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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 26, 2022

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A male bicyclist in his 20s was transported to Highland Hospital in Oakland after being struck by a driver at the intersection of Hearst Avenue and Euclid Avenue around 8 p.m. Tuesday night.
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A male bicyclist in his 20s was transported to Highland Hospital in Oakland after being struck by a driver at the intersection of Hearst Avenue and Euclid Avenue around 8 p.m. Tuesday night.
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On Monday, the UC Berkeley Emeriti Academy and Belmont Village Senior Living hosted a virtual webinar called “Navigating the Challenges of Aging.”
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On Monday, the UC Berkeley Emeriti Academy and Belmont Village Senior Living hosted a virtual webinar called “Navigating the Challenges of Aging.”
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The Alameda County District Attorney’s office charged suspect Anthony Demaria with assault on Thursday after attacking a staff member at Little Plearn Thai Kitchen in downtown Berkeley.
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The Alameda County District Attorney’s office charged suspect Anthony Demaria with assault on Thursday after attacking a staff member at Little Plearn Thai Kitchen in downtown Berkeley.
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A letter signed by 14 UC Berkeley professors calls for a restoration of free speech values at universities and other academic institutions across the world.
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A letter signed by 14 UC Berkeley professors calls for a restoration of free speech values at universities and other academic institutions across the world.
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The Biden administration’s student debt relief program has faced legal backlash once again, prompting uncertainty about the status of student loans nationwide.
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The Biden administration’s student debt relief program has faced legal backlash once again, prompting uncertainty about the status of student loans nationwide.
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UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business has enrolled 69 students in the Flex cohort for the first time this fall semester, which allows students to earn their Master of Business Administration, or MBA, online. 
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UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business has enrolled 69 students in the Flex cohort for the first time this fall semester, which allows students to earn their Master of Business Administration, or MBA, online. 
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The first openly LGBTQ fire chief, Jeanine Nicholson, spoke at the Berkeley Forum Thursday where she discussed the history and future of diversity, equity and inclusion in the San Francisco Fire Department, or SFFD.  
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The first openly LGBTQ fire chief, Jeanine Nicholson, spoke at the Berkeley Forum Thursday where she discussed the history and future of diversity, equity and inclusion in the San Francisco Fire Department, or SFFD.  
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The Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, board met Wednesday to discuss their ongoing workforce housing project and new middle school assignment model.
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The Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, board met Wednesday to discuss their ongoing workforce housing project and new middle school assignment model.
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Berkeley Law’s Human Rights Center, or HRC, announced Wednesday that international human rights attorney Betsy Popken will be joining the leadership team as the new Co-Executive Director alongside current Executive Director, Alexa Koenig.
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Berkeley Law’s Human Rights Center, or HRC, announced Wednesday that international human rights attorney Betsy Popken will be joining the leadership team as the new Co-Executive Director alongside current Executive Director, Alexa Koenig.
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More than 300 scholars of Chinese diaspora presented their research and discussed topics including anti-Asian violence and United States-China relations at the 30th anniversary international conference of the International Society for the Study of Chinese Overseas.
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More than 300 scholars of Chinese diaspora presented their research and discussed topics including anti-Asian violence and United States-China relations at the 30th anniversary international conference of the International Society for the Study of Chinese Overseas.
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