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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Natalie Lu

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As the federal eviction moratorium issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, comes closer to its expiration, bringing concerns of evictions, researchers have been looking into how deep of an issue rent debt during the pandemic has been across the United States.
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As the federal eviction moratorium issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, comes closer to its expiration, bringing concerns of evictions, researchers have been looking into how deep of an issue rent debt during the pandemic has been across the United States.
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The pandemic and resulting year-long course of online instruction have thrust GSIs into a new realm of challenges, trying to preserve educational aspects of in-person instruction while creating accommodations for students.
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The pandemic and resulting year-long course of online instruction have thrust GSIs into a new realm of challenges, trying to preserve educational aspects of in-person instruction while creating accommodations for students.
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Having spent the last 17 years in the Elmwood district, Mrs. Dalloway’s, beloved bookstore and neighborhood favorite, is now up for sale.
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Having spent the last 17 years in the Elmwood district, Mrs. Dalloway’s, beloved bookstore and neighborhood favorite, is now up for sale.
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As California’s familiar orange skies bring more conversations surrounding climate change solutions, UC Berkeley researchers are continuing to look into the environment from both scientific and social lenses.
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As California’s familiar orange skies bring more conversations surrounding climate change solutions, UC Berkeley researchers are continuing to look into the environment from both scientific and social lenses.
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UC Berkeley public health Professor Emeritus David Starkweather, known for his expertise in hospital mergers and administration, along with his memorable personality, died March 11 at the age of 87.
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UC Berkeley public health Professor Emeritus David Starkweather, known for his expertise in hospital mergers and administration, along with his memorable personality, died March 11 at the age of 87.
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With COVID-19 case rates and hospitalizations continuing to fall and California ramping up its vaccination efforts, the state announced Tuesday that Alameda County has been cleared to enter the orange tier of the state's reopening system.
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With COVID-19 case rates and hospitalizations continuing to fall and California ramping up its vaccination efforts, the state announced Tuesday that Alameda County has been cleared to enter the orange tier of the state's reopening system.
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A fee referendum for UC Berkeley graduate students that would update an existing Graduate Assembly, or GA, fee is set to appear on the 2021 ASUC election ballot.
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A fee referendum for UC Berkeley graduate students that would update an existing Graduate Assembly, or GA, fee is set to appear on the 2021 ASUC election ballot.
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With a new presidential administration in place, the UC system is now welcoming further collaboration with the federal government to take action against climate change.
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With a new presidential administration in place, the UC system is now welcoming further collaboration with the federal government to take action against climate change.
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What the world has seen so far because of the COVID-19 pandemic may just be the tip of the iceberg. According to multiple UC Berkeley professors, the world may see the virus’s impacts for years to come, and in one potential case, the pandemic may not permanently leave at all.
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What the world has seen so far because of the COVID-19 pandemic may just be the tip of the iceberg. According to multiple UC Berkeley professors, the world may see the virus’s impacts for years to come, and in one potential case, the pandemic may not permanently leave at all.
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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to divide opinions across the nation, panelists discussed the ways in which white supremacists have used the pandemic to further their agendas during a Thursday event sponsored by UC Berkeley's Othering and Belonging Institute.
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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to divide opinions across the nation, panelists discussed the ways in which white supremacists have used the pandemic to further their agendas during a Thursday event sponsored by UC Berkeley's Othering and Belonging Institute.
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