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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

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Impermanence, also known as “anica” in Buddhism, has been the greatest enemy to the modern human mind since its development 40,000 years ago. And if you would like to embark on this game, I would highly recommend that you continue reading this important piece to find “maximalism.”
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Impermanence, also known as “anica” in Buddhism, has been the greatest enemy to the modern human mind since its development 40,000 years ago. And if you would like to embark on this game, I would highly recommend that you continue reading this important piece to find “maximalism.”
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A recent ASUC Senate resolution that established disapproval of the campus’s lack of progress in its Zero Waste by 2020 Initiative prompted a meeting between campus officials and student groups Monday, in which they discussed the program’s current plans and past shortfalls.
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A recent ASUC Senate resolution that established disapproval of the campus’s lack of progress in its Zero Waste by 2020 Initiative prompted a meeting between campus officials and student groups Monday, in which they discussed the program’s current plans and past shortfalls.
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Two problematic dams in Strawberry Creek will be replaced within the next few weeks by more ecologically sustainable alternatives to improve one of the spawning habitats on campus for native fish, as part of the Strawberry Creek Ecological Stabilization Project.
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Two problematic dams in Strawberry Creek will be replaced within the next few weeks by more ecologically sustainable alternatives to improve one of the spawning habitats on campus for native fish, as part of the Strawberry Creek Ecological Stabilization Project.
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In an effort to improve campus recycling, the university began phasing out concrete block trash cans in favor of newer, more ergonomic waste disposal bins this month.
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In an effort to improve campus recycling, the university began phasing out concrete block trash cans in favor of newer, more ergonomic waste disposal bins this month.
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The campus celebrated the national event founded by the Center for Science in the Public Interest for the second year in a row, though it was organized locally by Cal Dining’s Sustainability Team for the first time.
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The campus celebrated the national event founded by the Center for Science in the Public Interest for the second year in a row, though it was organized locally by Cal Dining’s Sustainability Team for the first time.
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