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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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

Vani Suresh

Special Issues Editor

Vani Suresh is the current Special Issues Editor and sits on the Senior Editorial Board. She previously served as a deputy news editor in Spring 2022, and has written for the news department since 2020. Contact her at [email protected]

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The Berkeley Half Marathon will occur Sunday, Feb. 23, resulting in street closures, adjusted bus routes and parking restrictions. 
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The Berkeley Half Marathon will occur Sunday, Feb. 23, resulting in street closures, adjusted bus routes and parking restrictions. 
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A car crashed into the Alpha Phi sorority house early Thursday morning, shaking the house and causing residents to evacuate. 
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A car crashed into the Alpha Phi sorority house early Thursday morning, shaking the house and causing residents to evacuate. 
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UC Berkeley announced plans to start the spring 2022 semester with two weeks of fully remote instruction, before returning to in-person instruction Jan. 31.
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UC Berkeley announced plans to start the spring 2022 semester with two weeks of fully remote instruction, before returning to in-person instruction Jan. 31.
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The People’s Park Council held a rally and street fair against UC People’s Park development plans outside Resources for Community Development offices.
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The People’s Park Council held a rally and street fair against UC People’s Park development plans outside Resources for Community Development offices.
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Even after working with tech professionals and recruiters to improve her resume, software engineer Angelina Lee received no calls back to interview. To investigate what she was missing, Lee created a false resume and applied to several companies to see if recruiters really even read them.
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Even after working with tech professionals and recruiters to improve her resume, software engineer Angelina Lee received no calls back to interview. To investigate what she was missing, Lee created a false resume and applied to several companies to see if recruiters really even read them.
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For some students, UC Berkeley’s work-study program has been a source of support amid several challenges brought by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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For some students, UC Berkeley’s work-study program has been a source of support amid several challenges brought by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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At a Campus Conversations event Tuesday, campus faculty discussed creating a new wave of journalism through the diversification of students.
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At a Campus Conversations event Tuesday, campus faculty discussed creating a new wave of journalism through the diversification of students.
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UC Berkeley professors Inez Fung and Saul Perlmutter were appointed Wednesday to the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology, or PCAST.
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UC Berkeley professors Inez Fung and Saul Perlmutter were appointed Wednesday to the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology, or PCAST.
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Berkeley police were filmed standing behind two people who were hanging an antisemitic banner on a pedestrian bridge over Highway 80.
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Berkeley police were filmed standing behind two people who were hanging an antisemitic banner on a pedestrian bridge over Highway 80.
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The UC Berkeley community gathered Wednesday at the annual campus memorial to honor the campus students, staff and faculty who passed away over the past year.
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The UC Berkeley community gathered Wednesday at the annual campus memorial to honor the campus students, staff and faculty who passed away over the past year.
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