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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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All eyes turned to New York May 14, when 10 people were killed and three injured at a supermarket in Buffalo, a massacre some alleged to be racially motivated with 11 out of 13 victims being Black.
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All eyes turned to New York May 14, when 10 people were killed and three injured at a supermarket in Buffalo, a massacre some alleged to be racially motivated with 11 out of 13 victims being Black.
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On Feb. 24, the campus College of Chemistry Dean Douglas Clark announced the passing of professor emeritus Andrew Streitwieser in a letter to the campus community.
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On Feb. 24, the campus College of Chemistry Dean Douglas Clark announced the passing of professor emeritus Andrew Streitwieser in a letter to the campus community.
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While language may seem to change rather quickly, toponyms, or place names, tend to last. People often care deeply about them, making them so entrenched in the culture of a place that they can outlive whole civilizations.
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While language may seem to change rather quickly, toponyms, or place names, tend to last. People often care deeply about them, making them so entrenched in the culture of a place that they can outlive whole civilizations.
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McClure brings to Cal nearly three decades of experience having previously coached Nebraska, UCLA, Buffalo, Sacramento State and, most recently, Nevada.
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McClure brings to Cal nearly three decades of experience having previously coached Nebraska, UCLA, Buffalo, Sacramento State and, most recently, Nevada.
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The English language can be so confusing with all its loopholes and tricky trickeries. Here are six convoluted, unnecessarily bizarre sentences that are still grammatically correct.
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The English language can be so confusing with all its loopholes and tricky trickeries. Here are six convoluted, unnecessarily bizarre sentences that are still grammatically correct.
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