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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 29, 2022

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It is incredibly disheartening and disappointing that a research institution as long-established as UC Berkeley is still being cited for gross neglect — if not mistreatment — of its laboratory animals.
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It is incredibly disheartening and disappointing that a research institution as long-established as UC Berkeley is still being cited for gross neglect — if not mistreatment — of its laboratory animals.
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The USDA cited UC Berkeley laboratories after a monkey was found with “sunken eyes, crumbling stool and no urine” — symptoms consistent with dehydration.
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The USDA cited UC Berkeley laboratories after a monkey was found with “sunken eyes, crumbling stool and no urine” — symptoms consistent with dehydration.
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More than 40% of college students have experienced food insecurity in some form or fashion, according to Feeding America — however, a vast number of food shortage cases fly under the radar due to embarrassment many feel about their situation.
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More than 40% of college students have experienced food insecurity in some form or fashion, according to Feeding America — however, a vast number of food shortage cases fly under the radar due to embarrassment many feel about their situation.
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Following multiple reports of bats sustaining injuries or dying during UC Berkeley research, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA, alleged that UC Berkeley mistreats bats in animal facilities and called upon campus to switch to safer, human-based research.
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Following multiple reports of bats sustaining injuries or dying during UC Berkeley research, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA, alleged that UC Berkeley mistreats bats in animal facilities and called upon campus to switch to safer, human-based research.
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If the goals of dieting and exercise are to reduce body fat percentage and increase lean muscle mass, it doesn’t make sense to replenish your energy with a Gatorade or an energy bar, or even rice and potatoes.
If the goals of dieting and exercise are to reduce body fat percentage and increase lean muscle mass, it doesn’t make sense to replenish your energy with a Gatorade or an energy bar, or even rice and potatoes.
There are not enough policies in place to regulate the use and impacts of pesticides in the U.S. The food system instead privatizes risk. This places an unwarranted and unfair burden on consumers, who may not even know about the risks at hand.
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There are not enough policies in place to regulate the use and impacts of pesticides in the U.S. The food system instead privatizes risk. This places an unwarranted and unfair burden on consumers, who may not even know about the risks at hand.
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Time and time again, labs have shown that an animal’s use as a tool supersedes its existence as a living, breathing creature.
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Time and time again, labs have shown that an animal’s use as a tool supersedes its existence as a living, breathing creature.
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The Berkeley Student Food Collective, or BSFC, a nonprofit student-run grocery store, launched a new program April 10 that will allow customers to subsidize the groceries and meals of other store patrons.
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The Berkeley Student Food Collective, or BSFC, a nonprofit student-run grocery store, launched a new program April 10 that will allow customers to subsidize the groceries and meals of other store patrons.
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USDA-certified organic restaurant the Organic Coup opened at 2309 Telegraph Ave. in December, replacing the Pacific Cookie Company — the former business to occupy the space.
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USDA-certified organic restaurant the Organic Coup opened at 2309 Telegraph Ave. in December, replacing the Pacific Cookie Company — the former business to occupy the space.
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At its Thursday meeting, the UC Board of Regents revised policy relating to senior management personnel in the UC system engaging in outside professional activities and approved increases in salaries for certain personnel, including UC Berkeley Chancellor Nicholas Dirks along with eight other UC chancellors.
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At its Thursday meeting, the UC Board of Regents revised policy relating to senior management personnel in the UC system engaging in outside professional activities and approved increases in salaries for certain personnel, including UC Berkeley Chancellor Nicholas Dirks along with eight other UC chancellors.
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