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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Nico Correia

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About 200 protesters gathered at Bancroft and Telegraph on Monday afternoon in support of worker rights in the UC campuses and medical centers as part of a statewide demonstration.
About 200 protesters gathered at Bancroft and Telegraph on Monday afternoon in support of worker rights in the UC campuses and medical centers as part of a statewide demonstration.
This 4th of July, Berkeley residents will not have to stray far from home to find several exciting Independence Day events.
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This 4th of July, Berkeley residents will not have to stray far from home to find several exciting Independence Day events.
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Sandy Stier and Kris Perry married Friday after the Supreme Court’s decision on Wednesday to end the ban on same-sex marriage in California.
Sandy Stier and Kris Perry married Friday after the Supreme Court’s decision on Wednesday to end the ban on same-sex marriage in California.
The public hearing surrounding the fate of Dream will go to a vote under the name of ZBA Appeal: 2401 Telegraph Ave, the intended site of the Dream restaurant.
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The public hearing surrounding the fate of Dream will go to a vote under the name of ZBA Appeal: 2401 Telegraph Ave, the intended site of the Dream restaurant.
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Around 250 students and Berkeley residents attended the 15th annual Berkeley Pride event Monday afternoon at Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse that featured some of the Bay Area’s most renowned performers and speakers.
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Around 250 students and Berkeley residents attended the 15th annual Berkeley Pride event Monday afternoon at Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse that featured some of the Bay Area’s most renowned performers and speakers.
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Following a record number of applications this spring, the computer science major in the College of Letters & Science will institute a GPA requirement, to take effect in either spring or fall 2014.
Following a record number of applications this spring, the computer science major in the College of Letters & Science will institute a GPA requirement, to take effect in either spring or fall 2014.
Acheson Commons, a 205-unit apartment complex to be built on University Ave, was approved Thursday by the Zoning Adjustment Board as part of the Downtown Area Plan.
Acheson Commons, a 205-unit apartment complex to be built on University Ave, was approved Thursday by the Zoning Adjustment Board as part of the Downtown Area Plan.