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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Lee Riley, UC Berkeley School of Public Health professor and chair of the infectious disease and vaccinology division, died at age 73 on Oct. 19. 
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Lee Riley, UC Berkeley School of Public Health professor and chair of the infectious disease and vaccinology division, died at age 73 on Oct. 19. 
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Although the consequences of climate change may not always be visible to us, they are still invading the boundaries of our personal and professional lives by hindering our peace and mental well-being.
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Although the consequences of climate change may not always be visible to us, they are still invading the boundaries of our personal and professional lives by hindering our peace and mental well-being.
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Vegans and meat eaters alike crowded the Bizerkeley Food Festival today at in celebration of veganism, animal advocacy and local plant-based eats. 
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Vegans and meat eaters alike crowded the Bizerkeley Food Festival today at in celebration of veganism, animal advocacy and local plant-based eats. 
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My clasped control on my manicured identity had given me multiple eating disorders and a vapid social circle with no one to really talk to.
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My clasped control on my manicured identity had given me multiple eating disorders and a vapid social circle with no one to really talk to.
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I looked at myself, decked out in the same brands that once eluded me, that once wielded such power over me. Is this what made me American?
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I looked at myself, decked out in the same brands that once eluded me, that once wielded such power over me. Is this what made me American?
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In this town, there is a Hindu temple to the South, a Muslim mosque to the East, Christian church to the West and a Jewish synagogue to the North. They are all within 1 kilometer of each other. 
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In this town, there is a Hindu temple to the South, a Muslim mosque to the East, Christian church to the West and a Jewish synagogue to the North. They are all within 1 kilometer of each other. 
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Across campus, international students are facing challenges seeing their families this winter break — challenges that most U.S. students wouldn’t face.
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Across campus, international students are facing challenges seeing their families this winter break — challenges that most U.S. students wouldn’t face.
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The World Inequality Lab released a report Tuesday showing that the gap between the rich and the poor has continued to increase throughout the pandemic.
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The World Inequality Lab released a report Tuesday showing that the gap between the rich and the poor has continued to increase throughout the pandemic.
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I received this lofty treatment merely because, as an American, my relatives subconsciously associated me with capital and with power — or, more specifically, with access to it.
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I received this lofty treatment merely because, as an American, my relatives subconsciously associated me with capital and with power — or, more specifically, with access to it.
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Moving into the main gallery, Singhal’s poignant use of color, expressive brushstrokes and deeply impactful conceptions flood the space.
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Moving into the main gallery, Singhal’s poignant use of color, expressive brushstrokes and deeply impactful conceptions flood the space.
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