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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 23, 2022

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As California’s wildfire season approaches, the Berkeley Fire Department and the city of Berkeley have prepared a variety of resources in anticipation of the hot and dry months ahead.
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As California’s wildfire season approaches, the Berkeley Fire Department and the city of Berkeley have prepared a variety of resources in anticipation of the hot and dry months ahead.
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The class of 2020’s commencement ceremony comes a year and a half later than expected due to concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic. After a survey of the class of 2020 regarding commencement plans, Chancellor Carol Christ announced an in-person ceremony in August in an email from July 2.
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The class of 2020’s commencement ceremony comes a year and a half later than expected due to concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic. After a survey of the class of 2020 regarding commencement plans, Chancellor Carol Christ announced an in-person ceremony in August in an email from July 2.
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On Monday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom issued a request for a Presidential Major Disaster Declaration in response to the recent wildfire crisis in California counties.
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On Monday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom issued a request for a Presidential Major Disaster Declaration in response to the recent wildfire crisis in California counties.
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Amid California’s unprecedented fire season, UC Berkeley faculty discussed the health effects of poor air quality and safety measures Berkeley residents can take.
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Amid California’s unprecedented fire season, UC Berkeley faculty discussed the health effects of poor air quality and safety measures Berkeley residents can take.
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Faced with smoke from forest fires and days without power, UC Berkeley developed an evolving plan to maintain classes through alternative modes of instruction, allowing students to keep learning in the midst of environmental challenges.
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Faced with smoke from forest fires and days without power, UC Berkeley developed an evolving plan to maintain classes through alternative modes of instruction, allowing students to keep learning in the midst of environmental challenges.
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Sowerwine said she is involved in multiple projects that ensure food security reaches the entire California public by working with underserved groups, primarily Native Americans and refugees.
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Sowerwine said she is involved in multiple projects that ensure food security reaches the entire California public by working with underserved groups, primarily Native Americans and refugees.
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Oxford Tract stakeholders met Thursday night to discuss the potential development of student housing on what is currently the Oxford Tract, announced by the campus housing task force in January.
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Oxford Tract stakeholders met Thursday night to discuss the potential development of student housing on what is currently the Oxford Tract, announced by the campus housing task force in January.
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The University of California recognized six UC Berkeley students and graduates Tuesday with the Global Food Initiative’s inaugural 30 Under 30 Awards for their work on global food issues.
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The University of California recognized six UC Berkeley students and graduates Tuesday with the Global Food Initiative’s inaugural 30 Under 30 Awards for their work on global food issues.
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Grieving family members and friends gathered together Wednesday evening at a memorial service to remember Ruoyang Wang, a UC Berkeley junior.
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Grieving family members and friends gathered together Wednesday evening at a memorial service to remember Ruoyang Wang, a UC Berkeley junior.
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Members from Occupy the Farm and Albany Farm Alliance held a community forum Wednesday evening to discuss the current state of the Gill Tract and plans for future mobilization.
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Members from Occupy the Farm and Albany Farm Alliance held a community forum Wednesday evening to discuss the current state of the Gill Tract and plans for future mobilization.
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