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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

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Despite absorbing 750 additional in-state students this fall, campus administrators have no concrete plans to expand teaching faculty or campus infrastructure, including health resources, custodial services and dining halls.
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Despite absorbing 750 additional in-state students this fall, campus administrators have no concrete plans to expand teaching faculty or campus infrastructure, including health resources, custodial services and dining halls.
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With a bill signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday, the state of California is now urging the University of California and other college campuses to ensure housing facilities for homeless college students.
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With a bill signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday, the state of California is now urging the University of California and other college campuses to ensure housing facilities for homeless college students.
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The Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Office filed double murder charges against a 51-year-old San Pablo man who allegedly sexually assaulted and killed two women more than two decades ago.
The Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Office filed double murder charges against a 51-year-old San Pablo man who allegedly sexually assaulted and killed two women more than two decades ago.
There’s a stretch of highway reaching through the Santa Cruz mountains down to the coast that I find myself returning to each summer like clockwork. California Highway 9 winds through redwood forests and hugs steep drops into the San Lorenzo Valley, spanning a number of miles leading through tiny towns and campsites into downtown Santa Cruz and the vast expanse of the Pacific.
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There’s a stretch of highway reaching through the Santa Cruz mountains down to the coast that I find myself returning to each summer like clockwork. California Highway 9 winds through redwood forests and hugs steep drops into the San Lorenzo Valley, spanning a number of miles leading through tiny towns and campsites into downtown Santa Cruz and the vast expanse of the Pacific.
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After months of dry weather conditions, cities across Northern California saw several days of heavy rainfall this past weekend; but state officials caution that the storm is only one of many needed to alleviate the drought.
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After months of dry weather conditions, cities across Northern California saw several days of heavy rainfall this past weekend; but state officials caution that the storm is only one of many needed to alleviate the drought.
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La’akea Sky Smith was known as brother to more than just his family. A practicing Buddhist, the UC Berkeley junior wrote poetry, practiced traditional Tibetan dance and would get “stoked” about the mundane things in life.
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La’akea Sky Smith was known as brother to more than just his family. A practicing Buddhist, the UC Berkeley junior wrote poetry, practiced traditional Tibetan dance and would get “stoked” about the mundane things in life.
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