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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 22, 2023

Year! Review! Read our 2022 Year in Retrospect Issue!

Sujin Shin

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Cal Dining has stopped serving fried foods at the Golden Bear Cafe, instead choosing to focus on healthier and more sustainable options.
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Cal Dining has stopped serving fried foods at the Golden Bear Cafe, instead choosing to focus on healthier and more sustainable options.
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Amid national debate about efforts to remove the Confederate flag, some are questioning why UC Berkeley has named campus buildings to honor Confederate slave owners and promoters of white supremacy.
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Amid national debate about efforts to remove the Confederate flag, some are questioning why UC Berkeley has named campus buildings to honor Confederate slave owners and promoters of white supremacy.
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Berkeley City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to refer Mayor Tom Bates’ budget proposal to the city manager for review, with Councilmembers Kriss Worthington, Jesse Arreguin and Max Anderson proposing additional increases in funding for community agencies.
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Berkeley City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to refer Mayor Tom Bates’ budget proposal to the city manager for review, with Councilmembers Kriss Worthington, Jesse Arreguin and Max Anderson proposing additional increases in funding for community agencies.
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Berkeley City Council will meet Tuesday to discuss the biennial budget, short-term rentals and the possibility of moving City Council meetings to the Berkeley Unified School District Board Room for three months.
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Berkeley City Council will meet Tuesday to discuss the biennial budget, short-term rentals and the possibility of moving City Council meetings to the Berkeley Unified School District Board Room for three months.
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Campus students and student family members are continuing to rally against a campus decision to discontinue dependent health insurance, although the campus has agreed to provide temporary financial assistance to those hurt by the change.
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Campus students and student family members are continuing to rally against a campus decision to discontinue dependent health insurance, although the campus has agreed to provide temporary financial assistance to those hurt by the change.
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Shakespeare & Co., one of the oldest independent bookstores in Berkeley, officially closed its doors June 2 due to a decline in business sales.
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Shakespeare & Co., one of the oldest independent bookstores in Berkeley, officially closed its doors June 2 due to a decline in business sales.
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As of June 6, 149 birds and 72 mammals were reported dead after a pipeline along the Santa Barbara coast burst May 19 and polluted miles of beaches and reserves with crude oil, including a natural reserve owned by the University of California, according to the most recent status report from the oil spill responders.
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As of June 6, 149 birds and 72 mammals were reported dead after a pipeline along the Santa Barbara coast burst May 19 and polluted miles of beaches and reserves with crude oil, including a natural reserve owned by the University of California, according to the most recent status report from the oil spill responders.
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The Daily Californian celebrates sexual diversity with its annual Sex Issue by breaking down stereotypes, shedding light on the culture of sex and sharing the many ways UC Berkeley students have previously shown and continue to show the world how they commit to sexual freedom and expression.
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The Daily Californian celebrates sexual diversity with its annual Sex Issue by breaking down stereotypes, shedding light on the culture of sex and sharing the many ways UC Berkeley students have previously shown and continue to show the world how they commit to sexual freedom and expression.
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