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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

Take a look at our 2022 midterm elections special issue!

Sebastian Cahill

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Every election season, the editorial board of The Daily Californian comes together to endorse one candidate for every open position in city and local races, and to advise a vote on city measures.
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Every election season, the editorial board of The Daily Californian comes together to endorse one candidate for every open position in city and local races, and to advise a vote on city measures.
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In today’s age of diet culture and constant monitoring of bodies, it’s easy to get caught up in seeing fitness only as a means to an end. For many people, that end involves a certain body shape or fitness levels, a goal that can be as impossible as it is harmful.
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In today’s age of diet culture and constant monitoring of bodies, it’s easy to get caught up in seeing fitness only as a means to an end. For many people, that end involves a certain body shape or fitness levels, a goal that can be as impossible as it is harmful.
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Although Berkeley’s Sacred Rest Drop-In Center for houseless people is temporarily closed to accommodate a summer camp, Village of Love executive director and founder Joey Harrison has found other ways to serve the city’s unhoused community. 
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Although Berkeley’s Sacred Rest Drop-In Center for houseless people is temporarily closed to accommodate a summer camp, Village of Love executive director and founder Joey Harrison has found other ways to serve the city’s unhoused community. 
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For the first time in more than 50 years, UC Berkeley may open another college — one for campus’ Division of Computing, Data Science and Society. 
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For the first time in more than 50 years, UC Berkeley may open another college — one for campus’ Division of Computing, Data Science and Society. 
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The city of Berkeley's Police Accountability Board heard updates from the Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, and looked over potential police commendations, among other things, at their regular meeting Wednesday night.
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The city of Berkeley's Police Accountability Board heard updates from the Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, and looked over potential police commendations, among other things, at their regular meeting Wednesday night.
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According to information from the U.S. Office of Postsecondary Education, UC Berkeley educates a high number of lower-income students in relation to its student body, especially when compared to other universities.
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According to information from the U.S. Office of Postsecondary Education, UC Berkeley educates a high number of lower-income students in relation to its student body, especially when compared to other universities.
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Conservative political commentator Charlie Kirk will arrive at UC Berkeley on Wednesday night as a part of his “Educate, Don’t Mandate” tour. 
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Conservative political commentator Charlie Kirk will arrive at UC Berkeley on Wednesday night as a part of his “Educate, Don’t Mandate” tour. 
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As the Berkeley community slowly adjusts to living with COVID-19, multiple early childhood educators say the role of preschools and Montessori school instruction for young children remains as “critical” as ever. 
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As the Berkeley community slowly adjusts to living with COVID-19, multiple early childhood educators say the role of preschools and Montessori school instruction for young children remains as “critical” as ever. 
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In multiple meetings Wednesday, the UC Board of Regents discussed finances, accommodations and new initiatives, among other topics.
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In multiple meetings Wednesday, the UC Board of Regents discussed finances, accommodations and new initiatives, among other topics.
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The Berkeley City Council met in a special meeting Thursday evening to discuss suggestions from the National Institute of Criminal Justice Reform for “reimagining” the city’s public safety. 
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The Berkeley City Council met in a special meeting Thursday evening to discuss suggestions from the National Institute of Criminal Justice Reform for “reimagining” the city’s public safety. 
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