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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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UC Berkeley panelists discussed challenges researchers and journalists face when providing accurate information about a pandemic and helping the public to navigate COVID-19 in a Berkeley campus conversation event Wednesday.
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UC Berkeley panelists discussed challenges researchers and journalists face when providing accurate information about a pandemic and helping the public to navigate COVID-19 in a Berkeley campus conversation event Wednesday.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Monday that the state will begin stage two of resuming economic activity during the COVID-19 pandemic, which includes reopening public spaces and lower-risk businesses with adaptations.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Monday that the state will begin stage two of resuming economic activity during the COVID-19 pandemic, which includes reopening public spaces and lower-risk businesses with adaptations.
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Led by David Ackerly, dean of the Rausser College of Natural Resources, campus environmental experts discussed the intersection of COVID-19, climate change and challenges to global sustainability in an installment of UC Berkeley's ongoing online conversation series about the pandemic.
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Led by David Ackerly, dean of the Rausser College of Natural Resources, campus environmental experts discussed the intersection of COVID-19, climate change and challenges to global sustainability in an installment of UC Berkeley's ongoing online conversation series about the pandemic.
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The ASUC Senate is set to vote on whether to reestablish a housing commission that previously advocated for affordable student housing. The commission would aim to bring more transparency between campus administration and the student body regarding housing projects.
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The ASUC Senate is set to vote on whether to reestablish a housing commission that previously advocated for affordable student housing. The commission would aim to bring more transparency between campus administration and the student body regarding housing projects.
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A Kaiser Permanente carpentry shop located in West Berkeley has made about 30,000 face shields since mid-March to bolster personal protective equipment during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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A Kaiser Permanente carpentry shop located in West Berkeley has made about 30,000 face shields since mid-March to bolster personal protective equipment during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The future of business as usual in Berkeley is far from certain, even with emergency relief available to organizations and people most impacted by the coronavirus. Although the exact rate of job loss in Berkeley is unknown, the numbers are approximately proportional to national unemployment rates.
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The future of business as usual in Berkeley is far from certain, even with emergency relief available to organizations and people most impacted by the coronavirus. Although the exact rate of job loss in Berkeley is unknown, the numbers are approximately proportional to national unemployment rates.
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Campus teaching assistants and instructors were barred from proctoring exams online for the remainder of the semester, according to a campuswide email sent by Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Paul Alivisatos.
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Campus teaching assistants and instructors were barred from proctoring exams online for the remainder of the semester, according to a campuswide email sent by Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Paul Alivisatos.
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On Tuesday, Berkeley City Council members voted unanimously to pass four action items that provide direct response and relief for the local COVID-19, the new coronavirus, outbreak.
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On Tuesday, Berkeley City Council members voted unanimously to pass four action items that provide direct response and relief for the local COVID-19, the new coronavirus, outbreak.
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Many campus instructors have turned to online teaching methods, such as the use of Zoom, in response to the campus’s decision to suspend most in-person classes to limit the risk of spreading COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus.
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Many campus instructors have turned to online teaching methods, such as the use of Zoom, in response to the campus’s decision to suspend most in-person classes to limit the risk of spreading COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus.
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Berkeley community members, hosted by Direct Action Everywhere, marched from the Gilman Street homeless encampment to Berkeley City Hall on Feb. 29 in support of a “Green New City.”
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Berkeley community members, hosted by Direct Action Everywhere, marched from the Gilman Street homeless encampment to Berkeley City Hall on Feb. 29 in support of a “Green New City.”
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