BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 02, 2022

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When UC Berkeley students set their clocks back one hour for daylight savings Nov. 1, one famous Berkeley landmark lost track of time — the Campanile.
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When UC Berkeley students set their clocks back one hour for daylight savings Nov. 1, one famous Berkeley landmark lost track of time — the Campanile.
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Each year, Juneteenth commemorates a milestone to freedom for Black Americans. As Black people celebrate this weekend, support Black businesses and buy these products from a Bay Area business. 
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Each year, Juneteenth commemorates a milestone to freedom for Black Americans. As Black people celebrate this weekend, support Black businesses and buy these products from a Bay Area business. 
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Eight UC Berkeley faculty were elected to the National Academy of Sciences this year, bringing the number of living campus faculty in the NAS up to 135.
Eight UC Berkeley faculty were elected to the National Academy of Sciences this year, bringing the number of living campus faculty in the NAS up to 135.
This week, Becca and the guys go to Richmond, Virginia, the city version of a Michaels craft store.
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This week, Becca and the guys go to Richmond, Virginia, the city version of a Michaels craft store.
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The event is Berkeley’s version of a celebration that now takes place across the country to mark the end of slavery in Texas, as well as in the United States generally.
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The event is Berkeley’s version of a celebration that now takes place across the country to mark the end of slavery in Texas, as well as in the United States generally.
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The UC was chartered on March 23, 1868 when California governor Henry Haight signed the Organic Act, which created California’s first land-grant university. The road to Charter Day was paved years before this, however, with a little help from former president Abraham Lincoln.
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The UC was chartered on March 23, 1868 when California governor Henry Haight signed the Organic Act, which created California’s first land-grant university. The road to Charter Day was paved years before this, however, with a little help from former president Abraham Lincoln.
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“Phantom Thread” is not only a sharp psychological character study, but one of the most creatively illustrated romances in film.
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“Phantom Thread” is not only a sharp psychological character study, but one of the most creatively illustrated romances in film.
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Michael found himself hiding in a corner from his own house party. And he didn’t even like Halloween. All he had wanted to do was play StarCraft.
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Michael found himself hiding in a corner from his own house party. And he didn’t even like Halloween. All he had wanted to do was play StarCraft.
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After careful analysis of each ASUC presidential candidate's platforms, we've constructed this meticulously crafted and incredibly accurate quiz to aid you in your vote for the next ASUC president.
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After careful analysis of each ASUC presidential candidate's platforms, we've constructed this meticulously crafted and incredibly accurate quiz to aid you in your vote for the next ASUC president.
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