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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 19, 2023

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The ASUC Senate convened over video call Wednesday to discuss campus housing development projects and ASUC responses to COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus.
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The ASUC Senate convened over video call Wednesday to discuss campus housing development projects and ASUC responses to COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus.
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In a campus-wide email sent Tuesday, Chancellor Carol Christ introduced UC Berkeley’s latest strategic plan, which will invest heavily in the student experience, make new commitments within the campus' research and academic spheres and foster a more welcoming and inclusive community for people of all backgrounds.
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In a campus-wide email sent Tuesday, Chancellor Carol Christ introduced UC Berkeley’s latest strategic plan, which will invest heavily in the student experience, make new commitments within the campus' research and academic spheres and foster a more welcoming and inclusive community for people of all backgrounds.
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Named after the university’s first tenured Black professor, Blackwell Hall is 185,000 square feet and can house 777 students in its 412 rooms.
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Named after the university’s first tenured Black professor, Blackwell Hall is 185,000 square feet and can house 777 students in its 412 rooms.
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According to the campus, the park is “a haven for crime and disruption,” but all I saw was a peaceful picnic, couples enjoying a day out in the sun, people napping and a few guys smoking weed.
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According to the campus, the park is “a haven for crime and disruption,” but all I saw was a peaceful picnic, couples enjoying a day out in the sun, people napping and a few guys smoking weed.
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UC Berkeley students make up about a quarter of the total city population, says Berkeley City College history professor emeritus and former chair of social sciences Charles Wollenberg — a fact that makes student housing not only a campus issue, but a city one as well.
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UC Berkeley students make up about a quarter of the total city population, says Berkeley City College history professor emeritus and former chair of social sciences Charles Wollenberg — a fact that makes student housing not only a campus issue, but a city one as well.
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The campus will pick one developer within the next month to oversee the development of all nine locations, according to campus spokesperson Dan Mogulof; in the following month, the campus will issue a request for proposal seeking interested firms.
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The campus will pick one developer within the next month to oversee the development of all nine locations, according to campus spokesperson Dan Mogulof; in the following month, the campus will issue a request for proposal seeking interested firms.
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In his first state of the city address, Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín called on the city to “get serious” about addressing local homelessness and affordable housing.
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In his first state of the city address, Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín called on the city to “get serious” about addressing local homelessness and affordable housing.
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The Pacific School of Religion, or PSR, has put one of its campus buildings, the Seeley G. Mudd Building, up for rent this month, according to commercial realtor Lori Rosenthal, who is handling the property lease for Gordon Commercial Real Estate Services.
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The Pacific School of Religion, or PSR, has put one of its campus buildings, the Seeley G. Mudd Building, up for rent this month, according to commercial realtor Lori Rosenthal, who is handling the property lease for Gordon Commercial Real Estate Services.
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The Berkeley community celebrated the 48th anniversary of the creation of People’s Park's on Sunday, enjoying various performances and reminiscing about the history behind the park.
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The Berkeley community celebrated the 48th anniversary of the creation of People’s Park's on Sunday, enjoying various performances and reminiscing about the history behind the park.
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