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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Thankfully, there are a ton of places off campus or close by that make for the perfect study spots during dead week. Here is a list of places in the Berkeley area that are perfect for studying! 
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Thankfully, there are a ton of places off campus or close by that make for the perfect study spots during dead week. Here is a list of places in the Berkeley area that are perfect for studying! 
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín announced that the city of Berkeley would begin providing COVID-19 booster vaccines equipped against the highly infectious omicron variant in an email statement Thursday.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín announced that the city of Berkeley would begin providing COVID-19 booster vaccines equipped against the highly infectious omicron variant in an email statement Thursday.
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Now that I've been going to the library for a few months, I've found that it is extremely beneficial for my wallet, my mental health and even the planet. So, here are some reasons why I love the public library and think you will too.
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Now that I've been going to the library for a few months, I've found that it is extremely beneficial for my wallet, my mental health and even the planet. So, here are some reasons why I love the public library and think you will too.
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The city of Berkeley is allegedly losing millions of dollars each year due to basing parcel taxes on inaccurate data until voters amend the calculation process via special election or the city takes unprecedented action.
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The city of Berkeley is allegedly losing millions of dollars each year due to basing parcel taxes on inaccurate data until voters amend the calculation process via special election or the city takes unprecedented action.
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Remembered as a lifelong champion of youth public library services, acclaimed librarian Regina Minudri died June 18 at the age of 84 after a series of strokes after a series of strokes.
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Remembered as a lifelong champion of youth public library services, acclaimed librarian Regina Minudri died June 18 at the age of 84 after a series of strokes after a series of strokes.
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The Tarea Hall Pittman South Branch of the Berkeley Public Library, or BPL reopened to patrons Tuesday, making it the fourth branch to resume indoor library services since closing in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The Tarea Hall Pittman South Branch of the Berkeley Public Library, or BPL reopened to patrons Tuesday, making it the fourth branch to resume indoor library services since closing in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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UC Berkeley’s resident falcon chicks have been named Fauci, Wek’-Wek’ and Kaknu following a voting process run by Cal Falcons with public submissions, polling and creative suggestions from Berkeley children.
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UC Berkeley’s resident falcon chicks have been named Fauci, Wek’-Wek’ and Kaknu following a voting process run by Cal Falcons with public submissions, polling and creative suggestions from Berkeley children.
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On Thursday, the Berkeley Public Library announced that it will be opening three of its locations up to the public over the following weeks.
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On Thursday, the Berkeley Public Library announced that it will be opening three of its locations up to the public over the following weeks.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín hosted a town hall Monday to discuss COVID-19 updates, the city’s plan for reopening and rental assistance questions. 
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín hosted a town hall Monday to discuss COVID-19 updates, the city’s plan for reopening and rental assistance questions. 
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On May 12, UC Berkeley’s three new peregrine falcons were all determined to be male during Banding Day. Each chick received one band from the national Bird Banding Laboratory with a unique nine-digit number, along with a four-digit visual identification band that allows people to more easily identify the birds from a distance. 
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On May 12, UC Berkeley’s three new peregrine falcons were all determined to be male during Banding Day. Each chick received one band from the national Bird Banding Laboratory with a unique nine-digit number, along with a four-digit visual identification band that allows people to more easily identify the birds from a distance. 
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