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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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The beloved northside coffee shop Brewed Awakening, was voted best coffee by The Daily Californian just last year, and is closing April 15.
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The beloved northside coffee shop Brewed Awakening, was voted best coffee by The Daily Californian just last year, and is closing April 15.
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Many LGBTQ+ Catholics confront the religion's teaching on same-sex sexual acts and leave the church. But some are like me: They stay and wrestle with the church.
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Many LGBTQ+ Catholics confront the religion's teaching on same-sex sexual acts and leave the church. But some are like me: They stay and wrestle with the church.
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Without a proper understanding of religion, we will continue to have the kind of insidious hate and horror that we have seen in the tragic violence at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, Al Noor Mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, the intentional car crash injuring a Hindu family and other pedestrians in Sunnyvale, California, and the Chabad of Poway synagogue shooting.
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Without a proper understanding of religion, we will continue to have the kind of insidious hate and horror that we have seen in the tragic violence at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, Al Noor Mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, the intentional car crash injuring a Hindu family and other pedestrians in Sunnyvale, California, and the Chabad of Poway synagogue shooting.
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UC Berkeley discontinued its religious studies program in 2017, making it one of two campuses in the UC system to not have a major in religion. Some campus professors are looking to change that.
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UC Berkeley discontinued its religious studies program in 2017, making it one of two campuses in the UC system to not have a major in religion. Some campus professors are looking to change that.
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Corrina Gould, an Ohlone activist and co-founder of Indian People Organizing for Change, was asked by faith leaders to give a presentation on the effort to preserve the West Berkeley Shellmound.
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Corrina Gould, an Ohlone activist and co-founder of Indian People Organizing for Change, was asked by faith leaders to give a presentation on the effort to preserve the West Berkeley Shellmound.
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Lehmann will succeed Riess Potterveld, who has been president for five years, as the first rabbi to be GTU president, according to a GTU spokesperson.
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Lehmann will succeed Riess Potterveld, who has been president for five years, as the first rabbi to be GTU president, according to a GTU spokesperson.
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Zaytuna College and the Institute of Buddhist Studies are candidates for joining a core coalition of academic institutions at the Graduate Theological Union.
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Zaytuna College and the Institute of Buddhist Studies are candidates for joining a core coalition of academic institutions at the Graduate Theological Union.
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On Friday, community members from a variety of spiritual and religious backgrounds attended the opening of Berkeley’s first women-led mosque at Starr King School for the Ministry.
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On Friday, community members from a variety of spiritual and religious backgrounds attended the opening of Berkeley’s first women-led mosque at Starr King School for the Ministry.
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The Berkeley Center for the Study of Religion will receive a $1 million grant to expand research and public outreach about theology.
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The Berkeley Center for the Study of Religion will receive a $1 million grant to expand research and public outreach about theology.
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