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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 18, 2023

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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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A study measuring air pollution levels and disparities in the Bay Area was published Tuesday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
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A study measuring air pollution levels and disparities in the Bay Area was published Tuesday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
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A study by UC Berkeley professors published in the National Bureau of Economic Research found that ride-sharing apps have significantly decreased U.S. traffic fatalities.
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A study by UC Berkeley professors published in the National Bureau of Economic Research found that ride-sharing apps have significantly decreased U.S. traffic fatalities.
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Students and faculty returned to campus for the first day of classes Wednesday, with reactions ranging from nervousness to excitement.
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Students and faculty returned to campus for the first day of classes Wednesday, with reactions ranging from nervousness to excitement.
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A veteran of the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office, Yesenia Sanchez is running for Alameda County sheriff based on accountability and community engagement.
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A veteran of the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office, Yesenia Sanchez is running for Alameda County sheriff based on accountability and community engagement.
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As the fall semester draws near and COVID-19 variants cast uncertainty on reopening plans, a virtual panel of UC Berkeley health experts addressed questions about what the changing COVID-19 landscape means for the campus community.
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As the fall semester draws near and COVID-19 variants cast uncertainty on reopening plans, a virtual panel of UC Berkeley health experts addressed questions about what the changing COVID-19 landscape means for the campus community.
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Residence Inn Berkeley, a 16-story hotel, will be opening in Downtown Berkeley this October in response to growing demands.
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Residence Inn Berkeley, a 16-story hotel, will be opening in Downtown Berkeley this October in response to growing demands.
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Former campus archivist William Benemann was going through the Social Protest Collection in the Bancroft Library when he came across a mimeographed form from 1970 written by campus’s Gay Students Union. The form asked former California governor Ronald Reagan to attend the first openly-gay dance on campus after he told a KQED reporter that he hadn’t been invited.
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Former campus archivist William Benemann was going through the Social Protest Collection in the Bancroft Library when he came across a mimeographed form from 1970 written by campus’s Gay Students Union. The form asked former California governor Ronald Reagan to attend the first openly-gay dance on campus after he told a KQED reporter that he hadn’t been invited.
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The Berkeley Rausser College of Natural Resources held a discussion Wednesday on the social cost of carbon as part of the Breakthroughs Magazine Virtual Series.
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The Berkeley Rausser College of Natural Resources held a discussion Wednesday on the social cost of carbon as part of the Breakthroughs Magazine Virtual Series.
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State legislators unveiled a new proposal Tuesday that would increase the number of California residents admitted to three UC colleges by limiting out-of-state and international enrollment.
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State legislators unveiled a new proposal Tuesday that would increase the number of California residents admitted to three UC colleges by limiting out-of-state and international enrollment.
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UC Berkeley will auction two nonfungible tokens, or NFTs, relating to Nobel Prize-winning inventions for the funding of future research and innovation.
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UC Berkeley will auction two nonfungible tokens, or NFTs, relating to Nobel Prize-winning inventions for the funding of future research and innovation.
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