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BERKELEY'S NEWS • MAY 24, 2023

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Olivia Nouriani

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We have an opportunity to stand on the right side of history; if we don’t, we will look back with regret.
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We have an opportunity to stand on the right side of history; if we don’t, we will look back with regret.
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The City of Berkeley announced a new policy Dec. 18, 2018 regarding the collection of holiday trees for composting this year, asking residents to trim trees to fit in their compost bins.
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The City of Berkeley announced a new policy Dec. 18, 2018 regarding the collection of holiday trees for composting this year, asking residents to trim trees to fit in their compost bins.
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Berkeley Unified School District Board President Josh Daniels and board member Karen Hemphill participated in their final meeting as board members Wednesday night, delivering advice and parting thoughts.
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Berkeley Unified School District Board President Josh Daniels and board member Karen Hemphill participated in their final meeting as board members Wednesday night, delivering advice and parting thoughts.
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Before the meeting began, people gathered on Lower Sproul, carrying a banner that read, “Senator Chow Resign Now." Student Action, the party that Chow ran with, recently cut ties with her over the anti-LGBTQ+ comments she made during the Oct. 31 meeting.
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Before the meeting began, people gathered on Lower Sproul, carrying a banner that read, “Senator Chow Resign Now." Student Action, the party that Chow ran with, recently cut ties with her over the anti-LGBTQ+ comments she made during the Oct. 31 meeting.
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The Berkeley Unified School District Board voted at its Wednesday meeting to approve spending up to $20,000 to retain an attorney who will help grant 16- and 17-year-olds the right to vote in board elections.
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The Berkeley Unified School District Board voted at its Wednesday meeting to approve spending up to $20,000 to retain an attorney who will help grant 16- and 17-year-olds the right to vote in board elections.
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California state Sen. Ricardo Lara and technology entrepreneur and former California insurance commissioner Steve Poizner will face off in the race for California insurance commissioner in November after the closest primary election for a statewide office this year.
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California state Sen. Ricardo Lara and technology entrepreneur and former California insurance commissioner Steve Poizner will face off in the race for California insurance commissioner in November after the closest primary election for a statewide office this year.
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The city will have exclusive access to the board room and its supporting facilities for public meetings Tuesdays and Thursdays after 3 p.m.
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The city will have exclusive access to the board room and its supporting facilities for public meetings Tuesdays and Thursdays after 3 p.m.
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Demonstrators held signs advocating for a “living wage.” One recurring sign read, “We protect, cook, clean, drive, repair and help students succeed. We also need to eat.”
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Demonstrators held signs advocating for a “living wage.” One recurring sign read, “We protect, cook, clean, drive, repair and help students succeed. We also need to eat.”
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The UC admitted an all-time record number of transfer students for the 2018-19 academic year — the number admitted at UC Berkeley, however, decreased.
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The UC admitted an all-time record number of transfer students for the 2018-19 academic year — the number admitted at UC Berkeley, however, decreased.
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Deepa Pawar, a human rights activist and nonprofit founder from Maharashtra, India, was announced Sunday as the winner of the first "Tell Her Story" contest, which was sponsored by the UC Berkeley Institute for South Asia Studies.
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Deepa Pawar, a human rights activist and nonprofit founder from Maharashtra, India, was announced Sunday as the winner of the first "Tell Her Story" contest, which was sponsored by the UC Berkeley Institute for South Asia Studies.
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