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BERKELEY'S NEWS • MAY 25, 2023

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Tate Coan

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Across California, government officials have taken action to help those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and the measures taken to slow the spread of the disease.
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Across California, government officials have taken action to help those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and the measures taken to slow the spread of the disease.
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Campus sophomore Mateo Torrico is running for the ASUC Senate as an independent candidate in hopes of unifying the student population.
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Campus sophomore Mateo Torrico is running for the ASUC Senate as an independent candidate in hopes of unifying the student population.
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The federal government has budgeted $500 million for its integrated communications campaign, or outreach program, for the U.S. 2020 Census.
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The federal government has budgeted $500 million for its integrated communications campaign, or outreach program, for the U.S. 2020 Census.
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A group of campus graduate students in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering received a $25,000 federal grant from the Environmental Protection Agency to develop technology that removes arsenic from California drinking water.
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A group of campus graduate students in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering received a $25,000 federal grant from the Environmental Protection Agency to develop technology that removes arsenic from California drinking water.
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With about 60 people in attendance, the Anti-Trafficking Coalition at Berkeley held its biennial Freedom in Action Conference on March 1 to discuss how to combat human trafficking. The coalition aims to raise awareness about human trafficking in the Berkeley community.
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With about 60 people in attendance, the Anti-Trafficking Coalition at Berkeley held its biennial Freedom in Action Conference on March 1 to discuss how to combat human trafficking. The coalition aims to raise awareness about human trafficking in the Berkeley community.
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Pizza Moda, which closed Dec. 8, will be reopening as a vegan Italian restaurant under the wing of sister restaurant The Butcher’s Son.
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Pizza Moda, which closed Dec. 8, will be reopening as a vegan Italian restaurant under the wing of sister restaurant The Butcher’s Son.
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Researchers from UC Berkeley, North Carolina State University and the University of Wisconsin-Stout co-authored a study that found mechanisms of molecular preservation in fossils.
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Researchers from UC Berkeley, North Carolina State University and the University of Wisconsin-Stout co-authored a study that found mechanisms of molecular preservation in fossils.
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