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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

Year! Review! Read our 2022 Year in Retrospect Issue!

Natalie Gott

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With or without the impacts of COVID-19, unhoused Berkeley residents face immediate struggles in their search for housing.
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With or without the impacts of COVID-19, unhoused Berkeley residents face immediate struggles in their search for housing.
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Like far too many others, I’m guilty of faking a climax during sex. If lying about orgasms was a crime, I’d be serving life in prison. 
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Like far too many others, I’m guilty of faking a climax during sex. If lying about orgasms was a crime, I’d be serving life in prison. 
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On paper, I'm a feminist, but in practice, it's difficult to always stand by what I preach.
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On paper, I'm a feminist, but in practice, it's difficult to always stand by what I preach.
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I’ll be frank about my experiences with dating apps. I’ve navigated Bumble and Tinder a tad bit during strange periods when the dating river had run dry, during which I went on a total of three quite regrettable dates. Each of those were troubling and deepened my suspicion toward the plausible turnout of the apps
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I’ll be frank about my experiences with dating apps. I’ve navigated Bumble and Tinder a tad bit during strange periods when the dating river had run dry, during which I went on a total of three quite regrettable dates. Each of those were troubling and deepened my suspicion toward the plausible turnout of the apps
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I “came out of the closet” about two years ago. Coming out didn’t matter to me because it doesn’t make me any more or less queer, but it felt as though it was expected of me before I could ever date another woman. It felt as if it was one hurdle I had to pass before reaching another.
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I “came out of the closet” about two years ago. Coming out didn’t matter to me because it doesn’t make me any more or less queer, but it felt as though it was expected of me before I could ever date another woman. It felt as if it was one hurdle I had to pass before reaching another.
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After an extensive and inspiring career in public health, campus professor emerita Carol D’Onofrio died April 14 at the age of 84 following a battle with cancer.
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After an extensive and inspiring career in public health, campus professor emerita Carol D’Onofrio died April 14 at the age of 84 following a battle with cancer.
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Many UC Berkeley students received $500 this week, as campus was given $30.4 million from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security, or CARES, Act.
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Many UC Berkeley students received $500 this week, as campus was given $30.4 million from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security, or CARES, Act.
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The city of Berkeley and six Bay Area counties announced Monday that they will be extending shelter-in-place orders through May 31 while also loosening several restrictions from previous orders.
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The city of Berkeley and six Bay Area counties announced Monday that they will be extending shelter-in-place orders through May 31 while also loosening several restrictions from previous orders.
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The Graduate Berkeley Hotel ended its contract with Tartine Bakery, closing the doors underneath the yellow and white-striped awning that drew community members to enjoy the bakery's in-house pastries and bread for the past seven months.
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The Graduate Berkeley Hotel ended its contract with Tartine Bakery, closing the doors underneath the yellow and white-striped awning that drew community members to enjoy the bakery's in-house pastries and bread for the past seven months.
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The city of Berkeley expanded its shower program, adding an additional location and extending its hours. The shower program is a free, drop-in operation offering shower facilities to the public with soap and towels without identification or deposit requirements.
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The city of Berkeley expanded its shower program, adding an additional location and extending its hours. The shower program is a free, drop-in operation offering shower facilities to the public with soap and towels without identification or deposit requirements.
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