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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Ronit Sholkoff

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When UC Berkeley psychology professor Stephen Hinshaw’s father was 16, he jumped off the roof of his Pasadena home because he thought he could fly. While he survived the fall, he spent the next six months in the wards of a county hospital.
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When UC Berkeley psychology professor Stephen Hinshaw’s father was 16, he jumped off the roof of his Pasadena home because he thought he could fly. While he survived the fall, he spent the next six months in the wards of a county hospital.
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While Berkeley College Republicans, or BCR, is celebrating amendments to the campus's Major Events Policy after a lawsuit settlement with UC Berkeley, the campus administration maintains that student organizations will see “no significant changes” to the policy.
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While Berkeley College Republicans, or BCR, is celebrating amendments to the campus's Major Events Policy after a lawsuit settlement with UC Berkeley, the campus administration maintains that student organizations will see “no significant changes” to the policy.
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In recent months, Gov. Jerry Brown has signed numerous criminal justice reform bills on topics ranging from bail reform and an overhaul of rules regarding felony murder charges to revisions of juvenile detention law.
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In recent months, Gov. Jerry Brown has signed numerous criminal justice reform bills on topics ranging from bail reform and an overhaul of rules regarding felony murder charges to revisions of juvenile detention law.
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ASUC Student Advocate Sophie Bandarkar was featured in a Thanksgiving-themed Teen Vogue article published online Thursday for her work addressing student housing and food insecurity on campus.
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ASUC Student Advocate Sophie Bandarkar was featured in a Thanksgiving-themed Teen Vogue article published online Thursday for her work addressing student housing and food insecurity on campus.
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Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Stephen Sutton spoke to the ASUC Senate at its regular Wednesday meeting about developing four strategies to improve student life on campus and fielded questions about the campus’s response to the smoke from the wildfires.
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Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Stephen Sutton spoke to the ASUC Senate at its regular Wednesday meeting about developing four strategies to improve student life on campus and fielded questions about the campus’s response to the smoke from the wildfires.
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As a part of United Against Hate Week, the Offices of ASUC Senator Imran Khan and representatives of the UC Berkeley Middle Eastern Muslim Sikh and South Asian, or MEMSSA, community organized a whiteboard social media campaign on Sproul Plaza on Wednesday.
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As a part of United Against Hate Week, the Offices of ASUC Senator Imran Khan and representatives of the UC Berkeley Middle Eastern Muslim Sikh and South Asian, or MEMSSA, community organized a whiteboard social media campaign on Sproul Plaza on Wednesday.
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UC Berkeley senior Lucy Whitmore planned to visit her hometown of Paradise, California to spend Thanksgiving with her family, but the house she intended to return to no longer exists.
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UC Berkeley senior Lucy Whitmore planned to visit her hometown of Paradise, California to spend Thanksgiving with her family, but the house she intended to return to no longer exists.
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Ahead of Tuesday’s election, UC Berkeley’s Progressive Student Association, or PSA, and Cal Berkeley Democrats hosted a “Get Out the Vote” event on Sproul Plaza on Monday with Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín.
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Ahead of Tuesday’s election, UC Berkeley’s Progressive Student Association, or PSA, and Cal Berkeley Democrats hosted a “Get Out the Vote” event on Sproul Plaza on Monday with Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín.
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The Berkeley Police Association, or BPA, has spent more than $15,000 campaigning against City Council candidate Kate Harrison — more than twice as much as the association has spent in support of candidates Lori Droste and Rashi Kesarwani, combined.
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The Berkeley Police Association, or BPA, has spent more than $15,000 campaigning against City Council candidate Kate Harrison — more than twice as much as the association has spent in support of candidates Lori Droste and Rashi Kesarwani, combined.
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The city of Berkeley’s Zoning Adjustments Board approved a plan Oct. 25 to construct an 18-story building with 274 new apartment units at 2190 Shattuck Ave. in Downtown Berkeley, the current location of a Walgreens.
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The city of Berkeley’s Zoning Adjustments Board approved a plan Oct. 25 to construct an 18-story building with 274 new apartment units at 2190 Shattuck Ave. in Downtown Berkeley, the current location of a Walgreens.
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