BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

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On Thursday, the National Weather Service issued a coastal flood advisory for low lying coastal locations across the San Francisco Bay shoreline due to the presence of King Tides, which are the highest astronomical tides of the year.
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On Thursday, the National Weather Service issued a coastal flood advisory for low lying coastal locations across the San Francisco Bay shoreline due to the presence of King Tides, which are the highest astronomical tides of the year.
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When I moved in one week ago, I put a cheap Ikea patio table on the balcony to feel more like an adult. Sometimes I sit there and drink coffee, pretending to be in Paris. Ah yes, the Campanile, my own little Eiffel Tower — although Berkeley is more magical to me than Paris.
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When I moved in one week ago, I put a cheap Ikea patio table on the balcony to feel more like an adult. Sometimes I sit there and drink coffee, pretending to be in Paris. Ah yes, the Campanile, my own little Eiffel Tower — although Berkeley is more magical to me than Paris.
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We at the Clog propose to you a tour of the UC Berkeley campus as the perfect way to fully experience the new Vampire Weekend album.
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We at the Clog propose to you a tour of the UC Berkeley campus as the perfect way to fully experience the new Vampire Weekend album.
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East Bay Regional Park District, or EBRPD, is set to fill one of the “largest remaining gaps” in the East Bay section of the San Francisco Bay Trail, according to an EBRPD press release from Oct. 22.
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East Bay Regional Park District, or EBRPD, is set to fill one of the “largest remaining gaps” in the East Bay section of the San Francisco Bay Trail, according to an EBRPD press release from Oct. 22.
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You’re going away from your home away from home — perhaps it’s to a far-off country somewhere in Europe, or maybe it’s just up north to Canada. Either way, you won’t be in Berkeley anymore.
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You’re going away from your home away from home — perhaps it’s to a far-off country somewhere in Europe, or maybe it’s just up north to Canada. Either way, you won’t be in Berkeley anymore.
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My journalism might upset a few stoners, but never did it lead me to see myself, to steal from Ernest Hemingway, dead in the rain.
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My journalism might upset a few stoners, but never did it lead me to see myself, to steal from Ernest Hemingway, dead in the rain.
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Bill Keener, a research biologist at Golden Gate Cetacean Research, spotted harbor porpoises returning to the bay about 10 years ago — today, they can be seen in the bay on a daily basis.
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Bill Keener, a research biologist at Golden Gate Cetacean Research, spotted harbor porpoises returning to the bay about 10 years ago — today, they can be seen in the bay on a daily basis.
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It’s not just warming oceans and melting glaciers that are causing sea levels to rise and are threatening to flood coastal areas — a new study led by UC Berkeley researchers found that the subsidence, or sinking, of coastal land around the San Francisco Bay Area exacerbates the expected sea level rise and flooding risk to local populations.
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It’s not just warming oceans and melting glaciers that are causing sea levels to rise and are threatening to flood coastal areas — a new study led by UC Berkeley researchers found that the subsidence, or sinking, of coastal land around the San Francisco Bay Area exacerbates the expected sea level rise and flooding risk to local populations.
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Berkeley residents are attempting to designate the Campanile Way, the path accompanying Sather Tower, as a city landmark to protect its historic view.
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Berkeley residents are attempting to designate the Campanile Way, the path accompanying Sather Tower, as a city landmark to protect its historic view.
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Berkeley and its proximity to SF has its ups and downs, but we love it anyways, don’t we?
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Berkeley and its proximity to SF has its ups and downs, but we love it anyways, don’t we?
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