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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

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

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While my college years may not be for everyone, that’s completely okay and encapsulates exactly what a college experience should be: personal and different for each individual. 
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While my college years may not be for everyone, that’s completely okay and encapsulates exactly what a college experience should be: personal and different for each individual. 
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At a Berkeley Forum event, Brett Oppenheim detailed his career trajectory working as a lawyer and ultimately pivoting to real estate and becoming one of the most well-known brokers. 
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At a Berkeley Forum event, Brett Oppenheim detailed his career trajectory working as a lawyer and ultimately pivoting to real estate and becoming one of the most well-known brokers. 
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Campus organizations such as CAMP, Stiles Hall, Foster Education Project, Early Academic Outreach Program and Project SMILE work to expand educational equity at UC Berkeley and in the Bay Area.
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Campus organizations such as CAMP, Stiles Hall, Foster Education Project, Early Academic Outreach Program and Project SMILE work to expand educational equity at UC Berkeley and in the Bay Area.
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Students who have studied abroad in London, Edinburgh and Seoul through Berkeley Study Abroad and Global Edge reflect on their experiences abroad.
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Students who have studied abroad in London, Edinburgh and Seoul through Berkeley Study Abroad and Global Edge reflect on their experiences abroad.
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The city of Berkeley plans to plant 1,000 to 1,800 trees throughout North and South Berkeley over the next 15 months to improve quality of life and mitigate equity issues, as part of the "Trees Make Life Better" program.
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The city of Berkeley plans to plant 1,000 to 1,800 trees throughout North and South Berkeley over the next 15 months to improve quality of life and mitigate equity issues, as part of the "Trees Make Life Better" program.
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The University of California Office of the President announced Feb. 15 it will continue its mask protocol, contrasting with UC Berkeley's mandate ending. 
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The University of California Office of the President announced Feb. 15 it will continue its mask protocol, contrasting with UC Berkeley's mandate ending. 
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A study from the Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies found that approval ratings for Democratic officials have declined. 
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A study from the Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies found that approval ratings for Democratic officials have declined. 
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Following the retraction of California’s indoor mask mandate, businesses in Berkeley will be able to establish their own mask rules for fully vaccinated individuals starting Wednesday.
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Following the retraction of California’s indoor mask mandate, businesses in Berkeley will be able to establish their own mask rules for fully vaccinated individuals starting Wednesday.
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Here are five nontraditional places I’ve had sex, the ratings based on how much I enjoyed it and whether I recommend you give it a try too! 
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Here are five nontraditional places I’ve had sex, the ratings based on how much I enjoyed it and whether I recommend you give it a try too! 
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Champion’s Curry, a Japanese curry restaurant chain known for its unique recipe, will be coming to Channing Way and Telegraph Avenue in the fall. 
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Champion’s Curry, a Japanese curry restaurant chain known for its unique recipe, will be coming to Channing Way and Telegraph Avenue in the fall. 
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