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BERKELEY'S NEWS • MARCH 25, 2023

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Mela Seyoum

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UC Berkeley professor Jelani Nelson and Stanford University professor Jo Boaler have been entangled in controversy after criticisms of Boaler’s work, and accusations of harassment.
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UC Berkeley professor Jelani Nelson and Stanford University professor Jo Boaler have been entangled in controversy after criticisms of Boaler’s work, and accusations of harassment.
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UC Berkeley freshman Kailen Grottel-Brown is running independently for ASUC Senate based on his passion for public service and experience in ASUC and government offices and campaigns. 
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UC Berkeley freshman Kailen Grottel-Brown is running independently for ASUC Senate based on his passion for public service and experience in ASUC and government offices and campaigns. 
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A city audit published Thursday outlined Berkeley Police Department’s use of overtime, increased work with outside entities and its impacts on the department’s budget. 
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A city audit published Thursday outlined Berkeley Police Department’s use of overtime, increased work with outside entities and its impacts on the department’s budget. 
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Girl Scouts cookie season is running from Feb. 1 to March 27 in Northern California, and can be bought online and in-person at booths across campus.
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Girl Scouts cookie season is running from Feb. 1 to March 27 in Northern California, and can be bought online and in-person at booths across campus.
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Students and organizations at UC Berkeley focused on menstrual equity have worked on increasing the availability of free menstrual products on campus, in tandem with legislation. 
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Students and organizations at UC Berkeley focused on menstrual equity have worked on increasing the availability of free menstrual products on campus, in tandem with legislation. 
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COVID-19 cases at UC Berkeley and in the city of Berkeley have decreased according to data from the University Health Services Dashboard.
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COVID-19 cases at UC Berkeley and in the city of Berkeley have decreased according to data from the University Health Services Dashboard.
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UC Berkeley has announced plans to hold in-person classes as the default mode of instruction, regardless of class size, for the spring 2022 semester. 
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UC Berkeley has announced plans to hold in-person classes as the default mode of instruction, regardless of class size, for the spring 2022 semester. 
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Berkeley Police Department has responded to two reports of shootings which occurred the evenings of Sept. 23 and Sept. 24.
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Berkeley Police Department has responded to two reports of shootings which occurred the evenings of Sept. 23 and Sept. 24.
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A state program will now allow California residents to save up to $8,000 in unpaid balances on PG&E bills and keep their power after the statewide ban on disconnecting electricity comes to an end Sept. 30.
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A state program will now allow California residents to save up to $8,000 in unpaid balances on PG&E bills and keep their power after the statewide ban on disconnecting electricity comes to an end Sept. 30.
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The city of Berkeley health officer issued an order that will require certain businesses to verify vaccination of employees, and patrons in some cases.
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The city of Berkeley health officer issued an order that will require certain businesses to verify vaccination of employees, and patrons in some cases.
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