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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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The swim club, I later found out, has been there for over a hundred years; for a hundred years, I imagine, this morning ritual has been left unchanged.
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The swim club, I later found out, has been there for over a hundred years; for a hundred years, I imagine, this morning ritual has been left unchanged.
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When COVID-19 shut off the music through its quarantines and many retreated in their homes, nature's menagerie of life seemed to occupy new spaces. 
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When COVID-19 shut off the music through its quarantines and many retreated in their homes, nature's menagerie of life seemed to occupy new spaces. 
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Rich diversity of intellect and expression resonated invigorating notes of purpose and progress, orchestrating an ambitious yet tranquil tune to which I was entranced.
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Rich diversity of intellect and expression resonated invigorating notes of purpose and progress, orchestrating an ambitious yet tranquil tune to which I was entranced.
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Attending my dream school — even if seemingly for only a few hours a day — reminds me how much campus and Berkeley have to offer.
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Attending my dream school — even if seemingly for only a few hours a day — reminds me how much campus and Berkeley have to offer.
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The city of Berkeley’s Zoning Adjustment Board, or ZAB, approved land use plans for the construction of two research and development buildings and two parking structures at Bolivar Drive and Aquatic Park Path on May 27.
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The city of Berkeley’s Zoning Adjustment Board, or ZAB, approved land use plans for the construction of two research and development buildings and two parking structures at Bolivar Drive and Aquatic Park Path on May 27.
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Ah, summer. With the air getting warmer and the days getting longer, my favorite time of year is almost upon us. Whether you’re planning to road trip down the California coast or make bank at your new internship, there’s no better way to end these hot summer days than by watching the sunset. Here are the best spots in and around Berkeley to enjoy some of the most beautiful sunset views you’ll ever see. 
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Ah, summer. With the air getting warmer and the days getting longer, my favorite time of year is almost upon us. Whether you’re planning to road trip down the California coast or make bank at your new internship, there’s no better way to end these hot summer days than by watching the sunset. Here are the best spots in and around Berkeley to enjoy some of the most beautiful sunset views you’ll ever see. 
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In a way, I’m stuck, afraid of all the bittersweet decisions I could possibly make — decisions that can sour with regret as fast as the spread of a virus.
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In a way, I’m stuck, afraid of all the bittersweet decisions I could possibly make — decisions that can sour with regret as fast as the spread of a virus.
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When we return to campus, I intend to make the most of every class I take, regardless of how many times I have to read Adam Smith’s “The Wealth of Nations.”
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When we return to campus, I intend to make the most of every class I take, regardless of how many times I have to read Adam Smith’s “The Wealth of Nations.”
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The parents of Sydney West, a 19-year-old UC Berkeley student who was reported missing last fall, announced Monday that they are offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to West's return.
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The parents of Sydney West, a 19-year-old UC Berkeley student who was reported missing last fall, announced Monday that they are offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to West's return.
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