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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 09, 2022

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What better way to explore that world than study abroad through one of Berkeley’s 348 programs? Take this quiz to learn what study abroad location is best for you!
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What better way to explore that world than study abroad through one of Berkeley’s 348 programs? Take this quiz to learn what study abroad location is best for you!
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom vetoed a Senate bill, which would have allowed several Californian cities to open safe injection and consumption sites.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom vetoed a Senate bill, which would have allowed several Californian cities to open safe injection and consumption sites.
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Privacy should not mean one thing for homeowners and another for apartment renters; subtle distinctions such as whether you have exclusive access to your porch should not lead to massive differences in the privacy you’re afforded.
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Privacy should not mean one thing for homeowners and another for apartment renters; subtle distinctions such as whether you have exclusive access to your porch should not lead to massive differences in the privacy you’re afforded.
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Joining the city of Berkeley, the U.S. Senate and the UC system officially observed Juneteenth as a holiday for the first time.
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Joining the city of Berkeley, the U.S. Senate and the UC system officially observed Juneteenth as a holiday for the first time.
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Many people, including myself, have felt disenfranchised by the current two-party system and grown tired of “lesser evilism” repeated every election cycle.
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Many people, including myself, have felt disenfranchised by the current two-party system and grown tired of “lesser evilism” repeated every election cycle.
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Berkeley opened into permissiveness. It was a place where I could bring all of me, wherever I went.
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Berkeley opened into permissiveness. It was a place where I could bring all of me, wherever I went.
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Current and former Whole Foods employees filed a class-action lawsuit Monday against the company for allegedly barring them from wearing Black Lives Matter attire at work.
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Current and former Whole Foods employees filed a class-action lawsuit Monday against the company for allegedly barring them from wearing Black Lives Matter attire at work.
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I never wanted to look back, to imagine myself returning to the study of economics, head hung, tail between my legs. That would have felt like failure.
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I never wanted to look back, to imagine myself returning to the study of economics, head hung, tail between my legs. That would have felt like failure.
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After speeches and rallies, as crowds line up by the thousands to shake her hand and take selfies, she greets her youngest fans with her pinky finger and says, “I’m running for president because that’s what girls do.” 
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After speeches and rallies, as crowds line up by the thousands to shake her hand and take selfies, she greets her youngest fans with her pinky finger and says, “I’m running for president because that’s what girls do.” 
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The Patent Trial and Appeal Board of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office announced an interference between multiple UC and multiple Broad Institute patents, a signal that the USPTO will resolve the seven-year ownership debate regarding CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing in eukaryotic cells.
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The Patent Trial and Appeal Board of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office announced an interference between multiple UC and multiple Broad Institute patents, a signal that the USPTO will resolve the seven-year ownership debate regarding CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing in eukaryotic cells.
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