make friends during the COVID-19 pandemic, was released to Berkeley students Sunday.
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Amigo, a social networking app intended to help students connect and make friends during the COVID-19 pandemic, was released to Berkeley students Sunday.
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About two million California residents were behind on rent payments in August, a UC Berkeley study by campus professor Carolina Reid estimated.
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About two million California residents were behind on rent payments in August, a UC Berkeley study by campus professor Carolina Reid estimated.
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COVID-19 rates are once again rising in Berkeley and Alameda County, with 195 patients hospitalized in Alameda County, 58 of which are in intensive care units, as of Wednesday.
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COVID-19 rates are once again rising in Berkeley and Alameda County, with 195 patients hospitalized in Alameda County, 58 of which are in intensive care units, as of Wednesday.
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Campus officials announced Wednesday that Barrows Hall and LeConte Hall will be unnamed due to the racist history behind their namesakes.
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Campus officials announced Wednesday that Barrows Hall and LeConte Hall will be unnamed due to the racist history behind their namesakes.
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Research shows that life expectancies are declining in the United States, with richer Americans’ life expectancies plateauing.
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Research shows that life expectancies are declining in the United States, with richer Americans’ life expectancies plateauing.
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Researchers from UC Berkeley, among other institutions, have found that magnetic data stored on computer chips could be switched quickly, opening up opportunities for future computer chip memory.
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Researchers from UC Berkeley, among other institutions, have found that magnetic data stored on computer chips could be switched quickly, opening up opportunities for future computer chip memory.
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Proposition 16, which would have allowed the consideration of race and sex in public university admissions and state employment, failed in this year’s election, drawing criticism from student activists and community members of the UC system.
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Proposition 16, which would have allowed the consideration of race and sex in public university admissions and state employment, failed in this year’s election, drawing criticism from student activists and community members of the UC system.
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Richard Calendar, a UC Berkeley professor in the department of molecular and cell biology, or MCB, died Oct. 10 at the age of 80.
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Richard Calendar, a UC Berkeley professor in the department of molecular and cell biology, or MCB, died Oct. 10 at the age of 80.
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The UC system has partnered with two energy companies to construct a biomethane plant and solar array to help bring it closer to its carbon neutrality goal by 2025.
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The UC system has partnered with two energy companies to construct a biomethane plant and solar array to help bring it closer to its carbon neutrality goal by 2025.
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Campus officials are planning to begin a program in late October as part of an effort to introduce more in-person instructional activities.
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Campus officials are planning to begin a program in late October as part of an effort to introduce more in-person instructional activities.
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