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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 06, 2023

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Ying Lee, Berkeley’s first Asian American city councilmember, has died, leaving behind a memory of her kind spirit and fierce activism. 
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Ying Lee, Berkeley’s first Asian American city councilmember, has died, leaving behind a memory of her kind spirit and fierce activism. 
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Although moving far from home can often be isolating, Theresa Kwong knows how art can bridge the distance.
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Although moving far from home can often be isolating, Theresa Kwong knows how art can bridge the distance.
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“The staff situation is a nightmare,” said Hannah Hoffman in an interview with the BCC Voice. Hoffman is the former proprietor of Doughnut Dolly, a popular doughnut spot that suddenly closed its Berkeley, Oakland and San Francisco locations earlier this year.
“The staff situation is a nightmare,” said Hannah Hoffman in an interview with the BCC Voice. Hoffman is the former proprietor of Doughnut Dolly, a popular doughnut spot that suddenly closed its Berkeley, Oakland and San Francisco locations earlier this year.
UC Berkeley transfer student Begonia Herbert was only five years old when her mother left because of her father’s physical abuse, setting a haunting precedent of familial strife.
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UC Berkeley transfer student Begonia Herbert was only five years old when her mother left because of her father’s physical abuse, setting a haunting precedent of familial strife.
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Berkeley City College, along with 20 other Bay Area colleges, has agreed to enroll students from City College of San Francisco if the school loses its accreditation next year, according to an Oct. 14 report issued by CCSF.
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Berkeley City College, along with 20 other Bay Area colleges, has agreed to enroll students from City College of San Francisco if the school loses its accreditation next year, according to an Oct. 14 report issued by CCSF.
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