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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 08, 2022

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The streets of Berkeley are decorated with mysterious, witty stories. It’s difficult to say goodbye to this story-filled city.
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The streets of Berkeley are decorated with mysterious, witty stories. It’s difficult to say goodbye to this story-filled city.
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David Wake, a widely-loved and respected UC Berkeley professor emeritus of integrative biology and the world’s leading salamander expert, died April 29 at the age of 84.
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David Wake, a widely-loved and respected UC Berkeley professor emeritus of integrative biology and the world’s leading salamander expert, died April 29 at the age of 84.
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Beginning their terms as the UC system emerged from the financial crisis of 2008 and ending amid a pandemic, George Kieffer and Charlene Zettel retired from the UC Board of Regents in March after a 12-year career.
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Beginning their terms as the UC system emerged from the financial crisis of 2008 and ending amid a pandemic, George Kieffer and Charlene Zettel retired from the UC Board of Regents in March after a 12-year career.
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Park advocates and the UC system have collided over People's Park for nearly as long as the park itself has been around, marking decades of struggle over the land.
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Park advocates and the UC system have collided over People's Park for nearly as long as the park itself has been around, marking decades of struggle over the land.
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When the pandemic hit, UC Berkeley researchers rose in legions to respond to the crisis by studying the virus and its impacts in their areas of expertise.
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When the pandemic hit, UC Berkeley researchers rose in legions to respond to the crisis by studying the virus and its impacts in their areas of expertise.
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With California bringing educators to the forefront of COVID-19 vaccination distribution, all UC employees are now eligible for the vaccination, including student employees and educators.
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With California bringing educators to the forefront of COVID-19 vaccination distribution, all UC employees are now eligible for the vaccination, including student employees and educators.
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Dozens of tents, hammocks strewn up between redwoods, park regulars and student activists currently encompass the landscape of People’s Park. In the midst of this is an ongoing controversy over UC Berkeley’s plan to develop the area, resulting in protests and retaliation.
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Dozens of tents, hammocks strewn up between redwoods, park regulars and student activists currently encompass the landscape of People’s Park. In the midst of this is an ongoing controversy over UC Berkeley’s plan to develop the area, resulting in protests and retaliation.
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UC Berkeley students have been occupying People’s Park since Monday in hopes of pressuring the campus to stop its plans to build housing on the park.
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UC Berkeley students have been occupying People’s Park since Monday in hopes of pressuring the campus to stop its plans to build housing on the park.
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The city of Berkeley, UC Berkeley and Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, have several virtual events planned to celebrate Black History Month, allowing community members to educate themselves on Black history.
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The city of Berkeley, UC Berkeley and Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, have several virtual events planned to celebrate Black History Month, allowing community members to educate themselves on Black history.
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