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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 06, 2023

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If you told me a year ago that moving out on your own was not as simple as it sounds, I wouldn’t have believed you.
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If you told me a year ago that moving out on your own was not as simple as it sounds, I wouldn’t have believed you.
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One of the best parts about being back on campus is having a new space to live in. Check out these affordable decorating hacks to spice up your space!
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One of the best parts about being back on campus is having a new space to live in. Check out these affordable decorating hacks to spice up your space!
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With Berkeley’s waste collection facility in a state of disrepair, the city is moving toward a long-awaited, state-of-the-art facility.
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With Berkeley’s waste collection facility in a state of disrepair, the city is moving toward a long-awaited, state-of-the-art facility.
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Extremely accessible via public transportation, West Berkeley is home to a rich diversity of people, activities and food options.
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Extremely accessible via public transportation, West Berkeley is home to a rich diversity of people, activities and food options.
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Impermanence, also known as “anica” in Buddhism, has been the greatest enemy to the modern human mind since its development 40,000 years ago. And if you would like to embark on this game, I would highly recommend that you continue reading this important piece to find “maximalism.”
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Impermanence, also known as “anica” in Buddhism, has been the greatest enemy to the modern human mind since its development 40,000 years ago. And if you would like to embark on this game, I would highly recommend that you continue reading this important piece to find “maximalism.”
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After a federal court ruled in favor of a city ordinance, Berkeley City Council adopted at its meeting Tuesday the first reading of a law that would require retailers to warn consumers the potential danger cellphones pose as emitters of radiofrequency.
After a federal court ruled in favor of a city ordinance, Berkeley City Council adopted at its meeting Tuesday the first reading of a law that would require retailers to warn consumers the potential danger cellphones pose as emitters of radiofrequency.