BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

Rae Wymer

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Berkeley's Police Accountability Board appointed John Moore as the PAB’s new chair during their bi-monthly meeting Sept. 28. 
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Berkeley's Police Accountability Board appointed John Moore as the PAB’s new chair during their bi-monthly meeting Sept. 28. 
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On the night of Sept. 18, rain poured down on Berkeley City Council Member Sophie Hahn’s residence as community members and election candidates alike gathered to discuss their visions for the future of Berkeley.
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On the night of Sept. 18, rain poured down on Berkeley City Council Member Sophie Hahn’s residence as community members and election candidates alike gathered to discuss their visions for the future of Berkeley.
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On a hot Sunday at People’s Park, a construction bulldozer sits on patchy grass, wrapped in blue and gold tarp. A swing hangs from its arm.
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On a hot Sunday at People’s Park, a construction bulldozer sits on patchy grass, wrapped in blue and gold tarp. A swing hangs from its arm.
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Hallmarks of UC Berkeley, education and activism have coexisted on campus since the Free Speech Movement.
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Hallmarks of UC Berkeley, education and activism have coexisted on campus since the Free Speech Movement.
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The Starbucks on Shattuck Avenue in Downtown Berkeley has voted to unionize, joining a nationwide effort by Starbucks workers.
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The Starbucks on Shattuck Avenue in Downtown Berkeley has voted to unionize, joining a nationwide effort by Starbucks workers.
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BART Police Department, or BART PD, removed “excited delirium,” a controversial psychiatric condition used by law enforcement, from its policy manual and future written reports, according to a BART PD press release. 
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BART Police Department, or BART PD, removed “excited delirium,” a controversial psychiatric condition used by law enforcement, from its policy manual and future written reports, according to a BART PD press release. 
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UC Berkeley will be welcoming its class of students for fall 2022 following an “unprecedented” admissions cycle threatened by a cap on enrollment.
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UC Berkeley will be welcoming its class of students for fall 2022 following an “unprecedented” admissions cycle threatened by a cap on enrollment.
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UC Berkeley sophomore Lilly Sayenga is proud she found a rental unit in Berkeley, but said she wishes that for the price of nearly $2,400 a month, her faucet would remain attached to the sink.
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UC Berkeley sophomore Lilly Sayenga is proud she found a rental unit in Berkeley, but said she wishes that for the price of nearly $2,400 a month, her faucet would remain attached to the sink.
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Berkeley’s unemployment rate has reached pre-pandemic lows of 2.8%, according to a statement from Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín.
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Berkeley’s unemployment rate has reached pre-pandemic lows of 2.8%, according to a statement from Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín.
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Berkeley City Council discussed potential ballot measures for the upcoming Nov. 8 election in a special meeting Wednesday morning.
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Berkeley City Council discussed potential ballot measures for the upcoming Nov. 8 election in a special meeting Wednesday morning.
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