BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 25, 2022

Nick Furgatch

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Known as the College for All Act, the bill would be paid for by a tax on Wall Street speculation, according to a press release from Sanders’ office.
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Known as the College for All Act, the bill would be paid for by a tax on Wall Street speculation, according to a press release from Sanders’ office.
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The statement came after a Twitter user warned that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement appeared to have arrived at Berkeley City College on June 24.
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The statement came after a Twitter user warned that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement appeared to have arrived at Berkeley City College on June 24.
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On June 5, thousands of cyclists rode in the AIDS/LifeCycle fundraiser. That same day, federal officials dealt a blow to HIV/AIDS researchers at UCSF.
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On June 5, thousands of cyclists rode in the AIDS/LifeCycle fundraiser. That same day, federal officials dealt a blow to HIV/AIDS researchers at UCSF.
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The budget — which was introduced by Assemblymember Phil Ting, D-San Francisco, in December — will increase the UC system’s funding from about $3.35 billion to roughly $3.55 billion, according to California Legislative Information, if it is approved by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
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The budget — which was introduced by Assemblymember Phil Ting, D-San Francisco, in December — will increase the UC system’s funding from about $3.35 billion to roughly $3.55 billion, according to California Legislative Information, if it is approved by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
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The program will begin June 17 and will take place at three schools: Berkeley Arts Magnet School at Whittier School, Washington Elementary School and Berkeley High School.
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The program will begin June 17 and will take place at three schools: Berkeley Arts Magnet School at Whittier School, Washington Elementary School and Berkeley High School.
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According to the press release, HHS has previously extended the UCSF contract multiple times and launched a review of HHS research projects using human fetal tissue from elective abortions in September 2018. The last extension ended Wednesday.
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According to the press release, HHS has previously extended the UCSF contract multiple times and launched a review of HHS research projects using human fetal tissue from elective abortions in September 2018. The last extension ended Wednesday.
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Former UC Berkeley Haas School of Business dean and professor Raymond Miles, who was loved for his generosity and selflessness, died in Albany on May 13. He was 86.
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Former UC Berkeley Haas School of Business dean and professor Raymond Miles, who was loved for his generosity and selflessness, died in Albany on May 13. He was 86.
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The policy change will take effect as part of California AB 1811, a bill that was passed by the Legislature and approved by then-governor Jerry Brown in 2018.
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The policy change will take effect as part of California AB 1811, a bill that was passed by the Legislature and approved by then-governor Jerry Brown in 2018.
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I was supposed to follow him. But just as Harrison started to crawl through the gap, someone hollered. The grown-ups were after us.
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I was supposed to follow him. But just as Harrison started to crawl through the gap, someone hollered. The grown-ups were after us.
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There are even more ways to talk about sex than ways to have sex. Here’s a quick and dirty linguistic breakdown of a few creative sexual euphemisms from literature and film.
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There are even more ways to talk about sex than ways to have sex. Here’s a quick and dirty linguistic breakdown of a few creative sexual euphemisms from literature and film.
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