BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Lacking the auditory depth that made her 2017 single “Alaska” a hit, much of the LP feels one-note, both in the literal and figurative senses.
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Lacking the auditory depth that made her 2017 single “Alaska” a hit, much of the LP feels one-note, both in the literal and figurative senses.
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Philip Kreycik, Berkeley resident, long-distance runner, outdoor enthusiast and father, died at age 37 after disappearing on a run in Pleasanton on July 10.
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Philip Kreycik, Berkeley resident, long-distance runner, outdoor enthusiast and father, died at age 37 after disappearing on a run in Pleasanton on July 10.
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Many people, including myself, have felt disenfranchised by the current two-party system and grown tired of “lesser evilism” repeated every election cycle.
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Many people, including myself, have felt disenfranchised by the current two-party system and grown tired of “lesser evilism” repeated every election cycle.
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While carrying more than 50-pound backpacks, we chose a path that included four miles of walking either on a muddy all-terrain-vehicle trail or through shrubs, and then hiking upward for more than 1,600 feet in elevation on slopes covered with bushes.
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While carrying more than 50-pound backpacks, we chose a path that included four miles of walking either on a muddy all-terrain-vehicle trail or through shrubs, and then hiking upward for more than 1,600 feet in elevation on slopes covered with bushes.
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Urban Shield, a training exercise for emergency response teams, sparked controversy when it held its operations in September on a bird nature reserve at Alameda Point that is home to endangered species.
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Urban Shield, a training exercise for emergency response teams, sparked controversy when it held its operations in September on a bird nature reserve at Alameda Point that is home to endangered species.
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What do illegal camping, bilingual sailing lessons and Robert Kennedy have in common? They each could be your path to a future university professorship — or, at least, they each were part of a UC Berkeley faculty member's road to success.
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What do illegal camping, bilingual sailing lessons and Robert Kennedy have in common? They each could be your path to a future university professorship — or, at least, they each were part of a UC Berkeley faculty member's road to success.
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After reading Henry David Thoreau’s “Walden,” inspired by his impassioned rejection of social structure, I proclaimed myself a transcendentalist.
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After reading Henry David Thoreau’s “Walden,” inspired by his impassioned rejection of social structure, I proclaimed myself a transcendentalist.
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