BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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UC Berkeley graduating senior Anjika Pai was chosen as the 2022 University Medal winner, the highest honor for a graduating senior. 
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UC Berkeley graduating senior Anjika Pai was chosen as the 2022 University Medal winner, the highest honor for a graduating senior. 
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Alienor Baskevitch is enthralled by the outdoors — the sun, the air and being surrounded by flora and fauna brings her unfiltered, anxiety-free joy.
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Alienor Baskevitch is enthralled by the outdoors — the sun, the air and being surrounded by flora and fauna brings her unfiltered, anxiety-free joy.
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At the start of the pandemic, as cities implemented lockdowns, there were dramatic reductions in air pollution and carbon emissions due to the closing of transportation and manufacturing, according to Alastair Iles, campus associate professor of environmental policy and societal change.
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At the start of the pandemic, as cities implemented lockdowns, there were dramatic reductions in air pollution and carbon emissions due to the closing of transportation and manufacturing, according to Alastair Iles, campus associate professor of environmental policy and societal change.
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In light of the Nov. 3 election, some UC Berkeley professors are finding different ways to accommodate students in the classroom.
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In light of the Nov. 3 election, some UC Berkeley professors are finding different ways to accommodate students in the classroom.
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In May, the UC Berkeley Recreational Sports Facility declared its intention to shut down the No Limits, or NL, personal training program for disabled students because of a lack of funding.
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In May, the UC Berkeley Recreational Sports Facility declared its intention to shut down the No Limits, or NL, personal training program for disabled students because of a lack of funding.
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In the first lecture, Pineda lost no time in frankly discussing his disability with the class. A neuromuscular condition means he has weak muscles, and needs a wheelchair for mobility and a machine to help him breathe. He needs a personal assistant with him at all times to help him with daily living tasks.
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In the first lecture, Pineda lost no time in frankly discussing his disability with the class. A neuromuscular condition means he has weak muscles, and needs a wheelchair for mobility and a machine to help him breathe. He needs a personal assistant with him at all times to help him with daily living tasks.
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Corporations understand the recent consumer trend for eco-friendly products and are using it to generate more profit in places like Berkeley, a city known for its activism.
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Corporations understand the recent consumer trend for eco-friendly products and are using it to generate more profit in places like Berkeley, a city known for its activism.
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UC President Janet Napolitano announced her support for the creation of local food sustainability and security projects in UC’s Global Food Initiative Wednesday.
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UC President Janet Napolitano announced her support for the creation of local food sustainability and security projects in UC’s Global Food Initiative Wednesday.
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The Berkeley Food Institute, a newly-formed campus group that seeks to comprehensively address food issues through interdisciplinary study, co-sponsored its second event this Monday — bringing together about 35 students, faculty and community members for a presentation and reception with, of course, food.
The Berkeley Food Institute, a newly-formed campus group that seeks to comprehensively address food issues through interdisciplinary study, co-sponsored its second event this Monday — bringing together about 35 students, faculty and community members for a presentation and reception with, of course, food.
In an attempt to replace costly, often uncomfortable large-scale ventilation systems, UC Berkeley researchers have designed a revolutionary thermal control system to cut energy consumption while improving user comfort.
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In an attempt to replace costly, often uncomfortable large-scale ventilation systems, UC Berkeley researchers have designed a revolutionary thermal control system to cut energy consumption while improving user comfort.
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