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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 18, 2023

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He would’ve done anything to see her healthy again, and he did do everything.
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He would’ve done anything to see her healthy again, and he did do everything.
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Reyes ultimately formed a dire examination of the systems that ensnare individuals and set them up for failure in a carefully crafted, tragic portrait of the incarceration system and a young man’s attempts to navigate life and immigration in the United States.
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Reyes ultimately formed a dire examination of the systems that ensnare individuals and set them up for failure in a carefully crafted, tragic portrait of the incarceration system and a young man’s attempts to navigate life and immigration in the United States.
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Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, restaurant workers have faced unemployment, low wages and abuse from customers and employers.
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Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, restaurant workers have faced unemployment, low wages and abuse from customers and employers.
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As policymakers negotiate, they must consider and protect low-income residents and residents of color from the crippling impacts of COVID-19 and eviction.
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As policymakers negotiate, they must consider and protect low-income residents and residents of color from the crippling impacts of COVID-19 and eviction.
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Ensuring a device per person pales in comparison to the challenge of ensuring every person’s data privacy, and their ability to seek redress, is protected.
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Ensuring a device per person pales in comparison to the challenge of ensuring every person’s data privacy, and their ability to seek redress, is protected.
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It is time that we stop and think about our neighboring families and residents. As Berkeley students and residents of the Bay Area, we have a voice to support these residents and families.
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It is time that we stop and think about our neighboring families and residents. As Berkeley students and residents of the Bay Area, we have a voice to support these residents and families.
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A new lab is being launched in the campus's Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology, featuring a new program aimed at concocting plant-based meat alternatives.
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A new lab is being launched in the campus's Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology, featuring a new program aimed at concocting plant-based meat alternatives.
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In 2013, CaShawn Thompson started promoting the idea of the resilience of Black girls being akin to “magic” via #BlackGirlsAreMagic. Here's to more magic.
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In 2013, CaShawn Thompson started promoting the idea of the resilience of Black girls being akin to “magic” via #BlackGirlsAreMagic. Here's to more magic.
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I grew up poor. Mind the language: poor. This term is different from phrases such as “low-income,”
I grew up poor. Mind the language: poor. This term is different from phrases such as “low-income,”
Universities can be a lonely place for a first-generation Mexican American student
Universities can be a lonely place for a first-generation Mexican American student