BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 02, 2022

Rishabh Nijhawan

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Berkeley City College, or BCC, filed a workplace violence restraining order Thursday against a former student on allegations of harassment.
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Berkeley City College, or BCC, filed a workplace violence restraining order Thursday against a former student on allegations of harassment.
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The driver of a white Mercedes who allegedly hit a person with his car on Ashby Avenue on Oct. 19 is still at large.
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The driver of a white Mercedes who allegedly hit a person with his car on Ashby Avenue on Oct. 19 is still at large.
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Scientists at UC Berkeley and Wageningen University in the Netherlands have discovered the secret to mosquitoes’ stealthy takeoffs.
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Scientists at UC Berkeley and Wageningen University in the Netherlands have discovered the secret to mosquitoes’ stealthy takeoffs.
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Berkeley Humane animal shelter took in fifteen cats Wednesday as a part of the North Bay fire relief efforts, according to Berkeley Humane executive director Jeffrey Zerwekh.
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Berkeley Humane animal shelter took in fifteen cats Wednesday as a part of the North Bay fire relief efforts, according to Berkeley Humane executive director Jeffrey Zerwekh.
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The Berkeley Endowment Management Company, or BEMCO, announced David McAuliffe as its new president and chief investment officer Tuesday.
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The Berkeley Endowment Management Company, or BEMCO, announced David McAuliffe as its new president and chief investment officer Tuesday.
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The Resistance School, an online lecture series teaching tools for progressive activism, was opened to the UC Berkeley community Thursday by students at the Goldman School of Public Policy.
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The Resistance School, an online lecture series teaching tools for progressive activism, was opened to the UC Berkeley community Thursday by students at the Goldman School of Public Policy.
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The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory will receive $3 million in annual funding from the U.S. Department of Energy for research in quantum computing that could “solve some of science’s hardest problems,” according to a Berkeley Lab press release issued Tuesday.
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The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory will receive $3 million in annual funding from the U.S. Department of Energy for research in quantum computing that could “solve some of science’s hardest problems,” according to a Berkeley Lab press release issued Tuesday.
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A team of Berkeley Police Department officers that was patrolling for potential protests stopped a black Ford about 1:50 p.m. Wednesday for vehicle code violations.
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A team of Berkeley Police Department officers that was patrolling for potential protests stopped a black Ford about 1:50 p.m. Wednesday for vehicle code violations.
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Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks, a new Taiwanese restaurant serving food reminiscent of night market snacks in Taipei, Taiwan, will open this weekend in South Berkeley on Durant Avenue
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Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks, a new Taiwanese restaurant serving food reminiscent of night market snacks in Taipei, Taiwan, will open this weekend in South Berkeley on Durant Avenue
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Of the 132 faculty members who signed a letter advocating a boycott of classes and campus activities during the upcoming "Free Speech Week" at UC Berkeley, only five professors are from STEM departments on campus.
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Of the 132 faculty members who signed a letter advocating a boycott of classes and campus activities during the upcoming "Free Speech Week" at UC Berkeley, only five professors are from STEM departments on campus.
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