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BERKELEY'S NEWS • MARCH 30, 2023

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Berkeley Law professor Nazune Menka created an American Cultures course fall 2021 named Decolonizing UC Berkeley, dedicated to unpacking campus’ ties to settler colonialism and its relationship with Indigenous groups in California.
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Berkeley Law professor Nazune Menka created an American Cultures course fall 2021 named Decolonizing UC Berkeley, dedicated to unpacking campus’ ties to settler colonialism and its relationship with Indigenous groups in California.
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Amid a statewide student housing crisis, California assemblymember Eduardo Garcia introduced AB 1630, which would streamline private student housing developments within 1,000 feet of California college campuses. 
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Amid a statewide student housing crisis, California assemblymember Eduardo Garcia introduced AB 1630, which would streamline private student housing developments within 1,000 feet of California college campuses. 
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The Berkeley Police Accountability Board, or PAB, met March 8 for a special meeting, at which they discussed a policy review report on various Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, policies.
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The Berkeley Police Accountability Board, or PAB, met March 8 for a special meeting, at which they discussed a policy review report on various Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, policies.
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Berkeley’s Police Accountability Board, or PAB, met Wednesday evening to discuss the department’s staff shortage, the recent rise in sexual assault reports and the usage of audited body working cameras, or BWCs, on Berkeley police. 
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Berkeley’s Police Accountability Board, or PAB, met Wednesday evening to discuss the department’s staff shortage, the recent rise in sexual assault reports and the usage of audited body working cameras, or BWCs, on Berkeley police. 
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“A breathe area" is how Manuel García, a staff member at UC Berkeley’s Student Parent Center and sixth-semester student parent, described the quaint center tucked within the Transfer Center.
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“A breathe area" is how Manuel García, a staff member at UC Berkeley’s Student Parent Center and sixth-semester student parent, described the quaint center tucked within the Transfer Center.
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At 9:30 p.m. Saturday, four UC Berkeley students were attacked by two suspects in a Rav 4 vehicle while returning to Clark Kerr Campus, near the 2900 block of Derby Street, according to a UC WarnMe sent Sunday morning.
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At 9:30 p.m. Saturday, four UC Berkeley students were attacked by two suspects in a Rav 4 vehicle while returning to Clark Kerr Campus, near the 2900 block of Derby Street, according to a UC WarnMe sent Sunday morning.
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UC Berkeley Young Democratic Socialists of America, or Cal YDSA, hosted a town hall in the George and Mary Foster Anthropology Library on Wednesday to get perspectives from students in the anthropology, physics and math departments on the upcoming library closures.
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UC Berkeley Young Democratic Socialists of America, or Cal YDSA, hosted a town hall in the George and Mary Foster Anthropology Library on Wednesday to get perspectives from students in the anthropology, physics and math departments on the upcoming library closures.
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Many Alameda County civil rights organizations and advocates are “enraged” by the inaction within the ACSO regarding a history of alleged abuse, mistreatment and death at Santa Rita Jail.
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Many Alameda County civil rights organizations and advocates are “enraged” by the inaction within the ACSO regarding a history of alleged abuse, mistreatment and death at Santa Rita Jail.
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A state appeals court ruled Monday that Berkeley will be able to subject a property which the owner had bought in order to repair into new housing to rent control, as first reported by the SF Chronicle. 
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A state appeals court ruled Monday that Berkeley will be able to subject a property which the owner had bought in order to repair into new housing to rent control, as first reported by the SF Chronicle. 
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The UC Board of Regents reconvened Thursday to discuss UC Berkeley’s library closures, UC investment assets and more.
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The UC Board of Regents reconvened Thursday to discuss UC Berkeley’s library closures, UC investment assets and more.
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