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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Park advocates and the UC system have collided over People's Park for nearly as long as the park itself has been around, marking decades of struggle over the land.
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Park advocates and the UC system have collided over People's Park for nearly as long as the park itself has been around, marking decades of struggle over the land.
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Street art has a paramount role in the history and culture of Berkeley. Once disregarded as mere vandalism, street art is now a prestigious field of art.
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Street art has a paramount role in the history and culture of Berkeley. Once disregarded as mere vandalism, street art is now a prestigious field of art.
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In observance of People Park’s 48th anniversary, we are reprinting our front-page story about the “Bloody Thursday” riot over the embattled park on May 15, 1969.
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In observance of People Park’s 48th anniversary, we are reprinting our front-page story about the “Bloody Thursday” riot over the embattled park on May 15, 1969.
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With the recent unusually heavy rain, California might become a dynamic laboratory for Durham University researchers Gillian Foulger, Jon Gluyas and Miles Wilson, who are studying the potential associations between earthquakes and weather.
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With the recent unusually heavy rain, California might become a dynamic laboratory for Durham University researchers Gillian Foulger, Jon Gluyas and Miles Wilson, who are studying the potential associations between earthquakes and weather.
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As Michael Cohen, a professor in the campus American studies and African American studies departments, watched his campus in flames Feb. 1, he couldn’t help but notice some striking differences between that evening and the 2011 Occupy Cal protests.
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As Michael Cohen, a professor in the campus American studies and African American studies departments, watched his campus in flames Feb. 1, he couldn’t help but notice some striking differences between that evening and the 2011 Occupy Cal protests.
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A study published two weeks ago reveals a connection between wastewater injections — a common technique used in oil production in the U.S. — and earthquakes.
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A study published two weeks ago reveals a connection between wastewater injections — a common technique used in oil production in the U.S. — and earthquakes.
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