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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 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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California’s Beyond the Blueprint framework will shape how people return to “mega” events in the state with vaccination and testing requirements effective June 15.
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California’s Beyond the Blueprint framework will shape how people return to “mega” events in the state with vaccination and testing requirements effective June 15.
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Candid conversations with chief executives in a speaker series was just one of the many unique opportunities campus alumnus Michael Li was able to experience through UC Berkeley’s Management, Entrepreneurship & Technology, or M.E.T., program.
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Candid conversations with chief executives in a speaker series was just one of the many unique opportunities campus alumnus Michael Li was able to experience through UC Berkeley’s Management, Entrepreneurship & Technology, or M.E.T., program.
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The Maktab Tarighat Oveyssi, or MTO, Shahmaghsoudi School of Islamic Sufism in Berkeley celebrated the International Day of Light on Sunday with a virtual roundtable discussion on light, peace and sustainability.
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The Maktab Tarighat Oveyssi, or MTO, Shahmaghsoudi School of Islamic Sufism in Berkeley celebrated the International Day of Light on Sunday with a virtual roundtable discussion on light, peace and sustainability.
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The Maktab Tarighat Oveyssi, or MTO, Shahmaghsoudi School of Islamic Sufism in Berkeley celebrated the end of Ramadan by donating three tons of groceries and 400 face masks to the Bear Pantry at University Village in Albany.
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The Maktab Tarighat Oveyssi, or MTO, Shahmaghsoudi School of Islamic Sufism in Berkeley celebrated the end of Ramadan by donating three tons of groceries and 400 face masks to the Bear Pantry at University Village in Albany.
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Berkeley City Council unanimously passed an ordinance April 27 limiting the use of militarized equipment, which can be utilized for the purpose of crowd control.
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Berkeley City Council unanimously passed an ordinance April 27 limiting the use of militarized equipment, which can be utilized for the purpose of crowd control.
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Almost 200 people came together Saturday at a Zoom rally hosted by the University Council-American Federation of Teachers, or UC-AFT, to demand a fair contract for UC lecturers and demonstrate their willingness to strike.
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Almost 200 people came together Saturday at a Zoom rally hosted by the University Council-American Federation of Teachers, or UC-AFT, to demand a fair contract for UC lecturers and demonstrate their willingness to strike.
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For Berkeley community member Joe Liesner, getting out of the concrete-covered city of Berkeley and exploring a state park or beach feels wonderful.
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For Berkeley community member Joe Liesner, getting out of the concrete-covered city of Berkeley and exploring a state park or beach feels wonderful.
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A $10 million donation from Pioneer Material Precision Tech, or PMP Tech, will fund the UC Berkeley College of Chemistry’s construction of Heathcock Hall.
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A $10 million donation from Pioneer Material Precision Tech, or PMP Tech, will fund the UC Berkeley College of Chemistry’s construction of Heathcock Hall.
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After becoming eligible for a COVID-19 vaccination, 93-year-old Marie Kolstad tried to schedule an appointment for days but faced challenges with the online process. When Kolstad asked her neighbor Erin Kraemer for help, Kraemer noted the need to address technological barriers for specific communities acquiring the vaccine.
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After becoming eligible for a COVID-19 vaccination, 93-year-old Marie Kolstad tried to schedule an appointment for days but faced challenges with the online process. When Kolstad asked her neighbor Erin Kraemer for help, Kraemer noted the need to address technological barriers for specific communities acquiring the vaccine.
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After 70 years of facing challenges to studying actinide elements due to their scarcity and radioactivity, researchers can now analyze and image these elements in nanogram amounts using regular equipment.
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After 70 years of facing challenges to studying actinide elements due to their scarcity and radioactivity, researchers can now analyze and image these elements in nanogram amounts using regular equipment.
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