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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 04, 2022

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As part of its goal to diversify revenue, UC Berkeley’s Memorial Stadium will soon begin renting to new tenants and expanding events to include weddings.
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As part of its goal to diversify revenue, UC Berkeley’s Memorial Stadium will soon begin renting to new tenants and expanding events to include weddings.
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Berkeley may soon require food establishments in the city to use compostable containers and utensils over plastics.
Berkeley may soon require food establishments in the city to use compostable containers and utensils over plastics.
Starbucks will not be coming to south Berkeley anytime soon following a 6-3 vote by the Berkeley City Council Tuesday night to deny the business’s permit application.
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Starbucks will not be coming to south Berkeley anytime soon following a 6-3 vote by the Berkeley City Council Tuesday night to deny the business’s permit application.
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For the first time, astronomers led by a team at UC Berkeley have peered into the heart of an exploding star, giving them unprecedented insight into fundamental physics behind how stars crescendo into supernova explosions.
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For the first time, astronomers led by a team at UC Berkeley have peered into the heart of an exploding star, giving them unprecedented insight into fundamental physics behind how stars crescendo into supernova explosions.
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Ukraine, a normally peaceful country, was recently fractured by a series of violent protests culminating in scores of deaths, the ousting of its president and what many Ukrainians have called a “land invasion” by Russia.
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Ukraine, a normally peaceful country, was recently fractured by a series of violent protests culminating in scores of deaths, the ousting of its president and what many Ukrainians have called a “land invasion” by Russia.
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The death of animal test subjects in a UC Berkeley laboratory sparked a protest Wednesday that included 15 UC Berkeley students and animal activists in front of Barker Hall.
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The death of animal test subjects in a UC Berkeley laboratory sparked a protest Wednesday that included 15 UC Berkeley students and animal activists in front of Barker Hall.
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The UC Office of the President announced Monday that they will collaborate with Directing Change, a video contest that seeks to amplify suicide prevention and mental health awareness.
The UC Office of the President announced Monday that they will collaborate with Directing Change, a video contest that seeks to amplify suicide prevention and mental health awareness.
Charles “Chuck” Fillmore, a UC Berkeley professor emeritus of linguistics, died Feb. 13 after a two-year fight against brain cancer. He was 84.
Charles “Chuck” Fillmore, a UC Berkeley professor emeritus of linguistics, died Feb. 13 after a two-year fight against brain cancer. He was 84.
To gather support from local businesses, BFT launched a contract campaign with their “Teachers Across Berkeley” event on Feb. 11, during which over one hundred teacher volunteers embarked on a city-wide walk, distributing fliers and appealing to the public.
To gather support from local businesses, BFT launched a contract campaign with their “Teachers Across Berkeley” event on Feb. 11, during which over one hundred teacher volunteers embarked on a city-wide walk, distributing fliers and appealing to the public.
The university and its service and patient care worker union negotiated into the night Wednesday as the second day of the union’s strike authorization vote came to an end.
The university and its service and patient care worker union negotiated into the night Wednesday as the second day of the union’s strike authorization vote came to an end.