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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 25, 2023

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UCPD issued a Nixle alert after a lab explosion in Hildebrand Hall about 3:30 p.m., warning students to avoid the area.
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UCPD issued a Nixle alert after a lab explosion in Hildebrand Hall about 3:30 p.m., warning students to avoid the area.
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What better way to celebrate International Women’s Day than by acknowledging the women whose names aren’t as well known. And what better way to celebrate International Women’s Day than by acknowledging their achievements in environmental advocacy, literature and science?
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What better way to celebrate International Women’s Day than by acknowledging the women whose names aren’t as well known. And what better way to celebrate International Women’s Day than by acknowledging their achievements in environmental advocacy, literature and science?
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Plastic single-use water bottles? Sorry, we at the Clog really don't know who that is. Stay hydrated with reusable water bottles.
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Plastic single-use water bottles? Sorry, we at the Clog really don't know who that is. Stay hydrated with reusable water bottles.
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Voters across the state have picked incumbent Dianne Feinstein and California state Sen. Kevin de León to move on to the November general election for U.S. Senate.
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Voters across the state have picked incumbent Dianne Feinstein and California state Sen. Kevin de León to move on to the November general election for U.S. Senate.
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What the film forgets is that audiences don’t want to see Al Gore as a politician — they want to see Gore as a humanitarian.
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What the film forgets is that audiences don’t want to see Al Gore as a politician — they want to see Gore as a humanitarian.
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Its an abomination that in a state where agriculture accounts for 80% of water use, about 95 percent of farmworkers are neglected access to safe tap water.
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Its an abomination that in a state where agriculture accounts for 80% of water use, about 95 percent of farmworkers are neglected access to safe tap water.
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Parents, environmentalists, scientists worry while others rev their engines, ready to jump at the future profits in the Arctic.
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Parents, environmentalists, scientists worry while others rev their engines, ready to jump at the future profits in the Arctic.
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In the context of environmental racism, white supremacy simply exempts white people from proportional exposure to toxic waste because they are “too good”.
In the context of environmental racism, white supremacy simply exempts white people from proportional exposure to toxic waste because they are “too good”.