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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!

Nida Yar-Khan

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Direct Action Everywhere, or DxE, began a thorough investigation of all of the suppliers Cal Dining funds after witnessing alleged animal cruelty at Seaboard Foods last year.
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Direct Action Everywhere, or DxE, began a thorough investigation of all of the suppliers Cal Dining funds after witnessing alleged animal cruelty at Seaboard Foods last year.
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Scientists at Berkeley Lab participated in developing a COVID-19 antibody therapy that could possibly neutralize all known SARS-CoV-2 strains.
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Scientists at Berkeley Lab participated in developing a COVID-19 antibody therapy that could possibly neutralize all known SARS-CoV-2 strains.
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UC scientists and researchers discussed fire in the wildland-urban interface at the second UC wildfire symposium Wednesday.
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UC scientists and researchers discussed fire in the wildland-urban interface at the second UC wildfire symposium Wednesday.
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Pop-up restaurant Sfizio opened at Way Station Brew, located at 2120 Dwight Way, serving fresh pasta and seasonal vegetables on a weekly basis.
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Pop-up restaurant Sfizio opened at Way Station Brew, located at 2120 Dwight Way, serving fresh pasta and seasonal vegetables on a weekly basis.
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Lin Lin, an associate professor in the UC Berkeley mathematics department and a Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab, scientist and mathematician, won the Simons Investigator in Mathematics award.
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Lin Lin, an associate professor in the UC Berkeley mathematics department and a Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab, scientist and mathematician, won the Simons Investigator in Mathematics award.
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The U.S. Department of Education and the UC Office of the President, or UCOP, announced their respective affirmations of Title IX.
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The U.S. Department of Education and the UC Office of the President, or UCOP, announced their respective affirmations of Title IX.
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The Save 1921 Walnut St. group issued a press release and filed a lawsuit against the UC Regents in response to campus’s plans to allegedly evict current tenants to establish Anchor House, as discussed in the Regents board meeting May 12.
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The Save 1921 Walnut St. group issued a press release and filed a lawsuit against the UC Regents in response to campus’s plans to allegedly evict current tenants to establish Anchor House, as discussed in the Regents board meeting May 12.
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Eliciting reactions from local groups and Berkeley City Council members, SB 9, a bill currently standing before the California State Assembly, has become a point of contention between both parties.
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Eliciting reactions from local groups and Berkeley City Council members, SB 9, a bill currently standing before the California State Assembly, has become a point of contention between both parties.
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