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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Nina Narahari

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Berkeley Police Review Commission chair Kitty Calavita updated the commission on the details of how the Berkeley Police Department is dealing with the new situations created by COVID-19 at its regular meeting Wednesday.
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Berkeley Police Review Commission chair Kitty Calavita updated the commission on the details of how the Berkeley Police Department is dealing with the new situations created by COVID-19 at its regular meeting Wednesday.
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UC Berkeley is in the process of buying a property on Walnut Street as part of its plan to create more housing for students, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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UC Berkeley is in the process of buying a property on Walnut Street as part of its plan to create more housing for students, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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For many asylum-seekers residing in the United States, reading the words “U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Offices Temporarily Closed to the Public” creates a sinking feeling in their stomachs.
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For many asylum-seekers residing in the United States, reading the words “U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Offices Temporarily Closed to the Public” creates a sinking feeling in their stomachs.
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Filed against the UC Board of Regents on Tuesday, a class-action complaint is demanding reimbursement of campus fees for students after the transition to virtual instruction.
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Filed against the UC Board of Regents on Tuesday, a class-action complaint is demanding reimbursement of campus fees for students after the transition to virtual instruction.
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Advocates are calling on California Gov. Gavin Newsom to release thousands of prison inmates who may be vulnerable to COVID-19.
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Advocates are calling on California Gov. Gavin Newsom to release thousands of prison inmates who may be vulnerable to COVID-19.
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The impact of the coronavirus pandemic has led to both the state and local governments trying to relieve economic pressure off of businesses. California State Treasurer Fiona Ma released updated statements regarding state assistance to small businesses.
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The impact of the coronavirus pandemic has led to both the state and local governments trying to relieve economic pressure off of businesses. California State Treasurer Fiona Ma released updated statements regarding state assistance to small businesses.
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In a study published Feb. 17, a team of scientists from Switzerland, Sweden, Australia and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory found that energy systems can be notably impacted by climate variations.
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In a study published Feb. 17, a team of scientists from Switzerland, Sweden, Australia and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory found that energy systems can be notably impacted by climate variations.
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Campus junior Victoria Vera is aiming to promote affordability, accountability and accessibility at UC Berkeley through the ASUC presidential office.
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Campus junior Victoria Vera is aiming to promote affordability, accountability and accessibility at UC Berkeley through the ASUC presidential office.
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Community members and protesters attended the second open house hosted by UC Berkeley Capital Strategies regarding the proposed housing project at People’s Park on March 4.
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Community members and protesters attended the second open house hosted by UC Berkeley Capital Strategies regarding the proposed housing project at People’s Park on March 4.
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On Feb. 29, the city of Berkeley Mayor’s Office organized a cleanup of the area under the underpass on the east side of Interstate 80 and University Avenue for the homeless community residing there. The cleanup effort had more than 20 people assisting, including Mayor Jesse Arreguín, city Councilmembers Sophie Hahn and Rigel Robinson, city staff and homeless service organizations.
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On Feb. 29, the city of Berkeley Mayor’s Office organized a cleanup of the area under the underpass on the east side of Interstate 80 and University Avenue for the homeless community residing there. The cleanup effort had more than 20 people assisting, including Mayor Jesse Arreguín, city Councilmembers Sophie Hahn and Rigel Robinson, city staff and homeless service organizations.
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