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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Mere seconds before a 5.1 magnitude earthquake struck the San Jose area on Oct. 25, 2.2 million Californians received an early emergency notification.
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Mere seconds before a 5.1 magnitude earthquake struck the San Jose area on Oct. 25, 2.2 million Californians received an early emergency notification.
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The Supreme Court decided in March 2021 that detaining someone before their trial solely because they cannot pay bail violates clauses of the Constitution. A year later, researchers found that significant change still needs to be made in the pretrial detention system.
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The Supreme Court decided in March 2021 that detaining someone before their trial solely because they cannot pay bail violates clauses of the Constitution. A year later, researchers found that significant change still needs to be made in the pretrial detention system.
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He watched as a big, mangy deer burst through the tree line, glorious even though it was emaciated.  It was the first deer K.C. had seen in 10 years.
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He watched as a big, mangy deer burst through the tree line, glorious even though it was emaciated.  It was the first deer K.C. had seen in 10 years.
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Easy access to menstrual products is essential for students’ holistic health and academic success.
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Easy access to menstrual products is essential for students’ holistic health and academic success.
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The U.S. Court of Appeals ruled DACA unconstitutional on Oct. 5, barring new undocumented immigrant applicants from receiving the program’s deportation protections.
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The U.S. Court of Appeals ruled DACA unconstitutional on Oct. 5, barring new undocumented immigrant applicants from receiving the program’s deportation protections.
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California Governor Gavin Newsom signed AB 2147, “The Freedom to Walk Act,” to decriminalize jaywalking in California and mitigate racial bias in law enforcement on Friday.
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California Governor Gavin Newsom signed AB 2147, “The Freedom to Walk Act,” to decriminalize jaywalking in California and mitigate racial bias in law enforcement on Friday.
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Here’s a playlist for when all you want is a rainy day in New York, but the closest you can get is an Angelino film major who once served cold coffee to Woody Allen. No milk, no sugar.
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Here’s a playlist for when all you want is a rainy day in New York, but the closest you can get is an Angelino film major who once served cold coffee to Woody Allen. No milk, no sugar.
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Containing items ranging from hand-made indigenous maps to those based on works of fiction, Bancroft Library’s newest cartography exhibit brings a rich breadth of treasures for public display.
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Containing items ranging from hand-made indigenous maps to those based on works of fiction, Bancroft Library’s newest cartography exhibit brings a rich breadth of treasures for public display.
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The UC system announced the launch of the UC Dual Admission pilot program Sept. 16, introducing a new transfer pathway for California high school students beginning next spring.
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The UC system announced the launch of the UC Dual Admission pilot program Sept. 16, introducing a new transfer pathway for California high school students beginning next spring.
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Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky spoke about the Supreme Court in a livestreamed Campus Conversations event Monday.
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Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky spoke about the Supreme Court in a livestreamed Campus Conversations event Monday.
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