BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 03, 2022

Nico Correia

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A UC Berkeley alumnus filed candidacy for Berkeley City Council District 7 on Monday, making him the youngest candidate thus far in the council race.
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A UC Berkeley alumnus filed candidacy for Berkeley City Council District 7 on Monday, making him the youngest candidate thus far in the council race.
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In the coming months, Berkeley Unified School District plans to release a report regarding an issue that has come to the forefront of national concern: school safety.
In the coming months, Berkeley Unified School District plans to release a report regarding an issue that has come to the forefront of national concern: school safety.
At Tuesday’s Berkeley city council meeting, the community will introduce five proposals regarding a particular area of concern: the use of dental amalgam, which contains mercury, in dental fillings.
At Tuesday’s Berkeley city council meeting, the community will introduce five proposals regarding a particular area of concern: the use of dental amalgam, which contains mercury, in dental fillings.
Berkeley City Council agreed on Tuesday night to further assess a proposal for a new homeless housing project that has been both hailed as visionary and denounced as dangerous.
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Berkeley City Council agreed on Tuesday night to further assess a proposal for a new homeless housing project that has been both hailed as visionary and denounced as dangerous.
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The Panhellenic Council’s 13 member sororities saw one of their largest recruitments at UC Berkeley this fall, with the 835 women expressing interest in joining a house — an increase of 160 over last year.
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The Panhellenic Council’s 13 member sororities saw one of their largest recruitments at UC Berkeley this fall, with the 835 women expressing interest in joining a house — an increase of 160 over last year.
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The Albany Bulb, a piece of land jutting into the bay north of the Berkeley Marina, has been many things: landfill, park, art installation and, dating back to the 1990s, a home to those without one.
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The Albany Bulb, a piece of land jutting into the bay north of the Berkeley Marina, has been many things: landfill, park, art installation and, dating back to the 1990s, a home to those without one.
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At first glance, language in UC Berkeley’s student health insurance plan appears to exclude injuries incurred during riot participation. The clause, nestled in the plan’s benefit booklet, was mistakenly included when the campus entered into a contract with a new health insurance provider, Aetna, this summer.
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At first glance, language in UC Berkeley’s student health insurance plan appears to exclude injuries incurred during riot participation. The clause, nestled in the plan’s benefit booklet, was mistakenly included when the campus entered into a contract with a new health insurance provider, Aetna, this summer.
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The last several years have seen an uptick in alcohol-related illnesses during and following residence hall move-in weekend. In 2012, UCPD responded to five alcohol-related illnesses during move-in weekend.
The last several years have seen an uptick in alcohol-related illnesses during and following residence hall move-in weekend. In 2012, UCPD responded to five alcohol-related illnesses during move-in weekend.
She follows in the footstep of Mark Zuckerberg and the co-founders of Google, yet she is no millionaire tech CEO. Rather she is the Innovation Director of the UC Berkeley Blum Center for Developing Economies.
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She follows in the footstep of Mark Zuckerberg and the co-founders of Google, yet she is no millionaire tech CEO. Rather she is the Innovation Director of the UC Berkeley Blum Center for Developing Economies.
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