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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 09, 2022

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One of the most pressing issues facing society today revolves around climate change, a topic that isn't easy to explain to adults, let alone children. So what steps should we take to ensure that younger generations understand the deleterious effects of global warming on the environment?
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One of the most pressing issues facing society today revolves around climate change, a topic that isn't easy to explain to adults, let alone children. So what steps should we take to ensure that younger generations understand the deleterious effects of global warming on the environment?
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Boichik Bagels owner Emily Winston discussed how she started her business in November 2019 after observing a wave of “bagel entrepreneurship” in 2010.
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Boichik Bagels owner Emily Winston discussed how she started her business in November 2019 after observing a wave of “bagel entrepreneurship” in 2010.
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Podcasts are a great way to keep track of the latest news in an easy, time efficient manner that also lends itself well to multitasking.
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Podcasts are a great way to keep track of the latest news in an easy, time efficient manner that also lends itself well to multitasking.
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Emily Winston, founder of Berkeley’s Boichik Bagels, was shocked when she first saw the digital newsletter sent by Lula Financial, the email’s subject line stating that the business’s customers “deserve to be poor.”
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Emily Winston, founder of Berkeley’s Boichik Bagels, was shocked when she first saw the digital newsletter sent by Lula Financial, the email’s subject line stating that the business’s customers “deserve to be poor.”
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Chloe Reynolds, UC Berkeley School of Journalism alumna, did not know the 2021 Pulitzer Prize awards were being announced until she found herself in a livestream with her editors in suits. 
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Chloe Reynolds, UC Berkeley School of Journalism alumna, did not know the 2021 Pulitzer Prize awards were being announced until she found herself in a livestream with her editors in suits. 
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Roger Benitez, a federal judge of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California, ruled Friday that parts of the state’s 32-year ban on assault weapons are unconstitutional.
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Roger Benitez, a federal judge of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California, ruled Friday that parts of the state’s 32-year ban on assault weapons are unconstitutional.
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The American Crossword Puzzle Tournament, or ACPT, annually gathers contestants from around the world to tackle eight original crossword puzzles. This year, the top ACPT performer was not a human, but was instead an artificial intelligence, or AI, system built in part by a team of UC Berkeley researchers.
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The American Crossword Puzzle Tournament, or ACPT, annually gathers contestants from around the world to tackle eight original crossword puzzles. This year, the top ACPT performer was not a human, but was instead an artificial intelligence, or AI, system built in part by a team of UC Berkeley researchers.
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UC Berkeley freshman Sadie Radinsky is challenging the negative message regarding food and exercise that young women receive.
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UC Berkeley freshman Sadie Radinsky is challenging the negative message regarding food and exercise that young women receive.
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Children between 12 to 15 years old may soon be able to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, pending approval from the Food and Drug Administration, or FDA, early next week. 
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Children between 12 to 15 years old may soon be able to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, pending approval from the Food and Drug Administration, or FDA, early next week. 
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The Berkeley Forum's spring 2021 lineup has a diverse selection of speakers who are not only from a wide range of disciplines and ethnic backgrounds but are also unique within their given field.
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The Berkeley Forum's spring 2021 lineup has a diverse selection of speakers who are not only from a wide range of disciplines and ethnic backgrounds but are also unique within their given field.
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