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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

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

Lillian Holmes

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Attitudes toward psychedelic drugs are changing, according to Don Lattin — author, UC Berkeley graduate and one-time psychedelics enthusiast.
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Attitudes toward psychedelic drugs are changing, according to Don Lattin — author, UC Berkeley graduate and one-time psychedelics enthusiast.
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That was my first exposure to American elementary school. I went home and cried and told my mom, “I don’t want to go back.”
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That was my first exposure to American elementary school. I went home and cried and told my mom, “I don’t want to go back.”
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UC Berkeley has a long history of student activism, from the Free Speech Movement to the campaign for divestment from apartheid South Africa.
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UC Berkeley has a long history of student activism, from the Free Speech Movement to the campaign for divestment from apartheid South Africa.
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This is the second in a series of photo essays on the immigrant experience at UC Berkeley.
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This is the second in a series of photo essays on the immigrant experience at UC Berkeley.
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Who decides what gets built? And how do you prioritize construction and maintenance on a campus of about 38,000 students that faces a $150 million budget deficit and is situated smack dab on top of an active fault?
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Who decides what gets built? And how do you prioritize construction and maintenance on a campus of about 38,000 students that faces a $150 million budget deficit and is situated smack dab on top of an active fault?
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Myself, I opposed lawn.
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Myself, I opposed lawn.
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Passersby cheer and I realize that these are people who won.
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Passersby cheer and I realize that these are people who won.
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A federal judge sentenced John Fox, former owner of Berkeley wine shop Premier Cru, to six and a half years in federal prison Wednesday after he was found guilty of defrauding more than 4,000 customers out of about $45 million.
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A federal judge sentenced John Fox, former owner of Berkeley wine shop Premier Cru, to six and a half years in federal prison Wednesday after he was found guilty of defrauding more than 4,000 customers out of about $45 million.
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This week, Em Bohlka, who worked at the Berkeley location of Highwire Coffee Roasters, and Griffin Madden, a campus alumnus and the audience services associate for Cal Performances, were confirmed as victims of the Oakland warehouse fire that took place Friday.
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This week, Em Bohlka, who worked at the Berkeley location of Highwire Coffee Roasters, and Griffin Madden, a campus alumnus and the audience services associate for Cal Performances, were confirmed as victims of the Oakland warehouse fire that took place Friday.
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