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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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My experience with U.S. college sports began during my senior year of high school in Thailand, my home country and where I currently reside. The setting, of all places, was a biology class.
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My experience with U.S. college sports began during my senior year of high school in Thailand, my home country and where I currently reside. The setting, of all places, was a biology class.
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UC Berkeley Chancellor Nicholas Dirks was appointed to a newly formed commission that is a nationwide effort to examine and improve the state of foreign-language education in the country.
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UC Berkeley Chancellor Nicholas Dirks was appointed to a newly formed commission that is a nationwide effort to examine and improve the state of foreign-language education in the country.
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In a move that Mayor Tom Bates wrote left him “flabbergasted,” former mayor Shirley Dean filed a substantial California Public Records Act request to the city of Berkeley last month, which may include half a million documents.
In a move that Mayor Tom Bates wrote left him “flabbergasted,” former mayor Shirley Dean filed a substantial California Public Records Act request to the city of Berkeley last month, which may include half a million documents.
Environmentalists shed their clothing Saturday morning on campus to rally against what they see as plans to cut down an estimated 450,000 trees in the East Bay hills.
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Environmentalists shed their clothing Saturday morning on campus to rally against what they see as plans to cut down an estimated 450,000 trees in the East Bay hills.
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The Alameda County District Attorney’s Office has charged Michael Green with six felony offenses, including human trafficking for commercial sex, after Green was stopped by a Berkeley police officer in June.
The Alameda County District Attorney’s Office has charged Michael Green with six felony offenses, including human trafficking for commercial sex, after Green was stopped by a Berkeley police officer in June.
In what may be the final legal hurdle in a long-running battle, a state court ruled in favor of a contentious land development project near the UC Gill Tract Community Farm in Albany earlier this month.
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In what may be the final legal hurdle in a long-running battle, a state court ruled in favor of a contentious land development project near the UC Gill Tract Community Farm in Albany earlier this month.
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Thinking of doing something productive this summer? Want to wet your feet with something new and widen your horizons? Try auditing some summer classes!
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Thinking of doing something productive this summer? Want to wet your feet with something new and widen your horizons? Try auditing some summer classes!
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A civil engineer has concluded that the balcony collapse that killed six people and injured seven others on Tuesday was not caused by the structural planning of the building and could be due to the building’s waterproofing system.
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A civil engineer has concluded that the balcony collapse that killed six people and injured seven others on Tuesday was not caused by the structural planning of the building and could be due to the building’s waterproofing system.
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Library trustees voted to recommend renaming a branch of the Berkeley Public Library after Tarea Hall Pittman, a long time Berkeley resident and civil rights activist who died in 1991.
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Library trustees voted to recommend renaming a branch of the Berkeley Public Library after Tarea Hall Pittman, a long time Berkeley resident and civil rights activist who died in 1991.
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