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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!
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In response to the upcoming New Year’s Eve festivities, AC Transit will be offering free fares from 8 p.m. on Saturday to 5 a.m. on Sunday.
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In response to the upcoming New Year’s Eve festivities, AC Transit will be offering free fares from 8 p.m. on Saturday to 5 a.m. on Sunday.
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Through Oct. 14th, Wildfire will be partnering with Lyft to provide students with up to four 25 percent-off rides going to or from campus when the Lyft is ordered through the Wildfire app.
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Through Oct. 14th, Wildfire will be partnering with Lyft to provide students with up to four 25 percent-off rides going to or from campus when the Lyft is ordered through the Wildfire app.
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The ASUC announced Wednesday a temporary partnership between its Berkeley Mobile smartphone app and the ride-sharing service Lyft, which will give students access to discounted rides.
The ASUC announced Wednesday a temporary partnership between its Berkeley Mobile smartphone app and the ride-sharing service Lyft, which will give students access to discounted rides.
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The truth is, I get emails like this every day: emails, texts, telegrams, handwritten letters and untrackable Venmo payments with pleas for life advice in the description.
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The truth is, I get emails like this every day: emails, texts, telegrams, handwritten letters and untrackable Venmo payments with pleas for life advice in the description.
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This month, Berkeley City Council may consider putting stricter regulations on ride-sharing companies like Uber in light of concerns about customer safety and disability rights.
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This month, Berkeley City Council may consider putting stricter regulations on ride-sharing companies like Uber in light of concerns about customer safety and disability rights.
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The University of California has advised its employees to avoid using peer-to-peer services, such as Airbnb and Uber, during UC-related business, in light of concern that these services are not adequately regulated.
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The University of California has advised its employees to avoid using peer-to-peer services, such as Airbnb and Uber, during UC-related business, in light of concern that these services are not adequately regulated.
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