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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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A man named Lucas Glassy was arrested Oct. 21 for allegedly attacking two UC Berkeley students, according to the The Berkeley Scanner. 
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A man named Lucas Glassy was arrested Oct. 21 for allegedly attacking two UC Berkeley students, according to the The Berkeley Scanner. 
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A group in Berkeley is advocating for the election of leaders who will fight traffic violence with urgency, in light of multiple recent motor-pedestrian collisions.
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A group in Berkeley is advocating for the election of leaders who will fight traffic violence with urgency, in light of multiple recent motor-pedestrian collisions.
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The state of California is pushing back on Berkeley City Council’s attempts to limit construction of accessory dwelling units, or ADUs, in the Berkeley Hills, arguing that the council’s actions violate state law.
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The state of California is pushing back on Berkeley City Council’s attempts to limit construction of accessory dwelling units, or ADUs, in the Berkeley Hills, arguing that the council’s actions violate state law.
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A proposed state constitutional amendment regarding abortion rights will be on Californians’ ballots this November. As election day draws closer, students on campus and activist organizations alike weighed in on the implications of the proposition.
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A proposed state constitutional amendment regarding abortion rights will be on Californians’ ballots this November. As election day draws closer, students on campus and activist organizations alike weighed in on the implications of the proposition.
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Community members came together to celebrate the grand opening of Berkeley Way Apartments and the Hope Center — the largest affordable housing development for low-income and unhoused people in Berkeley’s history.
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Community members came together to celebrate the grand opening of Berkeley Way Apartments and the Hope Center — the largest affordable housing development for low-income and unhoused people in Berkeley’s history.
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The founder and executive chef of Pinky and Red’s restaurant, Bernadine “Pinky” Sewell, was diagnosed with stage 3C colon cancer in August 2020 and is asking for financial support to help pay for treatment and bills.
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The founder and executive chef of Pinky and Red’s restaurant, Bernadine “Pinky” Sewell, was diagnosed with stage 3C colon cancer in August 2020 and is asking for financial support to help pay for treatment and bills.
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This November, Alameda County voters will once again vote on Measure D, or the 'Save Agriculture and Open Space Lands' initiative, this time with amendments aimed at increasing profits for agriculture business while simultaneously preserving the county’s open land.
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This November, Alameda County voters will once again vote on Measure D, or the 'Save Agriculture and Open Space Lands' initiative, this time with amendments aimed at increasing profits for agriculture business while simultaneously preserving the county’s open land.
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UC Berkeley Law’s Environmental Law Clinic is representing Communities for a Better Environment, or CBE, in a suit against the AB&I Foundry in East Oakland and the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, or BAAQMD.
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UC Berkeley Law’s Environmental Law Clinic is representing Communities for a Better Environment, or CBE, in a suit against the AB&I Foundry in East Oakland and the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, or BAAQMD.
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An aggravated assault occurred at the south side of the Li Ka Shing Center Sun. around 2 a.m., according to a campus WarnMe.
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An aggravated assault occurred at the south side of the Li Ka Shing Center Sun. around 2 a.m., according to a campus WarnMe.
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U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona issued a statement Monday calling the literacy and math results from the National Assessment of Educational Progress “unacceptable,” noting the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on students. 
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U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona issued a statement Monday calling the literacy and math results from the National Assessment of Educational Progress “unacceptable,” noting the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on students. 
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