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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 07, 2022

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Catalytic converter thefts are on the rise in the Bay Area, with 74 thefts reported this year as of press time.
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Catalytic converter thefts are on the rise in the Bay Area, with 74 thefts reported this year as of press time.
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A traffic collision involving multiple vehicles occurred Wednesday afternoon at the intersection of Shattuck Avenue and Dwight Way, according to an email from Berkeley Police Department spokesperson Officer Byron White.
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A traffic collision involving multiple vehicles occurred Wednesday afternoon at the intersection of Shattuck Avenue and Dwight Way, according to an email from Berkeley Police Department spokesperson Officer Byron White.
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The UC Berkeley School of Public Health announced Thursday the opening of its Center for Lean Engagement and Research in Healthcare, or CLEAR, to research lean management’s potential to streamline care in hospitals.
The UC Berkeley School of Public Health announced Thursday the opening of its Center for Lean Engagement and Research in Healthcare, or CLEAR, to research lean management’s potential to streamline care in hospitals.
Deepak Ahuja, former chief financial officer of Tesla Motors, spoke to approximately 150 students gathered at Wurster Hall on Monday to hear his vision for the future of the automotive industry.
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Deepak Ahuja, former chief financial officer of Tesla Motors, spoke to approximately 150 students gathered at Wurster Hall on Monday to hear his vision for the future of the automotive industry.
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VeHICaL — or Verified Human Interfaces, Control, and Learning for Semi-Autonomous Systems — is an interdisciplinary project involving UC Berkeley researchers that seeks to develop new and improved ways of building human cyber-physical systems, like self-driving cars and drones.
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VeHICaL — or Verified Human Interfaces, Control, and Learning for Semi-Autonomous Systems — is an interdisciplinary project involving UC Berkeley researchers that seeks to develop new and improved ways of building human cyber-physical systems, like self-driving cars and drones.
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For some students, Berkeley isn’t that different from their hometowns. For those of us who hail from cow towns and suburbs, however, living in the city is a totally new experience. We at the Clog know that adjusting to a city can be a wild experience, complete with an ever-changing internal monologue about Berkeley. Here are just 25 of the thoughts we have while contemplating city life.
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For some students, Berkeley isn’t that different from their hometowns. For those of us who hail from cow towns and suburbs, however, living in the city is a totally new experience. We at the Clog know that adjusting to a city can be a wild experience, complete with an ever-changing internal monologue about Berkeley. Here are just 25 of the thoughts we have while contemplating city life.
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With rates of diseases such as diabetes and obesity on the rise across the country, experts from a variety of fields are currently researching a particularly concerning area of American health — that of the country’s professional working environment.
With rates of diseases such as diabetes and obesity on the rise across the country, experts from a variety of fields are currently researching a particularly concerning area of American health — that of the country’s professional working environment.
Hamamatsu, Japan kites go back much further than seven years and Berkeley Kite Festival Event Chair Tom McAlister said he had always wanted to bring their tradition to Berkeley.
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Hamamatsu, Japan kites go back much further than seven years and Berkeley Kite Festival Event Chair Tom McAlister said he had always wanted to bring their tradition to Berkeley.
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