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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 04, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!

Maya Eliahou

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It begins with the shivers The pacing Raw arms, racing heart, tapping, screaming, sweating, eyes dart, room spins and the volume of the world increases to a pulsing nightmare.
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It begins with the shivers The pacing Raw arms, racing heart, tapping, screaming, sweating, eyes dart, room spins and the volume of the world increases to a pulsing nightmare.
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Not everyone has their life figured out at 10 years old, but I liked to think of myself as an exception. It was fifth grade, and I’d just learned a new word: “ethnobotany.”
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Not everyone has their life figured out at 10 years old, but I liked to think of myself as an exception. It was fifth grade, and I’d just learned a new word: “ethnobotany.”
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When polls open across the country Tuesday morning, more than 7,700 newly registered UC Berkeley students will be casting their ballots in the local, state and national elections.
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When polls open across the country Tuesday morning, more than 7,700 newly registered UC Berkeley students will be casting their ballots in the local, state and national elections.
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The rain stopped just in time Friday night for Votechella, a musical event aimed at registering student voters that was co-sponsored by ASUC SUPERB, the Residence Hall Assembly and ASUC Office of the External Affairs Vice President.
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The rain stopped just in time Friday night for Votechella, a musical event aimed at registering student voters that was co-sponsored by ASUC SUPERB, the Residence Hall Assembly and ASUC Office of the External Affairs Vice President.
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Months after then-UC Berkeley student Khairuldeen Makhzoomi was removed from a Southwest Airlines flight after a fellow passenger overheard him speaking Arabic, a civil rights advocacy group has filed a complaint against the airline alleging racial and religious profiling.
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Months after then-UC Berkeley student Khairuldeen Makhzoomi was removed from a Southwest Airlines flight after a fellow passenger overheard him speaking Arabic, a civil rights advocacy group has filed a complaint against the airline alleging racial and religious profiling.
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Gutierrez could have accessed the care he required, but said he was never given the information he needed to navigate after-hour health emergencies with a university health insurance plan.
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Gutierrez could have accessed the care he required, but said he was never given the information he needed to navigate after-hour health emergencies with a university health insurance plan.
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The Bay Area Trauma Recovery Clinic will open its doors in Berkeley on Thursday to individuals suffering from post traumatic stress disorder and other forms of trauma.
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The Bay Area Trauma Recovery Clinic will open its doors in Berkeley on Thursday to individuals suffering from post traumatic stress disorder and other forms of trauma.
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