BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

Sareen Habeshian

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UC Berkeley students Wes Adrianson, Evan Yoshimoto and Thanh-Mai Bercher drove 25 hours in Yoshimoto’s Prius on Oct. 19 to join the efforts of more than 200 tribes gathered to protect the water on indigenous land.
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UC Berkeley students Wes Adrianson, Evan Yoshimoto and Thanh-Mai Bercher drove 25 hours in Yoshimoto’s Prius on Oct. 19 to join the efforts of more than 200 tribes gathered to protect the water on indigenous land.
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Hate speech posters alleging a student organization was connected to a "terror organization" were plastered around campus on Thursday, naming and criticizing several students and faculty members for their involvement in Students for Justice in Palestine, or SJP.
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Hate speech posters alleging a student organization was connected to a "terror organization" were plastered around campus on Thursday, naming and criticizing several students and faculty members for their involvement in Students for Justice in Palestine, or SJP.
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Wearing a suit on a warm Friday afternoon in the Berkeley Law Library, Shawn Trabanino smiled as he reflected on his first few weeks at the UC Berkeley School of Law. Years before, an end to his high school education hadn’t even been in sight.
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Wearing a suit on a warm Friday afternoon in the Berkeley Law Library, Shawn Trabanino smiled as he reflected on his first few weeks at the UC Berkeley School of Law. Years before, an end to his high school education hadn’t even been in sight.
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A report published by the Berkeley Unified School District on Wednesday found that students are excelling in language skills and literacy but declining in math scores — which some attribute to a curriculum change.
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A report published by the Berkeley Unified School District on Wednesday found that students are excelling in language skills and literacy but declining in math scores — which some attribute to a curriculum change.
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At a meeting held Saturday, progressive voters united to endorse candidates for the upcoming mayoral and city elections, and Councilmember Kriss Worthington announced his intent to run for mayor.
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At a meeting held Saturday, progressive voters united to endorse candidates for the upcoming mayoral and city elections, and Councilmember Kriss Worthington announced his intent to run for mayor.
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A report was presented at a Thursday meeting in the campus’s Multicultural Community Center to discuss campus initiatives to improve food justice and community health in Richmond.
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A report was presented at a Thursday meeting in the campus’s Multicultural Community Center to discuss campus initiatives to improve food justice and community health in Richmond.
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A public workshop on the results of a public survey for a citywide transportation initiative was held Monday.
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A public workshop on the results of a public survey for a citywide transportation initiative was held Monday.
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The Berkeley Division of the Academic Senate held a special meeting Tuesday on the campus’s financial deficit and the faculty’s role in progress with academic restructuring.
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The Berkeley Division of the Academic Senate held a special meeting Tuesday on the campus’s financial deficit and the faculty’s role in progress with academic restructuring.
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The California Legislature approved Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed $15 per hour minimum wage Thursday, echoing wage-increase initiatives already taken by the University of California and the city of Berkeley.
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The California Legislature approved Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed $15 per hour minimum wage Thursday, echoing wage-increase initiatives already taken by the University of California and the city of Berkeley.
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Campus researchers have made a huge leap in understanding human sperm physiology, which may lead to the development of male contraceptive alternatives, according to a campus press release.
Campus researchers have made a huge leap in understanding human sperm physiology, which may lead to the development of male contraceptive alternatives, according to a campus press release.