BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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It’s a scattered, raw, honest approach to the scenes playing out in Lamar’s head and beyond.
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It’s a scattered, raw, honest approach to the scenes playing out in Lamar’s head and beyond.
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Beginning March 7, vaccinated residents and guests of residential halls will no longer be required to wear face coverings.
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Beginning March 7, vaccinated residents and guests of residential halls will no longer be required to wear face coverings.
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UC Berkeley will resume in-person instruction on Monday, Jan. 31, following two weeks of remote instruction to start the spring 2022 academic semester.
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UC Berkeley will resume in-person instruction on Monday, Jan. 31, following two weeks of remote instruction to start the spring 2022 academic semester.
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Beginning Feb. 1, Cal Performances will require attendees to be fully vaccinated to the maximum extent to which they are eligible.
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Beginning Feb. 1, Cal Performances will require attendees to be fully vaccinated to the maximum extent to which they are eligible.
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The year now wanes into winter, but instead of letting the pearly crescent fall through my fingers, I’ll slip it into my pocket.
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The year now wanes into winter, but instead of letting the pearly crescent fall through my fingers, I’ll slip it into my pocket.
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With personal protective equipment, or PPE, continuing to be in short supply due to the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and UC Berkeley have developed a rechargeable, custom-fitting N95 mask.
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With personal protective equipment, or PPE, continuing to be in short supply due to the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and UC Berkeley have developed a rechargeable, custom-fitting N95 mask.
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In response to the poor air quality resulting from wildfires throughout California, the city of Berkeley has begun distributing KN95 masks to the city’s unhoused population.
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In response to the poor air quality resulting from wildfires throughout California, the city of Berkeley has begun distributing KN95 masks to the city’s unhoused population.
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Within the next few days, 150 million N95 masks will arrive in California for the state's front-line workers.
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Within the next few days, 150 million N95 masks will arrive in California for the state's front-line workers.
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The city of Berkeley's air quality index, or AQI, has dropped to 121 after exceeding 150 — a level deemed unhealthy, as of press time Monday.
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The city of Berkeley's air quality index, or AQI, has dropped to 121 after exceeding 150 — a level deemed unhealthy, as of press time Monday.
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