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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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When COVID-19 shut off the music through its quarantines and many retreated in their homes, nature's menagerie of life seemed to occupy new spaces. 
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When COVID-19 shut off the music through its quarantines and many retreated in their homes, nature's menagerie of life seemed to occupy new spaces. 
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Berkeley is sprouting with eucalyptus trees. Approximately 1,250 of these evergreen giants spread their roots in the north, posing a fire risk to the city.
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Berkeley is sprouting with eucalyptus trees. Approximately 1,250 of these evergreen giants spread their roots in the north, posing a fire risk to the city.
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Humans have increasingly encroached on nature, settling in wildfire prone areas. Combined with a history of fire suppression and anthropogenic spark ignitions, these ingredients form a recipe for wildfires amid continued climate change.
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Humans have increasingly encroached on nature, settling in wildfire prone areas. Combined with a history of fire suppression and anthropogenic spark ignitions, these ingredients form a recipe for wildfires amid continued climate change.
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Florida's Parental Rights in Education law limits instruction about sexual orientation and gender identity. While students in Berkeley don’t anticipate similar actions in their state, some regard it as a warning.
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Florida's Parental Rights in Education law limits instruction about sexual orientation and gender identity. While students in Berkeley don’t anticipate similar actions in their state, some regard it as a warning.
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At a mostly Asian and white institution such as UC Berkeley, the scarcity of Black students compounds pressures, leading to mental health struggles.
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At a mostly Asian and white institution such as UC Berkeley, the scarcity of Black students compounds pressures, leading to mental health struggles.
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Amid the flurry of hellos exchanged by students and instructors is a general misconception about disability, according to campus graduate student Rosa Enriquez.
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Amid the flurry of hellos exchanged by students and instructors is a general misconception about disability, according to campus graduate student Rosa Enriquez.
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Amid national labor market disruptions and employee departures, DSP is experiencing a shortage of specialist staff resulting in accommodation delays for students.
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Amid national labor market disruptions and employee departures, DSP is experiencing a shortage of specialist staff resulting in accommodation delays for students.
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In a time of unknowns and uncertainties, many students with disabilities desire hybrid instruction, not as an accommodation, but rather as a matter of ensuring public health.
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In a time of unknowns and uncertainties, many students with disabilities desire hybrid instruction, not as an accommodation, but rather as a matter of ensuring public health.
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With the resurgence of in-person instruction, many students with disabilities are feeling COVID-19’s presence encroaching on their lives.
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With the resurgence of in-person instruction, many students with disabilities are feeling COVID-19’s presence encroaching on their lives.
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Amid continued safety concerns, UC Berkeley enforced three COVID-19 related housing protocols as several thousand students moved in last week.
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Amid continued safety concerns, UC Berkeley enforced three COVID-19 related housing protocols as several thousand students moved in last week.
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