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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 28, 2022

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Ongoing projects to build tall buildings in Downtown Berkeley are currently seeking to address the ongoing housing crisis in Berkeley.
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Ongoing projects to build tall buildings in Downtown Berkeley are currently seeking to address the ongoing housing crisis in Berkeley.
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We must also recognize those with Ohlone ancestors that populated the land long before all privatized land ownership.
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We must also recognize those with Ohlone ancestors that populated the land long before all privatized land ownership.
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Ultimately, no matter the city’s work to provide supportive housing for residents of People’s Park, the park’s decades worth of history and culture will not be preserved.
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Ultimately, no matter the city’s work to provide supportive housing for residents of People’s Park, the park’s decades worth of history and culture will not be preserved.
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Deconstruct the chancellor’s mansion, a symbol of division between students and administration, and of racial capitalism wrapped in plantation architecture.
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Deconstruct the chancellor’s mansion, a symbol of division between students and administration, and of racial capitalism wrapped in plantation architecture.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 290, or SB 290, into law Sept. 28, to support affordable housing for low-income college students.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 290, or SB 290, into law Sept. 28, to support affordable housing for low-income college students.
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People's park supports an active community that remains entirely connected to the larger Berkeley community: materially, historically and presently.
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People's park supports an active community that remains entirely connected to the larger Berkeley community: materially, historically and presently.
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If students move into the housing at People’s Park, we will be occupying appropriated land — land belonging in spirit and symbol to the Berkeley community.
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If students move into the housing at People’s Park, we will be occupying appropriated land — land belonging in spirit and symbol to the Berkeley community.
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Besides keeping one's options open, what may be lacking in an often hectic search for housing is a savvy, resourceful and calm mentality.
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Besides keeping one's options open, what may be lacking in an often hectic search for housing is a savvy, resourceful and calm mentality.
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Last month, an anonymous Facebook post on the Confessions from UC Berkeley page exposed abysmal living conditions in Stern Hall, the only all-women undergraduate residence hall on campus. Despite numerous complaints by students alleging issues of vermin on site, cold showers and broken washing machines, these concerns have yet to be completely resolved.
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Last month, an anonymous Facebook post on the Confessions from UC Berkeley page exposed abysmal living conditions in Stern Hall, the only all-women undergraduate residence hall on campus. Despite numerous complaints by students alleging issues of vermin on site, cold showers and broken washing machines, these concerns have yet to be completely resolved.
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With the end of spring break, Stern Hall resident Elaine Calzada left behind her cozy bed in Montebello to return to the thinly-carpeted concrete floor that, since February, has been her bed at UC Berkeley.
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With the end of spring break, Stern Hall resident Elaine Calzada left behind her cozy bed in Montebello to return to the thinly-carpeted concrete floor that, since February, has been her bed at UC Berkeley.
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