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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

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On a patch of land at the northwest corner of campus, a garden brimming with indigenous plants has sprung to life and connected students to their heritage.
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On a patch of land at the northwest corner of campus, a garden brimming with indigenous plants has sprung to life and connected students to their heritage.
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For UC Berkeley freshman Luke Wonzen, what started as an attempt to find a hang-out spot outside with a friend during a pandemic became an experience that “really highlighted the life cycle of the food” — that is, volunteering at Berkeley Student Farms.
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For UC Berkeley freshman Luke Wonzen, what started as an attempt to find a hang-out spot outside with a friend during a pandemic became an experience that “really highlighted the life cycle of the food” — that is, volunteering at Berkeley Student Farms.
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For those of you in Berkeley, check out our recommendations for places to safely visit (while wearing masks) to recharge, de-stress and explore!
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For those of you in Berkeley, check out our recommendations for places to safely visit (while wearing masks) to recharge, de-stress and explore!
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Right now, we are rising out of a haze and finally beginning to look clearly at the inherent problems within urban developments.
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Right now, we are rising out of a haze and finally beginning to look clearly at the inherent problems within urban developments.
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In a study published Thursday by Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, UC Berkeley researchers suggest it may be possible to select for plant microbiomes that are better adapted to their environment.
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In a study published Thursday by Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, UC Berkeley researchers suggest it may be possible to select for plant microbiomes that are better adapted to their environment.
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“A lot of the food that is grown in the garden is ... maintained by different student groups that come through the garden,” Bennett said.
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“A lot of the food that is grown in the garden is ... maintained by different student groups that come through the garden,” Bennett said.
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The city and campus have a mutually beneficial relationship, and it’s time that they collaborated smartly to find a solution that works for everyone.
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The city and campus have a mutually beneficial relationship, and it’s time that they collaborated smartly to find a solution that works for everyone.
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Students are faced with two major basic-needs issues: the housing affordability crisis and food insecurity.
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Students are faced with two major basic-needs issues: the housing affordability crisis and food insecurity.
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A combination of persisting hot-button issues and new initiatives shape UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ’s comprehensive agenda for this academic year.
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A combination of persisting hot-button issues and new initiatives shape UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ’s comprehensive agenda for this academic year.
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UC Berkeley faculty, staff, students, alumni, retired staff and community members met Monday to discuss the ongoing housing proposal for the Oxford Tract with College of Natural Resources Dean David Ackerly, who led the meeting.
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UC Berkeley faculty, staff, students, alumni, retired staff and community members met Monday to discuss the ongoing housing proposal for the Oxford Tract with College of Natural Resources Dean David Ackerly, who led the meeting.
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