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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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With about a quarter of UC Berkeley students seeking basic needs assistance, campus and student organizations have worked to address student food insecurity, among other concerns.
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With about a quarter of UC Berkeley students seeking basic needs assistance, campus and student organizations have worked to address student food insecurity, among other concerns.
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Providing students with access to nutritious and affordable food should be one of the top priorities for every college campus.
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Providing students with access to nutritious and affordable food should be one of the top priorities for every college campus.
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A research article published Jan. 2 observed Latinx farmworker children and found that exposure to food insecurity early in life can have a lasting impact on children’s growth.
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A research article published Jan. 2 observed Latinx farmworker children and found that exposure to food insecurity early in life can have a lasting impact on children’s growth.
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In a letter to U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer on Thursday, three Democratic senators proposed increasing individual assistance for college students facing food insecurity.
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In a letter to U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer on Thursday, three Democratic senators proposed increasing individual assistance for college students facing food insecurity.
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Online classes, community relations with police and possible tuition increases were some of the many topics discussed at Wednesday night’s ASUC Senate meeting.
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Online classes, community relations with police and possible tuition increases were some of the many topics discussed at Wednesday night’s ASUC Senate meeting.
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For the groups paving the path to a more sustainable food future in Berkeley, food sustainability is about more than just being ecologically friendly — food sustainability means ensuring food access and affordability, and the reform of food distribution structures.
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For the groups paving the path to a more sustainable food future in Berkeley, food sustainability is about more than just being ecologically friendly — food sustainability means ensuring food access and affordability, and the reform of food distribution structures.
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I came to the realization that I don’t actually want to be affluent or white. I yearn for the privileges that come with it. I want to be taken seriously.
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I came to the realization that I don’t actually want to be affluent or white. I yearn for the privileges that come with it. I want to be taken seriously.
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UC Berkeley plans to boost efforts this semester to help an estimated 10,000 food-insecure students enroll in CalFresh, a federally funded nutrition program that helps low-income individuals.
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UC Berkeley plans to boost efforts this semester to help an estimated 10,000 food-insecure students enroll in CalFresh, a federally funded nutrition program that helps low-income individuals.
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Berkeley's Ecology Center received a grant Friday of approximately $240,000 with the aim of enhancing low-income families’ access to healthy foods and helping small farms that grow healthy produce.
Berkeley's Ecology Center received a grant Friday of approximately $240,000 with the aim of enhancing low-income families’ access to healthy foods and helping small farms that grow healthy produce.
The UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education released a research brief this month that presents the high public costs that low wages bring, suggesting higher wages and increases in employer-provided health insurance as a way of lowering these costs.
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The UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education released a research brief this month that presents the high public costs that low wages bring, suggesting higher wages and increases in employer-provided health insurance as a way of lowering these costs.
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