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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Formerly incarcerated students at UC Berkeley face barriers to education. A majority of them are Latine, who are overrepresented in California prisons. 
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Formerly incarcerated students at UC Berkeley face barriers to education. A majority of them are Latine, who are overrepresented in California prisons. 
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A study from researchers at UC Berkeley and Virginia Tech found high levels of arsenic in many low-income communities in the Central Valley. 
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A study from researchers at UC Berkeley and Virginia Tech found high levels of arsenic in many low-income communities in the Central Valley. 
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The union members want California’s largest HMO to wake up and confront the mental health crisis surging in our state and across the nation.
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The union members want California’s largest HMO to wake up and confront the mental health crisis surging in our state and across the nation.
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When campus alumnus Kristen Hwang logged onto a zoom call with the other Student Academy Awards finalists in September, she was not expecting to hear that her thesis film, “When They’re Gone,” had won the top prize for a documentary film.  
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When campus alumnus Kristen Hwang logged onto a zoom call with the other Student Academy Awards finalists in September, she was not expecting to hear that her thesis film, “When They’re Gone,” had won the top prize for a documentary film.  
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There is a fundamental disconnect between the resources given to the agriculture industry and the benefit it provides to California.
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There is a fundamental disconnect between the resources given to the agriculture industry and the benefit it provides to California.
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Being in Berkeley this summer has me thinking about what I miss about the summer heat. But here's the catch — I don't really miss too much about it.
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Being in Berkeley this summer has me thinking about what I miss about the summer heat. But here's the catch — I don't really miss too much about it.
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For people of color, the pandemic has brought disproportionate risk linked to environmental burdens that compromise the health of people in sacrifice zones.
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For people of color, the pandemic has brought disproportionate risk linked to environmental burdens that compromise the health of people in sacrifice zones.
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President Donald Trump may be falling behind former vice president Joe Biden with moderate conservative voters in California, according to a poll conducted by UC Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Studies.
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President Donald Trump may be falling behind former vice president Joe Biden with moderate conservative voters in California, according to a poll conducted by UC Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Studies.
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If we want to really change the environmental degradation we are seeing, we need to push for more serious action, such as the Green New Deal.
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If we want to really change the environmental degradation we are seeing, we need to push for more serious action, such as the Green New Deal.
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The decrease of tule fog in the Central Valley is linked to a decrease in air pollution, according to a study published by UC Berkeley researchers March 28.
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The decrease of tule fog in the Central Valley is linked to a decrease in air pollution, according to a study published by UC Berkeley researchers March 28.
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