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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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As COVID-19 cases continue to rise among frontline workers in the Bay Area and beyond, AC Transit riders can expect delays beginning Friday.
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As COVID-19 cases continue to rise among frontline workers in the Bay Area and beyond, AC Transit riders can expect delays beginning Friday.
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With omicron having become the dominant COVID-19 variant, the UC Office of the President has given campuses the option to begin their spring terms remotely.
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With omicron having become the dominant COVID-19 variant, the UC Office of the President has given campuses the option to begin their spring terms remotely.
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City of Berkeley and Alameda County health officials detected five cases of the emerging and spreading Omicron variant among county residents on Friday, one of whom is a city local.  
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City of Berkeley and Alameda County health officials detected five cases of the emerging and spreading Omicron variant among county residents on Friday, one of whom is a city local.  
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UC-AFT has called on UCOP to provide an updated contract to lecturers that will ensure job stability and improved compensation.
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UC-AFT has called on UCOP to provide an updated contract to lecturers that will ensure job stability and improved compensation.
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Looking back just over one year later, it’s astonishing to see the profound effect that the NBA had in getting us all to understand that this is something that we needed to address as a country as soon as we could.
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Looking back just over one year later, it’s astonishing to see the profound effect that the NBA had in getting us all to understand that this is something that we needed to address as a country as soon as we could.
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In light of the coronavirus and the growing hate aimed at the Asian community, Lin learned to use his experiences with racism — experiences he previously internalized — as opportunities to call for change.
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In light of the coronavirus and the growing hate aimed at the Asian community, Lin learned to use his experiences with racism — experiences he previously internalized — as opportunities to call for change.
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Fika gives people both a place and mindset to gather with others. It’s a wonderfully laid-back system that binds people together with coffee. 
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Fika gives people both a place and mindset to gather with others. It’s a wonderfully laid-back system that binds people together with coffee. 
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Though the Pac-12 announced in September that sports may be resumed in the coming winter, uncertainty is still in the air due to the sustained increase in COVID-19 cases around the country. For the men's gymnastics team, preparation started late this October with some strict caution for the health and safety of the athletes and staff alike.
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Though the Pac-12 announced in September that sports may be resumed in the coming winter, uncertainty is still in the air due to the sustained increase in COVID-19 cases around the country. For the men's gymnastics team, preparation started late this October with some strict caution for the health and safety of the athletes and staff alike.
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