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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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Sofia Gonzalez-Platas

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The ASUC announced Wednesday a temporary partnership between its Berkeley Mobile smartphone app and the ride-sharing service Lyft, which will give students access to discounted rides.
The ASUC announced Wednesday a temporary partnership between its Berkeley Mobile smartphone app and the ride-sharing service Lyft, which will give students access to discounted rides.
Nearly a year after the Berkeley balcony collapse, a state senate committee hosted a hearing Monday to examine the state’s agencies' responses to the tragedy.
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Nearly a year after the Berkeley balcony collapse, a state senate committee hosted a hearing Monday to examine the state’s agencies' responses to the tragedy.
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In light of the campus’s budget deficit and restructuring efforts, the UC Berkeley-UCSF Joint Medical Program, or JMP, faces potential elimination.
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In light of the campus’s budget deficit and restructuring efforts, the UC Berkeley-UCSF Joint Medical Program, or JMP, faces potential elimination.
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The Berkeley Food Institute recently awarded a $50,000 research grant to a campus research team to analyze the Oakland Unified School District’s new nutritional system.
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The Berkeley Food Institute recently awarded a $50,000 research grant to a campus research team to analyze the Oakland Unified School District’s new nutritional system.
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Two campus graduate students filed an official state complaint Monday to the Department of Fair Employment and Housing, or DFEH, against campus assistant professor Blake Wentworth and the UC Board of Regents.
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Two campus graduate students filed an official state complaint Monday to the Department of Fair Employment and Housing, or DFEH, against campus assistant professor Blake Wentworth and the UC Board of Regents.
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The high-stakes election season — where the difference between winning and losing an election can come down to a handful of voters — sees a host of different campaigning tactics, from rigorous “Sprouling” schedules to sending hundreds of rounds of Facebook messages to secure as many votes as possible.
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The high-stakes election season — where the difference between winning and losing an election can come down to a handful of voters — sees a host of different campaigning tactics, from rigorous “Sprouling” schedules to sending hundreds of rounds of Facebook messages to secure as many votes as possible.
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ASUC presidential hopeful Sheena Paul’s room at the Wolf House co-op is immaculate. Books neatly ordered on her desk, bedsheets tucked in and not a stray sock in sight. Her life before college, however, was not always so composed.
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ASUC presidential hopeful Sheena Paul’s room at the Wolf House co-op is immaculate. Books neatly ordered on her desk, bedsheets tucked in and not a stray sock in sight. Her life before college, however, was not always so composed.
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The UC Board of Regents met Wednesday to vote on an amended Statement of Principles Against Intolerance, discuss mental health accessibility on UC campuses and vote on UC President Janet Napolitano’s new UC retirement plan, among other items.
The UC Board of Regents met Wednesday to vote on an amended Statement of Principles Against Intolerance, discuss mental health accessibility on UC campuses and vote on UC President Janet Napolitano’s new UC retirement plan, among other items.
In times of distress, male rats, much like humans, enjoy snuggling and hanging out with each other, according to a recent study by campus researchers Elizabeth Kirby and Sandra Muroy.
In times of distress, male rats, much like humans, enjoy snuggling and hanging out with each other, according to a recent study by campus researchers Elizabeth Kirby and Sandra Muroy.
After Nabolom Bakery’s sudden closure last summer, the neighborhood establishment reopened its doors Monday in the hopes of continuing to provide local residents with their traditional baked delights.
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After Nabolom Bakery’s sudden closure last summer, the neighborhood establishment reopened its doors Monday in the hopes of continuing to provide local residents with their traditional baked delights.
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