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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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Valerie Hsieh

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It’s true: Not much is mandatory, but I would encourage participation anyway.
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It’s true: Not much is mandatory, but I would encourage participation anyway.
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More than 600 candle-lit lanterns floated down the Berkeley Aquatic Park Saturday evening as part of the 16th annual Bay Area Peace Lantern Ceremony, an event which commemorates the victims of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
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More than 600 candle-lit lanterns floated down the Berkeley Aquatic Park Saturday evening as part of the 16th annual Bay Area Peace Lantern Ceremony, an event which commemorates the victims of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
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On July 14, UC Berkeley administration released a new draft policy for groups that seek to host events on campus facilities.
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On July 14, UC Berkeley administration released a new draft policy for groups that seek to host events on campus facilities.
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The five-floor project — to be called The Blake — will be located at 2035 Blake Street and will include 67 bike-parking spaces, electronic voltage-ready parking stalls and rooftop solar panels.
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The five-floor project — to be called The Blake — will be located at 2035 Blake Street and will include 67 bike-parking spaces, electronic voltage-ready parking stalls and rooftop solar panels.
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The forum, the first of four, is designed to give attendees an opportunity to interact with police officers from throughout the department, according to a BPD press release.
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The forum, the first of four, is designed to give attendees an opportunity to interact with police officers from throughout the department, according to a BPD press release.
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To go to UC Berkeley you have to be a character. To survive on "Game of Thrones," you need to be an even bigger one. Let's combine the two, shall we?
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To go to UC Berkeley you have to be a character. To survive on "Game of Thrones," you need to be an even bigger one. Let's combine the two, shall we?
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The East Bay Municipal Utility District Board of Directors voted 6-1 Tuesday to increase water and wastewater service charges for a two-year period, effective Wednesday.
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The East Bay Municipal Utility District Board of Directors voted 6-1 Tuesday to increase water and wastewater service charges for a two-year period, effective Wednesday.
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In his first state of the city address, Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín called on the city to “get serious” about addressing local homelessness and affordable housing.
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In his first state of the city address, Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín called on the city to “get serious” about addressing local homelessness and affordable housing.
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On the south side of campus, 30 instances of vandalism — including slashed vehicle tires and spray-painted messages — were reported to the Berkeley Police Department June 28, according to a BPD statement released on July 3.
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On the south side of campus, 30 instances of vandalism — including slashed vehicle tires and spray-painted messages — were reported to the Berkeley Police Department June 28, according to a BPD statement released on July 3.
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UC Berkeley’s School of Social Welfare received a $3.4 million grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration — an agency of the United States Department of Health and Human Services — to fund its new Latino Center of Excellence, a campus press release announced Friday.
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UC Berkeley’s School of Social Welfare received a $3.4 million grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration — an agency of the United States Department of Health and Human Services — to fund its new Latino Center of Excellence, a campus press release announced Friday.
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