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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 28, 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 reported case of vandalism occurred at Zellerbach on March 23 after an employee reported two floor-to-ceiling windows and a display case broken, according to UCPD Sgt. Thomas Wing. 
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A reported case of vandalism occurred at Zellerbach on March 23 after an employee reported two floor-to-ceiling windows and a display case broken, according to UCPD Sgt. Thomas Wing. 
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A resident was shot near Ninth Street and Heinz Avenue in front of Berkeley Bowl shoppers at around 2:50 p.m. Saturday evening, according to BPD Lt. Chris Bonaventure.
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A resident was shot near Ninth Street and Heinz Avenue in front of Berkeley Bowl shoppers at around 2:50 p.m. Saturday evening, according to BPD Lt. Chris Bonaventure.
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Doe Library and Main Stacks will extend hours, remaining open until 2 a.m. starting March 28, according to a UC Berkeley Library announcement. 
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Doe Library and Main Stacks will extend hours, remaining open until 2 a.m. starting March 28, according to a UC Berkeley Library announcement. 
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After a year and a half of working behind the scenes in the ASUC, Anjali Jogia-Sattar is now running for the ASUC Senate as the South-Asian-endorsed senator. 
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After a year and a half of working behind the scenes in the ASUC, Anjali Jogia-Sattar is now running for the ASUC Senate as the South-Asian-endorsed senator. 
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The AC Transit Board of Directors voted to implement a mandatory vaccination policy for employees with no alternative testing option, according to a March 16 press release.
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The AC Transit Board of Directors voted to implement a mandatory vaccination policy for employees with no alternative testing option, according to a March 16 press release.
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While seeing dancing on campus was his invitation to join a group, the outdoor practices are a part of a greater challenge to campus’ dance community. At the start of the fall 2021 semester, the ASUC stopped covering the cost of dance studios in the Hearst Memorial Gymnasium, where groups would traditionally book rooms to practice, according to Ponna. 
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While seeing dancing on campus was his invitation to join a group, the outdoor practices are a part of a greater challenge to campus’ dance community. At the start of the fall 2021 semester, the ASUC stopped covering the cost of dance studios in the Hearst Memorial Gymnasium, where groups would traditionally book rooms to practice, according to Ponna. 
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Students and faculty are being evacuated from the "faculty side" of the Haas School of Business after a water main reportedly ruptured at 2:21 p.m., according to UCPD Sgt. Jacob Westley.
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Students and faculty are being evacuated from the "faculty side" of the Haas School of Business after a water main reportedly ruptured at 2:21 p.m., according to UCPD Sgt. Jacob Westley.
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UC Berkeley announced a lift of mask requirements in most indoor settings on campus starting Feb. 28, according to a campuswide email.
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UC Berkeley announced a lift of mask requirements in most indoor settings on campus starting Feb. 28, according to a campuswide email.
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At approximately 11:25 p.m., a BART train on the Orange-N line stopped between the MacArthur and Ashby Stations after a man was struck by the train.
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At approximately 11:25 p.m., a BART train on the Orange-N line stopped between the MacArthur and Ashby Stations after a man was struck by the train.
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After several calls at approximately 12:30 p.m., BPD arrested a man on the corner of Telegraph Avenue and Haste Street following reports of alleged fighting and possible involvement of a gun, according to BPD spokesperson Byron White.
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After several calls at approximately 12:30 p.m., BPD arrested a man on the corner of Telegraph Avenue and Haste Street following reports of alleged fighting and possible involvement of a gun, according to BPD spokesperson Byron White.
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