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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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Matt Brown

Executive News Editor

Matt Brown is the executive news editor for summer 2022. He joined the news department in Fall 2020 and has worked as the lead city government reporter for two terms and lead schools and communities reporter for one term. Contact him at [email protected] or on Twitter @maattttbrown

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A 35 year-old Berkeley man was charged Wednesday with trafficking a minor and pimping, according to a Mercury News report.
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A 35 year-old Berkeley man was charged Wednesday with trafficking a minor and pimping, according to a Mercury News report.
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The monkeypox vaccine supply in the Bay Area is running low as cases uptick, according to a Mercury News report.
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The monkeypox vaccine supply in the Bay Area is running low as cases uptick, according to a Mercury News report.
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A hate crime was reported at Golden Bear Cafe at 12:25 p.m., according to a UC Berkeley WarnMe notification. 
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A hate crime was reported at Golden Bear Cafe at 12:25 p.m., according to a UC Berkeley WarnMe notification. 
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Berkeley Police Department arrested a Berkeley High School, or BHS, student June 15 on a charge of sexual assault.
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Berkeley Police Department arrested a Berkeley High School, or BHS, student June 15 on a charge of sexual assault.
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Display cases in the lobby of Doe Library reflect more than 150 years of The Daily Californian’s history — from its inception as an campus-affiliated paper to the independent, student-run publication known today. 
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Display cases in the lobby of Doe Library reflect more than 150 years of The Daily Californian’s history — from its inception as an campus-affiliated paper to the independent, student-run publication known today. 
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The ASUC Offices of the President and Executive Vice President will combine offices for the 2022-23 academic year to achieve their joint goals more efficiently.
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The ASUC Offices of the President and Executive Vice President will combine offices for the 2022-23 academic year to achieve their joint goals more efficiently.
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The San Francisco Pride Parade returned Sunday after two years of pandemic cancellations and community members representing UC Berkeley and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab, joined the march down Market Street.
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The San Francisco Pride Parade returned Sunday after two years of pandemic cancellations and community members representing UC Berkeley and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab, joined the march down Market Street.
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The United States Supreme Court effectively overturned Roe v. Wade in a decision on Saturday, dissolving a precedented constitutional right to abortion access at the federal level.
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The United States Supreme Court effectively overturned Roe v. Wade in a decision on Saturday, dissolving a precedented constitutional right to abortion access at the federal level.
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From the intersections of Martin Luther King Jr. Way and Wooley Street to Adeline and Alcatraz, Berkeley and Oakland residents took the streets for the 35th annual Berkeley Juneteenth Festival on Saturday. 
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From the intersections of Martin Luther King Jr. Way and Wooley Street to Adeline and Alcatraz, Berkeley and Oakland residents took the streets for the 35th annual Berkeley Juneteenth Festival on Saturday. 
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Campus and city officials have begun moving People’s Park residents into transitional housing, leaving the Southside neighborhood with the sight of an emptier park than usual.
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Campus and city officials have begun moving People’s Park residents into transitional housing, leaving the Southside neighborhood with the sight of an emptier park than usual.
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