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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 29, 2023

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

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The total solar eclipse will be the first to stretch across the United States in almost 100 years, and the country’s first total solar eclipse since 1991.
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The total solar eclipse will be the first to stretch across the United States in almost 100 years, and the country’s first total solar eclipse since 1991.
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Since Measure T1, a plan to improve Berkeley’s infrastructure, passed in November, the city has begun repaving its roads, with future plans to renovate senior and recreation centers, parks, sidewalks, storm drains and streets.
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Since Measure T1, a plan to improve Berkeley’s infrastructure, passed in November, the city has begun repaving its roads, with future plans to renovate senior and recreation centers, parks, sidewalks, storm drains and streets.
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A fire which broke out at the intersection of Grizzly Peak Boulevard and Fish Ranch Road in the Berkeley Hills yesterday is currently 50 percent contained, according to Oakland Fire Department Battalion Chief Melinda Drayton.
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A fire which broke out at the intersection of Grizzly Peak Boulevard and Fish Ranch Road in the Berkeley Hills yesterday is currently 50 percent contained, according to Oakland Fire Department Battalion Chief Melinda Drayton.
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There is a cycle where young tennis players rise into the spotlight by defeating tennis veterans time after time in grand slams. The most recent cycle had ended until the Williams sisters rose into the scene and completely dominated their opponents. Serena, then 17, defeated Hingis, who was once a part of the younger generation but in that match was the tennis veteran.
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There is a cycle where young tennis players rise into the spotlight by defeating tennis veterans time after time in grand slams. The most recent cycle had ended until the Williams sisters rose into the scene and completely dominated their opponents. Serena, then 17, defeated Hingis, who was once a part of the younger generation but in that match was the tennis veteran.
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Dr. Marina Ratner, a professor emeritus in the campus’s math department, died July 7. Ratner was 78.
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Dr. Marina Ratner, a professor emeritus in the campus’s math department, died July 7. Ratner was 78.
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Gene Brucker, a professor emeritus in the campus’s history department, died in Emeryville on July 9. Brucker was 92.
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Gene Brucker, a professor emeritus in the campus’s history department, died in Emeryville on July 9. Brucker was 92.
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Joshu-Ya Brasserie, once a popular Japanese sushi restaurant on Dwight Way off Telegraph Avenue, has closed and reopened as Kyushu Ramen.
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Joshu-Ya Brasserie, once a popular Japanese sushi restaurant on Dwight Way off Telegraph Avenue, has closed and reopened as Kyushu Ramen.
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Lily Zhang, a junior at Cal, has won the 2017 SuperMicro US National Table Tennis Championships, becoming the fourth woman to win the table tennis national women’s singles championship four times.
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Lily Zhang, a junior at Cal, has won the 2017 SuperMicro US National Table Tennis Championships, becoming the fourth woman to win the table tennis national women’s singles championship four times.
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Maker’s Common, a new cheese and charcuterie market and restaurant, is set to open Thursday on University Ave.
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Maker’s Common, a new cheese and charcuterie market and restaurant, is set to open Thursday on University Ave.
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