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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Created and funded by UC Berkeley Haas School of Business professor Alan Ross, the Chris Kindness Award allows anybody who works, lives or attends school in Berkeley to be nominated for any random act of kindness, one of which will then be voted on by the community to receive $1,000 each month. 
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Created and funded by UC Berkeley Haas School of Business professor Alan Ross, the Chris Kindness Award allows anybody who works, lives or attends school in Berkeley to be nominated for any random act of kindness, one of which will then be voted on by the community to receive $1,000 each month. 
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Political Science 179, the undergraduate political science colloquium, tasks students with listening to speakers from across the political spectrum for one hour each week in exchange for a unit.
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Political Science 179, the undergraduate political science colloquium, tasks students with listening to speakers from across the political spectrum for one hour each week in exchange for a unit.
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Two Berkeley postal workers tested positive for COVID-19 in mid-July, significantly increasing delays in the city’s post offices.
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Two Berkeley postal workers tested positive for COVID-19 in mid-July, significantly increasing delays in the city’s post offices.
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City Council candidate Aidan Hill’s arrest during a campus political science class Wednesday prompted a mixed reaction from the Berkeley community.
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City Council candidate Aidan Hill’s arrest during a campus political science class Wednesday prompted a mixed reaction from the Berkeley community.
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Aidan Hill, a candidate for Berkeley City Council District 7, was arrested in connection with disturbing a class in Wheeler Hall on Wednesday afternoon.
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Aidan Hill, a candidate for Berkeley City Council District 7, was arrested in connection with disturbing a class in Wheeler Hall on Wednesday afternoon.
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Kevin de León, president pro tem of the California State Senate and a candidate for the U.S. Senate elections, spoke to more than 600 UC Berkeley students in Wheeler Hall during Professor Alan Ross’s "Colloquium in Political Science" class, or Political Science 179, on Tuesday.
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Kevin de León, president pro tem of the California State Senate and a candidate for the U.S. Senate elections, spoke to more than 600 UC Berkeley students in Wheeler Hall during Professor Alan Ross’s "Colloquium in Political Science" class, or Political Science 179, on Tuesday.
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Prop. 10, which will appear on the Nov. 2018 ballot, would repeal the 1995 Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act that controls cities’ jurisdiction over rent control laws. Under the current act, cities cannot pass rent control laws affecting condominiums or single-family housing nor can they enact rent control on apartments occupied after February 1995.
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Prop. 10, which will appear on the Nov. 2018 ballot, would repeal the 1995 Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act that controls cities’ jurisdiction over rent control laws. Under the current act, cities cannot pass rent control laws affecting condominiums or single-family housing nor can they enact rent control on apartments occupied after February 1995.
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Every semester, Political Science 179, a guest speaker colloquium class, attracts new students across every major — but among the crowd, there is one veteran student who is all too familiar with the class.
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Every semester, Political Science 179, a guest speaker colloquium class, attracts new students across every major — but among the crowd, there is one veteran student who is all too familiar with the class.
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Star Parker, a conservative activist and founder of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education, or CURE, visited a campus political science class Wednesday to address issues of urban poverty.
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Star Parker, a conservative activist and founder of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education, or CURE, visited a campus political science class Wednesday to address issues of urban poverty.
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Just months after California legalized the recreational use of marijuana, the Trump administration announced that it may be more strictly enforcing federal laws against recreational drug use.
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Just months after California legalized the recreational use of marijuana, the Trump administration announced that it may be more strictly enforcing federal laws against recreational drug use.
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