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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Kwabena Bediako, campus assistant chemistry professor, was awarded the National Science Foundation, or NSF, CAREER award for his ongoing research and outreach proposal. 
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Kwabena Bediako, campus assistant chemistry professor, was awarded the National Science Foundation, or NSF, CAREER award for his ongoing research and outreach proposal. 
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Overcrowding, poor ventilation and outdated infrastructure fuel the spread of COVID-19 in CA state prisons, according to a new UCSF and UC Berkeley report.
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Overcrowding, poor ventilation and outdated infrastructure fuel the spread of COVID-19 in CA state prisons, according to a new UCSF and UC Berkeley report.
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The Berkeley Forum announced its Fall 2021 lineup of 12 events featuring panels and speakers from a variety of different fields and disciplines.
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The Berkeley Forum announced its Fall 2021 lineup of 12 events featuring panels and speakers from a variety of different fields and disciplines.
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"Meet Us Quickly” shines a new angle of visual creativity with an embracing welcome.
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"Meet Us Quickly” shines a new angle of visual creativity with an embracing welcome.
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We cannot push suffering away — we must meet it with compassion. We have an obligation to serve those who are vulnerable.
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We cannot push suffering away — we must meet it with compassion. We have an obligation to serve those who are vulnerable.
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Researchers from the UC Berkeley School of Public Health and UCSF are working to improve COVID-19 response in California state prisons.
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Researchers from the UC Berkeley School of Public Health and UCSF are working to improve COVID-19 response in California state prisons.
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Justin Lofton and Jamel Wilcox were sentenced to state prison Tuesday after a shootout in Berkeley in May near Stanford Liquor on 62nd Street that left no injuries, as first reported by Berkeley Patch.
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Justin Lofton and Jamel Wilcox were sentenced to state prison Tuesday after a shootout in Berkeley in May near Stanford Liquor on 62nd Street that left no injuries, as first reported by Berkeley Patch.
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Sunday’s panel was about narratives of incarceration, yet the only one onstage who had personal experience with incarceration outside of volunteering was Alyssa Tamboura, the daughter of a previously incarcerated man.
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Sunday’s panel was about narratives of incarceration, yet the only one onstage who had personal experience with incarceration outside of volunteering was Alyssa Tamboura, the daughter of a previously incarcerated man.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order Wednesday suspending California’s death penalty, and placing the 737 current death row inmates — among them 42 people from Alameda County — on reprieve.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order Wednesday suspending California’s death penalty, and placing the 737 current death row inmates — among them 42 people from Alameda County — on reprieve.
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At San Quentin State Prison, more than 2,000 inmates have access to numerous rehabilitation programs, ranging from educational to vocational, that are intended to provide skills and avenues for inmates’ success — for life both inside and outside the prison walls.
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At San Quentin State Prison, more than 2,000 inmates have access to numerous rehabilitation programs, ranging from educational to vocational, that are intended to provide skills and avenues for inmates’ success — for life both inside and outside the prison walls.
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