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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 25, 2023

Year! Review! Read our 2022 Year in Retrospect Issue!

Maya Jimenez

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Berkeley City Council heavily debated citywide affordable housing requirements at its weekly meeting Jan. 17. With intensive deliberations, the council approved item 21 with certain revisions proposed by staff. 
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Berkeley City Council heavily debated citywide affordable housing requirements at its weekly meeting Jan. 17. With intensive deliberations, the council approved item 21 with certain revisions proposed by staff. 
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As a month of heavy rainfall and cold weather continue, houseless individuals face an onslaught of foreseen challenges. 
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As a month of heavy rainfall and cold weather continue, houseless individuals face an onslaught of foreseen challenges. 
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Berkeley City Council began its meeting Tuesday with a recognition of outgoing City Councilmember Lori Droste. Representing District 8, Droste announced in May that she would not be pursuing a third term.
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Berkeley City Council began its meeting Tuesday with a recognition of outgoing City Councilmember Lori Droste. Representing District 8, Droste announced in May that she would not be pursuing a third term.
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After two days of protests, UC Berkeley graduate and undergraduate students continue to strike in protest of unfair labor practices as of Wednesday, moving between picket lines around campus.
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After two days of protests, UC Berkeley graduate and undergraduate students continue to strike in protest of unfair labor practices as of Wednesday, moving between picket lines around campus.
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ASUC was met with urges from the public to denounce anti-semitism during their weekly meeting Wednesday night. 
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ASUC was met with urges from the public to denounce anti-semitism during their weekly meeting Wednesday night. 
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For Rich Jaroslovsky, vice president of content for Smart News and adjunct faculty in the campus media studies department, there is one big question in terms of media presence in today’s elections:
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For Rich Jaroslovsky, vice president of content for Smart News and adjunct faculty in the campus media studies department, there is one big question in terms of media presence in today’s elections:
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A proposal that would make ethnic studies an A-G requirement for California schools has been formally on the table since October 2020. Now two years later, the discussion continues with a working group assigned to tackle implementation concerns in July.
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A proposal that would make ethnic studies an A-G requirement for California schools has been formally on the table since October 2020. Now two years later, the discussion continues with a working group assigned to tackle implementation concerns in July.
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Since the early 1990s, Juan Francisco Esteva Martínez has dealt with retaining heritage and culture everywhere he goes, including at UC Berkeley. 
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Since the early 1990s, Juan Francisco Esteva Martínez has dealt with retaining heritage and culture everywhere he goes, including at UC Berkeley. 
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Since the formation of UC Berkeley’s division of Computing, Data Science and Society, or CDSS, students and faculty alike have urged for the establishment their own physical place on campus.
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Since the formation of UC Berkeley’s division of Computing, Data Science and Society, or CDSS, students and faculty alike have urged for the establishment their own physical place on campus.
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The League of Women Voters of Berkeley Albany Emeryville hosted a candidacy forum Thursday for Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board candidates.
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The League of Women Voters of Berkeley Albany Emeryville hosted a candidacy forum Thursday for Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board candidates.
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