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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 19, 2023

Amanda McNamara

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Millions of young adults are eager to go to the polls this year and are expected to be the largest share of voters, a YouGov poll conducted on behalf of the UC system found.
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Millions of young adults are eager to go to the polls this year and are expected to be the largest share of voters, a YouGov poll conducted on behalf of the UC system found.
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UC Berkeley is launching a center for psychedelic science and education after receiving a $1.25 million donation from an anonymous source, according to a Berkeley News press release.
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UC Berkeley is launching a center for psychedelic science and education after receiving a $1.25 million donation from an anonymous source, according to a Berkeley News press release.
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Perfect Day, a company that has created technologies to produce animal-free, flora-made dairy products, is expanding to Berkeley.
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Perfect Day, a company that has created technologies to produce animal-free, flora-made dairy products, is expanding to Berkeley.
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A study led by UC Berkeley researchers and published Aug. 3 found that deworming children in sub-Saharan Africa produces long-term benefits in adulthood.
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A study led by UC Berkeley researchers and published Aug. 3 found that deworming children in sub-Saharan Africa produces long-term benefits in adulthood.
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Punjabi Dhaba Indian Eatery, a new restaurant that features authentic Punjabi dishes, opened at 2521 Durant Ave. March 1. 
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Punjabi Dhaba Indian Eatery, a new restaurant that features authentic Punjabi dishes, opened at 2521 Durant Ave. March 1. 
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PG&E and the California Foundation for Independent Living Centers collaborated to create the Disability Disaster Access and Resources program to support vulnerable customers in the event of a Public Safety Power Shutoff.
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PG&E and the California Foundation for Independent Living Centers collaborated to create the Disability Disaster Access and Resources program to support vulnerable customers in the event of a Public Safety Power Shutoff.
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The city of Berkeley released more than $1.7 million in grants Monday to local businesses and arts organizations that have been affected by the coronavirus.
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The city of Berkeley released more than $1.7 million in grants Monday to local businesses and arts organizations that have been affected by the coronavirus.
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Arthur Gill, a former UC Berkeley assistant dean, died March 21 at the age of 89, leaving behind his two children and his partner, Marijke van Doorn Lawler.
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Arthur Gill, a former UC Berkeley assistant dean, died March 21 at the age of 89, leaving behind his two children and his partner, Marijke van Doorn Lawler.
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ASUC senators reestablished the ASUC Diversity Affairs Commission as an active body Wednesday, lifting its previous suspension.
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ASUC senators reestablished the ASUC Diversity Affairs Commission as an active body Wednesday, lifting its previous suspension.
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After the U.S. Census Bureau temporarily halted the collection of data for the 2020 census in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, field offices are scheduled to reopen June 1.
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After the U.S. Census Bureau temporarily halted the collection of data for the 2020 census in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, field offices are scheduled to reopen June 1.
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