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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 19, 2022

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Mia Scher

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The Tang Center and the Disabled Students’ Program, or DSP, are offering primarily remote services despite campus resuming in-person activities.
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The Tang Center and the Disabled Students’ Program, or DSP, are offering primarily remote services despite campus resuming in-person activities.
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Richmond Sarpong from the College of Chemistry received the 2021 Edward Leete Award for his research and teachings within the field of organic chemistry.
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Richmond Sarpong from the College of Chemistry received the 2021 Edward Leete Award for his research and teachings within the field of organic chemistry.
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In early May, the Harvard Data Science Review, or HDSR, assessed UC Berkeley’s leadership in the field of data science and UC Berkeley Division of Computing, Data Science, and Society, or CDSS.
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In early May, the Harvard Data Science Review, or HDSR, assessed UC Berkeley’s leadership in the field of data science and UC Berkeley Division of Computing, Data Science, and Society, or CDSS.
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Technology developed by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab, and University of Massachusetts, Amherst scientists and engineers can possibly reduce microplastic pollution in landfills and oceans through a process of refining compostable plastic.
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Technology developed by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab, and University of Massachusetts, Amherst scientists and engineers can possibly reduce microplastic pollution in landfills and oceans through a process of refining compostable plastic.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a slew of new life adjustments for everyone during the global shutdown. Among these changes is a repopularized hobby taken up by many Berkeley residents: biking. 
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The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a slew of new life adjustments for everyone during the global shutdown. Among these changes is a repopularized hobby taken up by many Berkeley residents: biking. 
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More than $667 million in federal funding will support local affordable housing programs and projects across California, as announced Thursday by U.S. Sen. Alex Padilla, D-California. The city of Berkeley is receiving about $2.7 million of the funding. 
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More than $667 million in federal funding will support local affordable housing programs and projects across California, as announced Thursday by U.S. Sen. Alex Padilla, D-California. The city of Berkeley is receiving about $2.7 million of the funding. 
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Berkeley City Council convened for its regular meeting Tuesday evening to provide updates on the city’s Reimagining Public Safety Task Force and discuss the financing of the Harriet Tubman Terrace apartments.
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Berkeley City Council convened for its regular meeting Tuesday evening to provide updates on the city’s Reimagining Public Safety Task Force and discuss the financing of the Harriet Tubman Terrace apartments.
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Student well-being, accountability in communication and nonpartisanship are a few things Era Goel is prioritizing in her campaign to be the next ASUC Student Advocate.
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Student well-being, accountability in communication and nonpartisanship are a few things Era Goel is prioritizing in her campaign to be the next ASUC Student Advocate.
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Berkeley community members and campus students reflected on the impacts of President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package, which was signed into law Thursday.
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Berkeley community members and campus students reflected on the impacts of President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package, which was signed into law Thursday.
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