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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 02, 2022

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With the COVID-19 pandemic throwing the UC Berkeley community into a virtual setting last spring, campus administrators continue to work to stay ahead of an unpredictable curve.
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With the COVID-19 pandemic throwing the UC Berkeley community into a virtual setting last spring, campus administrators continue to work to stay ahead of an unpredictable curve.
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I find myself missing the flavors of the fall season when the temperature dips because November flavors are far better than December flavors on any cold day.
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I find myself missing the flavors of the fall season when the temperature dips because November flavors are far better than December flavors on any cold day.
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Though it might be exciting to anticipate the upcoming holiday season, there’s no reason to rush and skip November!
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Though it might be exciting to anticipate the upcoming holiday season, there’s no reason to rush and skip November!
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín announced Monday that East Bay Community Energy, or EBCE, will replace PG&E in June as the main power provider for Berkeley in an attempt to move toward greener energy.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín announced Monday that East Bay Community Energy, or EBCE, will replace PG&E in June as the main power provider for Berkeley in an attempt to move toward greener energy.
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This just in: The sun is out yet again. According to Clog investigators, the sun has made more appearances this past week than it did in all of December.
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This just in: The sun is out yet again. According to Clog investigators, the sun has made more appearances this past week than it did in all of December.
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Being at school halfway through December can really put a damper on things, but we have some ways to get into the spirit during dead week and finals.
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Being at school halfway through December can really put a damper on things, but we have some ways to get into the spirit during dead week and finals.
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We have a day-by-day, start-to-finish guide on how to effectively celebrate the Holiday of Lights, one-of-a-kind Bezerkeley style.
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We have a day-by-day, start-to-finish guide on how to effectively celebrate the Holiday of Lights, one-of-a-kind Bezerkeley style.
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The annual report detailed the commission’s work last year and shows that it reviewed 23 complaints, including 51 different allegations regarding police actions, as well as four policy reviews.
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The annual report detailed the commission’s work last year and shows that it reviewed 23 complaints, including 51 different allegations regarding police actions, as well as four policy reviews.
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DeSondra Ward, a UC Berkeley employee who pleaded guilty in February to embezzling more than $300,000 from the Lawrence Hall of Science, was sentenced to 18 months in jail Tuesday.
DeSondra Ward, a UC Berkeley employee who pleaded guilty in February to embezzling more than $300,000 from the Lawrence Hall of Science, was sentenced to 18 months in jail Tuesday.
On Thursday, Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill asking the Curriculum Development and Supplemental Materials Commission to consider requiring that sexual harassment prevention be taught in California public schools.
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On Thursday, Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill asking the Curriculum Development and Supplemental Materials Commission to consider requiring that sexual harassment prevention be taught in California public schools.
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