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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

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Buttcracks in Main Stacks: UC Berkeley Naked Run 2022

UC Berkeley’s libraries are generally quiet places of refuge for studying during Reading, Review and Recitation week, or dead week. On Thursday night, however, this silence was broken as students gathered for the semesterly Naked Run.

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Logoed with the UC Berkeley crest and covered in a sunset view centered around the Campanile, the Berkeley subreddit has become the community’s go-to spot to ask questions and share opinions.
Logoed with the UC Berkeley crest and covered in a sunset view centered around the Campanile, the Berkeley subreddit has become the community’s go-to spot to ask questions and share opinions.
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Looking from the outside in, one may not see past the dramatic eye makeup, chunky choker and all black attire to the person underneath.
Looking from the outside in, one may not see past the dramatic eye makeup, chunky choker and all black attire to the person underneath.
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When first entering International House, or I-House, visitors are greeted by the artwork of David Goines. A white dove is included in each poster, symbolizing peace and I-House’s commitment to fostering intercultural understanding and friendship among students for the purpose of promoting a more just world.
When first entering International House, or I-House, visitors are greeted by the artwork of David Goines. A white dove is included in each poster, symbolizing peace and I-House’s commitment to fostering intercultural understanding and friendship among students for the purpose of promoting a more just world.
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UC Berkeley’s libraries are generally quiet places of refuge for studying during Reading, Review and Recitation week, or dead week. On Thursday night, however, this silence was broken as students gathered for the semesterly Naked Run.
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UC Berkeley’s libraries are generally quiet places of refuge for studying during Reading, Review and Recitation week, or dead week. On Thursday night, however, this silence was broken as students gathered for the semesterly Naked Run.
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Logoed with the UC Berkeley crest and covered in a sunset view centered around the Campanile, the Berkeley subreddit has become the community’s go-to spot to ask questions and share opinions.
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Logoed with the UC Berkeley crest and covered in a sunset view centered around the Campanile, the Berkeley subreddit has become the community’s go-to spot to ask questions and share opinions.
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Looking from the outside in, one may not see past the dramatic eye makeup, chunky choker and all black attire to the person underneath.
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Looking from the outside in, one may not see past the dramatic eye makeup, chunky choker and all black attire to the person underneath.
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When first entering International House, or I-House, visitors are greeted by the artwork of David Goines. A white dove is included in each poster, symbolizing peace and I-House’s commitment to fostering intercultural understanding and friendship among students for the purpose of promoting a more just world.
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When first entering International House, or I-House, visitors are greeted by the artwork of David Goines. A white dove is included in each poster, symbolizing peace and I-House’s commitment to fostering intercultural understanding and friendship among students for the purpose of promoting a more just world.
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The Afghan Scholars at Risk Fund is a joint program founded by the San Jose State University Human Rights Institute and the UC Berkeley Human Rights Center. Its main goal is to help people at risk of suppression after the wake of the Taliban seizing control of Afghanistan.
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The Afghan Scholars at Risk Fund is a joint program founded by the San Jose State University Human Rights Institute and the UC Berkeley Human Rights Center. Its main goal is to help people at risk of suppression after the wake of the Taliban seizing control of Afghanistan.
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Berkeley Law has recently ramped up security in the wake of “Berkeley Bans Jews” billboard trucks that have driven by campus to protest the decision of nine student groups — of which there are more than 100 — to ban Zionist speakers.
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Berkeley Law has recently ramped up security in the wake of “Berkeley Bans Jews” billboard trucks that have driven by campus to protest the decision of nine student groups — of which there are more than 100 — to ban Zionist speakers.
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UC Berkeley’s Graphic Arts Loan Collection is allowing students to check out artwork after the program was put on hold for two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
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UC Berkeley’s Graphic Arts Loan Collection is allowing students to check out artwork after the program was put on hold for two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
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UC Berkeley opened its new Disability Cultural Community Center, or DCC, on Tuesday in the Hearst Field Annex, becoming one of the first college campuses to create a center dedicated solely to the disabled community. 
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UC Berkeley opened its new Disability Cultural Community Center, or DCC, on Tuesday in the Hearst Field Annex, becoming one of the first college campuses to create a center dedicated solely to the disabled community. 
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As the 2022 midterm elections near, a question looms: will UC Berkeley students’ voices be heard this November?
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As the 2022 midterm elections near, a question looms: will UC Berkeley students’ voices be heard this November?
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UC Berkeley sophomore Lilly Sayenga is proud she found a rental unit in Berkeley, but said she wishes that for the price of nearly $2,400 a month, her faucet would remain attached to the sink.
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UC Berkeley sophomore Lilly Sayenga is proud she found a rental unit in Berkeley, but said she wishes that for the price of nearly $2,400 a month, her faucet would remain attached to the sink.
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