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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Nico Correia

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In the days after the violent stabbing of a man protesting the sale of the main Berkeley post office Thursday, protesters have become concerned about the future of their efforts to stop what they describe as the privatization of the building.
In the days after the violent stabbing of a man protesting the sale of the main Berkeley post office Thursday, protesters have become concerned about the future of their efforts to stop what they describe as the privatization of the building.
Christopher Edley, Dean of the UC Berkeley School of Law, will resign from his position on Dec. 31, the campus announced Monday.
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Christopher Edley, Dean of the UC Berkeley School of Law, will resign from his position on Dec. 31, the campus announced Monday.
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MyQuake, a new free iPhone app released by the Berkeley Seismological Lab, intends to shake up the way people think about earthquakes.
MyQuake, a new free iPhone app released by the Berkeley Seismological Lab, intends to shake up the way people think about earthquakes.
The U.S. Postal Regulatory Commission has agreed to hear an appeal filed by Berkeley Mayor Tom Bates protesting the sale of Berkeley's main post office, Bates announced Monday.
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The U.S. Postal Regulatory Commission has agreed to hear an appeal filed by Berkeley Mayor Tom Bates protesting the sale of Berkeley's main post office, Bates announced Monday.
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After laughing and chatting in close knit circles it’s finally time for a group of Nigerian state legislators, in the living room of UC Berkeley's Goldman School of Public Policy, to hear the day’s lecture — a lecture which aims to bring them one step closer to implementing better public policies in their state.
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After laughing and chatting in close knit circles it’s finally time for a group of Nigerian state legislators, in the living room of UC Berkeley's Goldman School of Public Policy, to hear the day’s lecture — a lecture which aims to bring them one step closer to implementing better public policies in their state.
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The Berkeley Commission on Labor is considering whether or not to recommend raising the minimum wage in Berkeley to the City Council, from $8 to $10.55 an hour.
The Berkeley Commission on Labor is considering whether or not to recommend raising the minimum wage in Berkeley to the City Council, from $8 to $10.55 an hour.
The US Postal Service announced a final decision Thursday to sell Berkeley’s main post office despite city and community appeals.
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The US Postal Service announced a final decision Thursday to sell Berkeley’s main post office despite city and community appeals.
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Dr. Jas Mattu, a veterinarian for Berkeley based University Veterinary Hospital is raising awareness of the pet obesity epidemic. According to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, more than half of cats and dogs in the United States are overweight or obese.
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Dr. Jas Mattu, a veterinarian for Berkeley based University Veterinary Hospital is raising awareness of the pet obesity epidemic. According to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, more than half of cats and dogs in the United States are overweight or obese.
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Residents of a Derby Street neighborhood were enjoying time with their families at home shortly before they became witness to Berkeley’s second homicide of the year on Wednesday night.
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Residents of a Derby Street neighborhood were enjoying time with their families at home shortly before they became witness to Berkeley’s second homicide of the year on Wednesday night.
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The UC Board of Regents will discuss a proposal for professional degree tuition at its meeting next week, which holds tuition constant for many programs but increases fees for nursing and new degree programs.
The UC Board of Regents will discuss a proposal for professional degree tuition at its meeting next week, which holds tuition constant for many programs but increases fees for nursing and new degree programs.