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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

Take a look at our 2022 midterm elections special issue!
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UC Berkeley alumnus and incumbent Rigel Robinson has won the race for Berkeley City Council District 7 with 56 votes as of 7:40 a.m. Wednesday with 100% of the precincts accounted for. 
UC Berkeley alumnus and incumbent Rigel Robinson has won the race for Berkeley City Council District 7 with 56 votes as of 7:40 a.m. Wednesday with 100% of the precincts accounted for. 
Berkeley should continue with this effort to make the streets safer for bikers — a move that is both eco-friendly and people-centered. 
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Berkeley should continue with this effort to make the streets safer for bikers — a move that is both eco-friendly and people-centered. 
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Starting Oct. 17, visitors of certain Southside blocks are expected to pay for up to eight hours of parking as part of a pilot program launched by the city of Berkeley to improve parking conditions within residential areas.
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Starting Oct. 17, visitors of certain Southside blocks are expected to pay for up to eight hours of parking as part of a pilot program launched by the city of Berkeley to improve parking conditions within residential areas.
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City Councilmember Rigel Robinson is focusing on student housing, equitable growth and enhancing student involvement in local politics for his reelection campaign.
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City Councilmember Rigel Robinson is focusing on student housing, equitable growth and enhancing student involvement in local politics for his reelection campaign.
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Here are some of the pros and cons I’ve discovered about living in Northside in Berkeley as an undergrad student.
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Here are some of the pros and cons I’ve discovered about living in Northside in Berkeley as an undergrad student.
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As the 2022 midterm elections near, a question looms: will UC Berkeley students’ voices be heard this November?
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As the 2022 midterm elections near, a question looms: will UC Berkeley students’ voices be heard this November?
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Campus and city officials have begun moving People’s Park residents into transitional housing, leaving the Southside neighborhood with the sight of an emptier park than usual.
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Campus and city officials have begun moving People’s Park residents into transitional housing, leaving the Southside neighborhood with the sight of an emptier park than usual.
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The Good Bear prepares their outfit for and participates in all of campus’s wonderful traditions by following this curated guide.
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The Good Bear prepares their outfit for and participates in all of campus’s wonderful traditions by following this curated guide.
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This is how I find stability, which feels like diaphanous sunlight on my face and softly crinkling leaves underfoot and a chilly breeze pushed in from the water.
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This is how I find stability, which feels like diaphanous sunlight on my face and softly crinkling leaves underfoot and a chilly breeze pushed in from the water.
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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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