BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 02, 2022

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While many governments are moving to relax physical distancing measures, the American health care system may be hit with a greater COVID-19 burden than originally anticipated, a recent UC Berkeley study found.
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While many governments are moving to relax physical distancing measures, the American health care system may be hit with a greater COVID-19 burden than originally anticipated, a recent UC Berkeley study found.
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When we celebrated and acknowledged Chinese traditions, however, it never felt like my culture. There has always been an intangible sense of displacement or distance from my birthplace.
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When we celebrated and acknowledged Chinese traditions, however, it never felt like my culture. There has always been an intangible sense of displacement or distance from my birthplace.
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A crisis can compel us to make moral decisions that reveal what kinds of people we really are. Above all, this pandemic is a moral test for humanity.
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A crisis can compel us to make moral decisions that reveal what kinds of people we really are. Above all, this pandemic is a moral test for humanity.
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UC Berkeley's Othering & Belonging Institute launched an interactive map of California on March 28 displaying consolidated information on coronavirus cases and other community factors.
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UC Berkeley's Othering & Belonging Institute launched an interactive map of California on March 28 displaying consolidated information on coronavirus cases and other community factors.
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Sinophobia emanates from a historical resentment. A fear of all Chinese people is linked to past ethnic trends and, today, COVID-19.
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Sinophobia emanates from a historical resentment. A fear of all Chinese people is linked to past ethnic trends and, today, COVID-19.
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Noodles Fresh, a Chinese restaurant and tea house that opened its first location in El Cerrito in 2015, opened in Berkeley on March 1.
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Noodles Fresh, a Chinese restaurant and tea house that opened its first location in El Cerrito in 2015, opened in Berkeley on March 1.
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It is nearly impossible to imagine March Madness without an audience to create the atmosphere that has made the tournament so popular.
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It is nearly impossible to imagine March Madness without an audience to create the atmosphere that has made the tournament so popular.
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Our plurality is one of our major strengths, leading not only to an enriching academic experience but also to one that is socially and culturally unique.
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Our plurality is one of our major strengths, leading not only to an enriching academic experience but also to one that is socially and culturally unique.
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Throughout human history, biology has thrown humanity a variety of curveballs. In the 21st century, it was Ebola, Zika and now the coronavirus.
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Throughout human history, biology has thrown humanity a variety of curveballs. In the 21st century, it was Ebola, Zika and now the coronavirus.
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Every semester, the Berkeley Forum hosts a series of panels and speakers, all on a variety of timely topics and featuring significant community members.
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Every semester, the Berkeley Forum hosts a series of panels and speakers, all on a variety of timely topics and featuring significant community members.
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