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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

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UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design

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UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ and UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design, or CED, Dean Vishaan Chakrabarti hosted a virtual toast Wednesday to celebrate the renaming of the CED’s Wurster Hall to Bauer Wurster Hall in honor of Catherine Bauer Wurster and William Wurster.
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UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ and UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design, or CED, Dean Vishaan Chakrabarti hosted a virtual toast Wednesday to celebrate the renaming of the CED’s Wurster Hall to Bauer Wurster Hall in honor of Catherine Bauer Wurster and William Wurster.
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Throughout his career, Vishaan Chakrabarti has acted as a longtime social impact architect and urban planner, improving public spaces in New York City.
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Throughout his career, Vishaan Chakrabarti has acted as a longtime social impact architect and urban planner, improving public spaces in New York City.
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Berkeley homes are selling for about 20 percent more than their list prices, with prospective homebuyers facing a shortage of options, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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Berkeley homes are selling for about 20 percent more than their list prices, with prospective homebuyers facing a shortage of options, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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In March of 2008, Chris Downey, who is now a lecturer in the UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design, received the devastating news that he would be permanently blind.
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In March of 2008, Chris Downey, who is now a lecturer in the UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design, received the devastating news that he would be permanently blind.
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In an effort to improve campus recycling, the university began phasing out concrete block trash cans in favor of newer, more ergonomic waste disposal bins this month.
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In an effort to improve campus recycling, the university began phasing out concrete block trash cans in favor of newer, more ergonomic waste disposal bins this month.
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