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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

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UC Berkeley released application decisions for the freshman class of 2026 March 24, causing celebration among admitted students.
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UC Berkeley released application decisions for the freshman class of 2026 March 24, causing celebration among admitted students.
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Some UC Berkeley faculty members are willing to provide in-person instruction during the fall 2020 semester, while others, concerned about the danger of teaching amid a pandemic, are opting to teach online.
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Some UC Berkeley faculty members are willing to provide in-person instruction during the fall 2020 semester, while others, concerned about the danger of teaching amid a pandemic, are opting to teach online.
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With the opening of Tartine Bakery's newest location on Durant Avenue, it's an appropriate time for bread aficionados of all levels to know how proper bread is made.
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With the opening of Tartine Bakery's newest location on Durant Avenue, it's an appropriate time for bread aficionados of all levels to know how proper bread is made.
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I’ve yet to feel the deep, urgent repulsion toward meat products that seems to be the aim of so much vegan propaganda. I’ve also not entirely been taken up by the food movement’s tempting moral asylum available by eating free-range, antibiotic-free, organic and local animals.
I’ve yet to feel the deep, urgent repulsion toward meat products that seems to be the aim of so much vegan propaganda. I’ve also not entirely been taken up by the food movement’s tempting moral asylum available by eating free-range, antibiotic-free, organic and local animals.
Former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Agriculture Kathleen Merrigan traveled to the UC Berkeley campus this week to talk to students and the campus community about current challenges in the agricultural industry, including supporting local farmers and reducing waste.
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Former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Agriculture Kathleen Merrigan traveled to the UC Berkeley campus this week to talk to students and the campus community about current challenges in the agricultural industry, including supporting local farmers and reducing waste.
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The Berkeley Food Institute, a newly-formed campus group that seeks to comprehensively address food issues through interdisciplinary study, co-sponsored its second event this Monday — bringing together about 35 students, faculty and community members for a presentation and reception with, of course, food.
The Berkeley Food Institute, a newly-formed campus group that seeks to comprehensively address food issues through interdisciplinary study, co-sponsored its second event this Monday — bringing together about 35 students, faculty and community members for a presentation and reception with, of course, food.