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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Marc Escobar

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Mayor Jesse Arreguín announced Thursday that the city of Berkeley has reached a deal with La Quinta Inn to provide rooms for the homeless population during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Mayor Jesse Arreguín announced Thursday that the city of Berkeley has reached a deal with La Quinta Inn to provide rooms for the homeless population during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Researchers at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health will conduct a study to better understand the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, in the Bay Area and its effect on social distancing strategies.
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Researchers at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health will conduct a study to better understand the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, in the Bay Area and its effect on social distancing strategies.
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Delhi Diner, a popular Indian restaurant in Albany, will be opening a location in Berkeley on Telegraph Avenue to serve the student population. According to owners, the restaurant has made its mark in Albany and wants to bring a “fresh and affordable menu” to campus students.
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Delhi Diner, a popular Indian restaurant in Albany, will be opening a location in Berkeley on Telegraph Avenue to serve the student population. According to owners, the restaurant has made its mark in Albany and wants to bring a “fresh and affordable menu” to campus students.
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U.S. Sens. Kamala Harris and Mazie Hirono, along with U.S. Reps. Judy Chu, Raúl Grijalva and Lou Correa, have ushered legislation to ensure that “vulnerable communities” have access to health care and resources during the COVID-19, or the novel coronavirus, pandemic.
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U.S. Sens. Kamala Harris and Mazie Hirono, along with U.S. Reps. Judy Chu, Raúl Grijalva and Lou Correa, have ushered legislation to ensure that “vulnerable communities” have access to health care and resources during the COVID-19, or the novel coronavirus, pandemic.
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Campus junior Augusto Gonzalez aims to promote sustainability, cheaper transportation and financial wellness, among others, at UC Berkeley as a candidate for ASUC external affairs vice president, or EAVP, ASUC Senate and transfer representative.
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Campus junior Augusto Gonzalez aims to promote sustainability, cheaper transportation and financial wellness, among others, at UC Berkeley as a candidate for ASUC external affairs vice president, or EAVP, ASUC Senate and transfer representative.
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The decision to remove the encampment was initially made by the city manager, but the decision has since been reversed. Instead, K-rails are to be placed to protect the encampment’s residents from vehicles.
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The decision to remove the encampment was initially made by the city manager, but the decision has since been reversed. Instead, K-rails are to be placed to protect the encampment’s residents from vehicles.
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UC Berkeley graduate students in the department of African American studies released a letter to Chancellor Carol Christ, claiming they are ready to strike if the administration fails to meet the demands of campus organizers in support of a cost of living adjustment by March 6.  
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UC Berkeley graduate students in the department of African American studies released a letter to Chancellor Carol Christ, claiming they are ready to strike if the administration fails to meet the demands of campus organizers in support of a cost of living adjustment by March 6.  
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BART conducted a quality-of-life enforcement demographic study that was released Feb. 21. The report was requested by BART director Janice Li to analyze potential disparities in quality-of-life enforcement between racial demographics.
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BART conducted a quality-of-life enforcement demographic study that was released Feb. 21. The report was requested by BART director Janice Li to analyze potential disparities in quality-of-life enforcement between racial demographics.
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UC Berkeley Graduate School of Education assistant professor Travis Bristol is working to increase diversity in the teaching workforce within communities of color to match the student populations it teaches.
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UC Berkeley Graduate School of Education assistant professor Travis Bristol is working to increase diversity in the teaching workforce within communities of color to match the student populations it teaches.
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A campuswide email — co-signed by Vice Chancellor of Administration Marc Fisher and Ella Callow, Disability Access and Compliance director — was sent Feb. 12 to update the campus community on the Office of Disability Access and Compliance’s first full year of operations.
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A campuswide email — co-signed by Vice Chancellor of Administration Marc Fisher and Ella Callow, Disability Access and Compliance director — was sent Feb. 12 to update the campus community on the Office of Disability Access and Compliance’s first full year of operations.
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