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BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 27, 2023

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Jennifer Kang

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The University of California ranked first among all universities worldwide in incorporating climate change risks in its investment decision making, according to findings released Monday by an independent organization.
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The University of California ranked first among all universities worldwide in incorporating climate change risks in its investment decision making, according to findings released Monday by an independent organization.
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Berkeley City Council discussed recommendations from the city auditor and city Personnel Board about enhancing equity in the city’s hiring and promotions system at a special meeting Tuesday evening.
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Berkeley City Council discussed recommendations from the city auditor and city Personnel Board about enhancing equity in the city’s hiring and promotions system at a special meeting Tuesday evening.
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Berkeley City Council discussed possible ballot measures for the upcoming November municipal election at a special meeting Tuesday evening. Additionally, it considered which issues should be included in a community survey that will be conducted in March to gauge the public’s interests.
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Berkeley City Council discussed possible ballot measures for the upcoming November municipal election at a special meeting Tuesday evening. Additionally, it considered which issues should be included in a community survey that will be conducted in March to gauge the public’s interests.
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Dwight Jaffee, a real estate and finance professor at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, died Jan. 28 at the age of 72.
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Dwight Jaffee, a real estate and finance professor at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, died Jan. 28 at the age of 72.
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South Gate Apartments, a mixed-use building with 44 dwelling units and 2,800 square feet of nonresidential floor area, is expected to be ready by August 2016.
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South Gate Apartments, a mixed-use building with 44 dwelling units and 2,800 square feet of nonresidential floor area, is expected to be ready by August 2016.
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In a recent study, UC Berkeley law professor Anne Joseph O’Connell sunk her teeth into the institutional gridlock that plagues the process of U.S. presidential nominations.
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In a recent study, UC Berkeley law professor Anne Joseph O’Connell sunk her teeth into the institutional gridlock that plagues the process of U.S. presidential nominations.
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Berkeley ranked the highest of 300 cities throughout the country as the most expensive college town, according to the National Association of Realtors.
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Berkeley ranked the highest of 300 cities throughout the country as the most expensive college town, according to the National Association of Realtors.
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Thursday morning saw people including the Berkeley mayor participate in the 21st annual Bay Area Bike to Work Day in areas all over the East Bay including Berkeley, Fremont, Castro Valley and Oakland.
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Thursday morning saw people including the Berkeley mayor participate in the 21st annual Bay Area Bike to Work Day in areas all over the East Bay including Berkeley, Fremont, Castro Valley and Oakland.
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Radhika Kannan, who studied economics and conservation and resource studies at UC Berkeley, was awarded the University Medal and recognized as the most distinguished graduating senior on campus.
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Radhika Kannan, who studied economics and conservation and resource studies at UC Berkeley, was awarded the University Medal and recognized as the most distinguished graduating senior on campus.
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After months of legal dispute over the Forty Acres Medical Marijuana Growers Collective, which caused it to relocate in April, it filed a lawsuit against the city on April 20 alleging discrimination against the collective.
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After months of legal dispute over the Forty Acres Medical Marijuana Growers Collective, which caused it to relocate in April, it filed a lawsuit against the city on April 20 alleging discrimination against the collective.
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