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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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A pump track is a vacant space with elevated areas. A rider needs to use their muscles and gravity to move their bike and achieve speed and acceleration.
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A pump track is a vacant space with elevated areas. A rider needs to use their muscles and gravity to move their bike and achieve speed and acceleration.
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Last week, the Berkeley Unified School District board unanimously approved a policy that would require all girls’ and gender-neutral bathrooms to have free menstrual products — a mark of progress on the district’s part. But what’s alarming is that the world’s “No. 1 public university” has yet to follow suit in providing this basic necessity to community members.
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Last week, the Berkeley Unified School District board unanimously approved a policy that would require all girls’ and gender-neutral bathrooms to have free menstrual products — a mark of progress on the district’s part. But what’s alarming is that the world’s “No. 1 public university” has yet to follow suit in providing this basic necessity to community members.
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UCPD has opened an investigation into graffiti that was discovered on and near the Campanile, the Hearst Gym and Barrows Hall over the weekend in what campus maintenance staff think may be related incidents.
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UCPD has opened an investigation into graffiti that was discovered on and near the Campanile, the Hearst Gym and Barrows Hall over the weekend in what campus maintenance staff think may be related incidents.
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With the majority of construction complete, the ASUC Student Union and the UC Berkeley Facilities Services are finishing renovations on the campus’ new Lower Sproul Plaza.
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With the majority of construction complete, the ASUC Student Union and the UC Berkeley Facilities Services are finishing renovations on the campus’ new Lower Sproul Plaza.
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