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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!

Andrew Green

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Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD’s, Board of Education officially kicked off Black History Month at their meeting Wednesday.
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Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD’s, Board of Education officially kicked off Black History Month at their meeting Wednesday.
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Maria Boone Cranor, co-founder of Black Diamond Equipment, UC Berkeley alumna and former instructor in the physics department at The University of Utah died from cancer at age 76 in her Salt Lake City home on Jan. 15, according to Berkeleyside. 
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Maria Boone Cranor, co-founder of Black Diamond Equipment, UC Berkeley alumna and former instructor in the physics department at The University of Utah died from cancer at age 76 in her Salt Lake City home on Jan. 15, according to Berkeleyside. 
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Catalytic converter thefts are becoming a growing problem in Berkeley, with incidents rising in number throughout the city. These valuable devices, which are located in the exhaust systems of vehicles, contain precious metals like platinum, palladium and rhodium.
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Catalytic converter thefts are becoming a growing problem in Berkeley, with incidents rising in number throughout the city. These valuable devices, which are located in the exhaust systems of vehicles, contain precious metals like platinum, palladium and rhodium.
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The University of California may dock pay from those participating in the ongoing academic worker strike—including faculty striking in solidarity—according to Berkeley Faculty Association Chair James Vernon. 
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The University of California may dock pay from those participating in the ongoing academic worker strike—including faculty striking in solidarity—according to Berkeley Faculty Association Chair James Vernon. 
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Mere seconds before a 5.1 magnitude earthquake struck the San Jose area on Oct. 25, 2.2 million Californians received an early emergency notification.
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Mere seconds before a 5.1 magnitude earthquake struck the San Jose area on Oct. 25, 2.2 million Californians received an early emergency notification.
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Tatiana Guerreiro Ramos, a BUSD parent and former teacher, is running for a seat on the district’s school board. 
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Tatiana Guerreiro Ramos, a BUSD parent and former teacher, is running for a seat on the district’s school board. 
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UC Berkeley community members have criticized proposed changes to the campus library system announced Oct. 3, which would limit services and close the Anthropology, Mathematics Statistics and Physics-Astronomy libraries.
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UC Berkeley community members have criticized proposed changes to the campus library system announced Oct. 3, which would limit services and close the Anthropology, Mathematics Statistics and Physics-Astronomy libraries.
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