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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 19, 2023

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UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ and other campus representatives broke ground on the site of the Helen Diller Anchor House on Monday, over a year after the project’s initial announcement.
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UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ and other campus representatives broke ground on the site of the Helen Diller Anchor House on Monday, over a year after the project’s initial announcement.
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With December around the corner, unhoused individuals in Berkeley face choices about how to best reduce their exposure to both weather elements and disease.
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With December around the corner, unhoused individuals in Berkeley face choices about how to best reduce their exposure to both weather elements and disease.
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An unknown suspect has fled after setting a pile of clothes and other items aflame at People's Park, according to a campus WarnMe email.
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An unknown suspect has fled after setting a pile of clothes and other items aflame at People's Park, according to a campus WarnMe email.
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With the prevailing health risks of the pandemic, the safety and cleanliness of the unhoused community nestled within People’s Park have remained a critical concern for various entities aiming to support it.
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With the prevailing health risks of the pandemic, the safety and cleanliness of the unhoused community nestled within People’s Park have remained a critical concern for various entities aiming to support it.
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A People’s History of Telegraph Avenue, or the People’s Park mural, and the “Marvelous Miss Mars” mural face potential obstruction by a 24/7 public restroom in the coming year.
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A People’s History of Telegraph Avenue, or the People’s Park mural, and the “Marvelous Miss Mars” mural face potential obstruction by a 24/7 public restroom in the coming year.
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Deconstruct the chancellor’s mansion, a symbol of division between students and administration, and of racial capitalism wrapped in plantation architecture.
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Deconstruct the chancellor’s mansion, a symbol of division between students and administration, and of racial capitalism wrapped in plantation architecture.
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The Berkeley City Council met Tuesday to discuss a ZAB appeal, security cameras in high-crime areas and a grant application to plant an urban forest.
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The Berkeley City Council met Tuesday to discuss a ZAB appeal, security cameras in high-crime areas and a grant application to plant an urban forest.
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UC Berkeley’s plans to convert People’s Park can now be brought to fruition, following approval from the UC Board of Regents. 
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UC Berkeley’s plans to convert People’s Park can now be brought to fruition, following approval from the UC Board of Regents. 
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Students and community members believe the proposed expansions into places like People's Park are irresponsible and will actively cause more harm.
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Students and community members believe the proposed expansions into places like People's Park are irresponsible and will actively cause more harm.
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