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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Similar to many restaurants during the COVID-19 pandemic, Bette's Oceanview Diner was hit hard with economic challenges and imminent closure.
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Similar to many restaurants during the COVID-19 pandemic, Bette's Oceanview Diner was hit hard with economic challenges and imminent closure.
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The Berkeley Student Food Collective, or BSFC, launched a petition to appeal the ASUC Student Union Board’s rejection of their proposal to move into the vacant Bear’s Lair Bar in Eshleman Hall.
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The Berkeley Student Food Collective, or BSFC, launched a petition to appeal the ASUC Student Union Board’s rejection of their proposal to move into the vacant Bear’s Lair Bar in Eshleman Hall.
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BSFC is currently operating in a small space off campus, according to BSFC Executive Director Jeff Noven. A grocery store on campus would help students access affordable food and grocery options, including EBT food retail, Noven said in an email. 
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BSFC is currently operating in a small space off campus, according to BSFC Executive Director Jeff Noven. A grocery store on campus would help students access affordable food and grocery options, including EBT food retail, Noven said in an email. 
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UC Berkeley is celebrating Earth Week with events addressing a range of environmental topics including forestry, indgenous land and environmental justice throughout this week. 
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UC Berkeley is celebrating Earth Week with events addressing a range of environmental topics including forestry, indgenous land and environmental justice throughout this week. 
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Campus sophomore Osvaldo Barba is running independently for ASUC Senate on a platform centered on basic needs and student engagement with politics.
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Campus sophomore Osvaldo Barba is running independently for ASUC Senate on a platform centered on basic needs and student engagement with politics.
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More than 40% of college students have experienced food insecurity in some form or fashion, according to Feeding America — however, a vast number of food shortage cases fly under the radar due to embarrassment many feel about their situation.
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More than 40% of college students have experienced food insecurity in some form or fashion, according to Feeding America — however, a vast number of food shortage cases fly under the radar due to embarrassment many feel about their situation.
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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the UC Berkeley Food Pantry and the Berkeley Student Food Collective, or BSFC, have adjusted their health and safety standards to provide food and other resources to campus and the Berkeley community.
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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the UC Berkeley Food Pantry and the Berkeley Student Food Collective, or BSFC, have adjusted their health and safety standards to provide food and other resources to campus and the Berkeley community.
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The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs announced in April through a campuswide email that mandatory student fees would not be reduced for the fall semester, regardless of the mode of instruction.
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The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs announced in April through a campuswide email that mandatory student fees would not be reduced for the fall semester, regardless of the mode of instruction.
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Everywhere you go on campus, there's always someone carrying a water bottle covered with a variety of stickers. So, we at the Clog are here to break down what each unique Berkeley sticker means and what they say about you.
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Everywhere you go on campus, there's always someone carrying a water bottle covered with a variety of stickers. So, we at the Clog are here to break down what each unique Berkeley sticker means and what they say about you.
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In the last three years, at least 10 different boba, or bubble tea, shops have opened near the UC Berkeley campus — yet the exponential rise of these popular, sweetened teas has elicited a slew of controversy from students and community members.
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In the last three years, at least 10 different boba, or bubble tea, shops have opened near the UC Berkeley campus — yet the exponential rise of these popular, sweetened teas has elicited a slew of controversy from students and community members.
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