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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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The letter was written in response to an impasse in negotiations between Elsevier and the UC. The letter states that the signatories will only resume their relationships with Cell Press when an appropriate resolution has been made.
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The letter was written in response to an impasse in negotiations between Elsevier and the UC. The letter states that the signatories will only resume their relationships with Cell Press when an appropriate resolution has been made.
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After the revisions, words such as “craftsmen” and “manhole” will be replaced with nongendered terms such as “craftspeople” and “maintenance hole,” respectively.
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After the revisions, words such as “craftsmen” and “manhole” will be replaced with nongendered terms such as “craftspeople” and “maintenance hole,” respectively.
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Sunday Streets is a part of the international Open Streets Project, which aims to shut down high-traffic areas for the enjoyment of the public. Berkeley’s street festivities included a family Bastille Day celebration, the second annual Downtown Berkeley Pet Parade, and Cornerfest, an outdoor music concert hosted by Cornerstone Craft Beer & Live Music.
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Sunday Streets is a part of the international Open Streets Project, which aims to shut down high-traffic areas for the enjoyment of the public. Berkeley’s street festivities included a family Bastille Day celebration, the second annual Downtown Berkeley Pet Parade, and Cornerfest, an outdoor music concert hosted by Cornerstone Craft Beer & Live Music.
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An estimated 100,000 people are expected to flank Market Street in San Francisco on Sunday, as about 50,000 participants will march from Embarcadero to the Civic Center in the Pride parade.
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An estimated 100,000 people are expected to flank Market Street in San Francisco on Sunday, as about 50,000 participants will march from Embarcadero to the Civic Center in the Pride parade.
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California Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced an $11 million settlement against AutoZone Inc. on Tuesday for violating state laws regarding the placement of hazardous waste and mishandling customer information.
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California Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced an $11 million settlement against AutoZone Inc. on Tuesday for violating state laws regarding the placement of hazardous waste and mishandling customer information.
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