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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 09, 2022

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Concrete chunks fall from the ceiling and pillars of the west tunnel of Edwards Stadium — home to the campus soccer and track and field teams — adding to the already unsafe conditions established with the building’s poor seismic rating.
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Concrete chunks fall from the ceiling and pillars of the west tunnel of Edwards Stadium — home to the campus soccer and track and field teams — adding to the already unsafe conditions established with the building’s poor seismic rating.
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The California Legislature approved a $170.9 billion state budget plan Wednesday, allocating $3.5 billion to the University of California for the 2016-17 school year.
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The California Legislature approved a $170.9 billion state budget plan Wednesday, allocating $3.5 billion to the University of California for the 2016-17 school year.
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A bill signed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday could help undocumented immigrants in California obtain health insurance through the Covered California health insurance exchange, part of the Affordable Care Act.
A bill signed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday could help undocumented immigrants in California obtain health insurance through the Covered California health insurance exchange, part of the Affordable Care Act.
Following the dismissal of assistant Cal men’s basketball coach Yann Hufnagel in light of his violation of UC sexual harassment policy, UC Berkeley’s Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination, or OPHD, released a redacted review Monday that it conducted regarding the actions taken by the athletics department in wake of the incident.
Following the dismissal of assistant Cal men’s basketball coach Yann Hufnagel in light of his violation of UC sexual harassment policy, UC Berkeley’s Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination, or OPHD, released a redacted review Monday that it conducted regarding the actions taken by the athletics department in wake of the incident.
Berkeley Social Club — the latest in a long string of businesses to occupy what has been dubbed the “Bermuda Triangle” of restaurants — is scheduled to open at 2050 University Ave. in August.
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Berkeley Social Club — the latest in a long string of businesses to occupy what has been dubbed the “Bermuda Triangle” of restaurants — is scheduled to open at 2050 University Ave. in August.
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A grant from The Green Initiative Fund, or TGIF, will enable Sigma Chi fraternity to begin installing a solar panel system for its chapter house Wednesday, making it the first fraternity at UC Berkeley to harness electricity through solar energy. The installation is scheduled to be completed Friday.
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A grant from The Green Initiative Fund, or TGIF, will enable Sigma Chi fraternity to begin installing a solar panel system for its chapter house Wednesday, making it the first fraternity at UC Berkeley to harness electricity through solar energy. The installation is scheduled to be completed Friday.
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A research brief released Monday by UC Berkeley’s Urban Displacement Project highlighted the need for the development of market-rate and subsidized housing in order to reduce displacement pressures and to alleviate the housing crisis in the San Francisco Bay Area.
A research brief released Monday by UC Berkeley’s Urban Displacement Project highlighted the need for the development of market-rate and subsidized housing in order to reduce displacement pressures and to alleviate the housing crisis in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The Berkeley Planning Commission met Wednesday evening to discuss an amendment that would raise the number of legally allowed medical marijuana dispensaries in the city from four to six.
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The Berkeley Planning Commission met Wednesday evening to discuss an amendment that would raise the number of legally allowed medical marijuana dispensaries in the city from four to six.
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