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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 22, 2022

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Sareen Habeshian

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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.
After 13 years serving as the director of the UC Botanical Garden, Paul Licht will retire at the end of June and be replaced by Eric Siegel, the campus announced Monday.
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After 13 years serving as the director of the UC Botanical Garden, Paul Licht will retire at the end of June and be replaced by Eric Siegel, the campus announced Monday.
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On Thursday, the state Senate passed a bill that requires California schools to implement and enforce tobacco-free campus policies.
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On Thursday, the state Senate passed a bill that requires California schools to implement and enforce tobacco-free campus policies.
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UC Berkeley’s BAMN chapter held a protest Thursday afternoon demanding that a student accused of rape and sexual harassment be kept off campus.
UC Berkeley’s BAMN chapter held a protest Thursday afternoon demanding that a student accused of rape and sexual harassment be kept off campus.
Since 2009, the city of Berkeley has closed certain city offices on select days every year to counter tight budgets and the possibility of employee furloughs.
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Since 2009, the city of Berkeley has closed certain city offices on select days every year to counter tight budgets and the possibility of employee furloughs.
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A multi-use venue will soon bring life to an abandoned corner of Telegraph Avenue that has lain unused for over a decade.
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A multi-use venue will soon bring life to an abandoned corner of Telegraph Avenue that has lain unused for over a decade.
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A team of UC Berkeley researchers have created a mobile phone application to put earthquake detectors in pockets of smartphone users.
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A team of UC Berkeley researchers have created a mobile phone application to put earthquake detectors in pockets of smartphone users.
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The Student Health Insurance Plan will resume coverage for dependents this fall, after months of student backlash over the campus’s decision to terminate dependent coverage in May.
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The Student Health Insurance Plan will resume coverage for dependents this fall, after months of student backlash over the campus’s decision to terminate dependent coverage in May.
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A team of UC Berkeley researchers has turned to the quick and dirty cockroach to develop a fast and potentially life-saving robot.
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A team of UC Berkeley researchers has turned to the quick and dirty cockroach to develop a fast and potentially life-saving robot.
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