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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 28, 2022

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Marie Bellevue

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I didn’t know that my discomfort was valid, and I always viewed myself as the problem. I didn’t know that I got to choose who had a right to my body.
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I didn’t know that my discomfort was valid, and I always viewed myself as the problem. I didn’t know that I got to choose who had a right to my body.
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Berkeley City Council discussed a budget update for fiscal year 2021 and unanimously passed the Annual Appropriations Ordinance at its regular Zoom meeting Tuesday.
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Berkeley City Council discussed a budget update for fiscal year 2021 and unanimously passed the Annual Appropriations Ordinance at its regular Zoom meeting Tuesday.
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The Berkeley Conversation series hosted a livestream Thursday to discuss differing opinions regarding COVID-19’s effect on international higher education.
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The Berkeley Conversation series hosted a livestream Thursday to discuss differing opinions regarding COVID-19’s effect on international higher education.
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As part of UC Berkeley’s virtual conversation series, campus faculty discussed ways to understand and seek equity during the coronavirus pandemic.
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As part of UC Berkeley’s virtual conversation series, campus faculty discussed ways to understand and seek equity during the coronavirus pandemic.
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UC Berkeley alumna Jennifer Prah Ruger is using her experience in researching the differences between health-focused public policies to discuss global health equity — or fair access to health resources — during pandemics.
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UC Berkeley alumna Jennifer Prah Ruger is using her experience in researching the differences between health-focused public policies to discuss global health equity — or fair access to health resources — during pandemics.
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The “Berkeley Conversations: COVID-19” series hosted a livestream Friday to discuss the economic impact of and human solutions to the coronavirus pandemic, with some of the nation's leading economists and policy experts.
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The “Berkeley Conversations: COVID-19” series hosted a livestream Friday to discuss the economic impact of and human solutions to the coronavirus pandemic, with some of the nation's leading economists and policy experts.
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According to the UC Office of the President, career staff and academic employees are both covered in the UC administration's announcement from last week that there will not be layoffs during the COVID-19 pandemic through June 30.
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According to the UC Office of the President, career staff and academic employees are both covered in the UC administration's announcement from last week that there will not be layoffs during the COVID-19 pandemic through June 30.
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Campus junior Connor Kubeisy recently announced his campaign for ASUC Senate, running as an independent in hopes of remedying what he considers a lack of politically moderate voices in the senate.
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Campus junior Connor Kubeisy recently announced his campaign for ASUC Senate, running as an independent in hopes of remedying what he considers a lack of politically moderate voices in the senate.
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Grocery stores in California have implemented special hours for people deemed to be more vulnerable to COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus. On March 17, Whole Foods Market announced that it will be opening one hour early to service customers ages 60 and above.
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Grocery stores in California have implemented special hours for people deemed to be more vulnerable to COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus. On March 17, Whole Foods Market announced that it will be opening one hour early to service customers ages 60 and above.
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Democratic incumbent Buffy Wicks currently takes the lead with a majority of the votes, while the race between Republican candidate Jeanne Solnordal and independent candidate Sara Brink for the second spot in the general election remains close.
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Democratic incumbent Buffy Wicks currently takes the lead with a majority of the votes, while the race between Republican candidate Jeanne Solnordal and independent candidate Sara Brink for the second spot in the general election remains close.
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