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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 29, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!

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In spite of ongoing concerns about poor seismic safety in Old City Hall, Berkeley City Council did not vote on a proposal to move its meetings to another location in West Berkeley.
In spite of ongoing concerns about poor seismic safety in Old City Hall, Berkeley City Council did not vote on a proposal to move its meetings to another location in West Berkeley.
Perhaps the best way to address the problem of stress is not to think of it as a problem but to try to find positive ways to reimagine it.
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Perhaps the best way to address the problem of stress is not to think of it as a problem but to try to find positive ways to reimagine it.
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A human skull was found Wednesday afternoon in Tilden Regional Park near the Grizzly Peak summit.
A human skull was found Wednesday afternoon in Tilden Regional Park near the Grizzly Peak summit.
UC President Janet Napolitano called for a change in mindset concerning funding for higher education Friday, saying that public colleges and universities need to focus not on what they need, but on what they can do with current investment.
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UC President Janet Napolitano called for a change in mindset concerning funding for higher education Friday, saying that public colleges and universities need to focus not on what they need, but on what they can do with current investment.
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Rep. Jackie Speier, the Democratic congresswoman for the 14th district of California, discussed ways to ease the transition for former service members into civilian life during a meeting with UC Berkeley student veterans Monday.
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Rep. Jackie Speier, the Democratic congresswoman for the 14th district of California, discussed ways to ease the transition for former service members into civilian life during a meeting with UC Berkeley student veterans Monday.
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Stanley Berger, cofounder of the Bioengineering Department at UC Berkeley, died of pneumonia at his home on Nov. 25. He was 79.
Stanley Berger, cofounder of the Bioengineering Department at UC Berkeley, died of pneumonia at his home on Nov. 25. He was 79.
Although the unemployment rate for Alameda County dropped to seven percent in the months of September and October, some city officials question the extent of Berkeley’s recovery from the 2008 economic recession.
Although the unemployment rate for Alameda County dropped to seven percent in the months of September and October, some city officials question the extent of Berkeley’s recovery from the 2008 economic recession.
An external board of peer evaluators completed a holistic review of UC Berkeley on Oct. 31, as part of a process to reaffirm the campus’ academic accreditation.
An external board of peer evaluators completed a holistic review of UC Berkeley on Oct. 31, as part of a process to reaffirm the campus’ academic accreditation.
Seeking to engage children in neuroscience research and stimulate interest in the subject, UC Berkeley professor of psychology and neuroscience Robert Knight last Monday launched an online scientific journal mainly edited by students between the ages of 8 and 18.
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Seeking to engage children in neuroscience research and stimulate interest in the subject, UC Berkeley professor of psychology and neuroscience Robert Knight last Monday launched an online scientific journal mainly edited by students between the ages of 8 and 18.
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