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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Instead of worrying about how to carry that 28-pack bottled water case upstairs to your apartment, why not choose a reusable water bottle?
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Instead of worrying about how to carry that 28-pack bottled water case upstairs to your apartment, why not choose a reusable water bottle?
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While vaccines currently protect us from the complications of contracting COVID-19, the nasal spray would prevent us from catching the virus.
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While vaccines currently protect us from the complications of contracting COVID-19, the nasal spray would prevent us from catching the virus.
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It’s not just a California problem — across the United States, housing costs are at a record high, households are spending half their money on housing and transportation and driving is more dangerous than it’s ever been since 2002, despite two decades of technological safety improvements.
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It’s not just a California problem — across the United States, housing costs are at a record high, households are spending half their money on housing and transportation and driving is more dangerous than it’s ever been since 2002, despite two decades of technological safety improvements.
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We write with a warm welcome to our new and returning Golden Bears as you settle into Berkeley and neighboring communities.
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We write with a warm welcome to our new and returning Golden Bears as you settle into Berkeley and neighboring communities.
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The union members want California’s largest HMO to wake up and confront the mental health crisis surging in our state and across the nation.
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The union members want California’s largest HMO to wake up and confront the mental health crisis surging in our state and across the nation.
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Our food culture denies the possibility of a better alternative source, and unfortunately, insects are often portrayed as pests that only spread germs and infest households. But change is possible.
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Our food culture denies the possibility of a better alternative source, and unfortunately, insects are often portrayed as pests that only spread germs and infest households. But change is possible.
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Attacks on female-identifying political candidates are not alien to UC Berkeley's campus.
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Attacks on female-identifying political candidates are not alien to UC Berkeley's campus.
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Our generation must learn to adjust to phenomena like the Great Resignation and fight for a viable future work-life.
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Our generation must learn to adjust to phenomena like the Great Resignation and fight for a viable future work-life.
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Student debt is a chain around students’ necks, but the rock dragging that chain down is the economic stagnation we face.
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Student debt is a chain around students’ necks, but the rock dragging that chain down is the economic stagnation we face.
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The prospect of love and care materialized the shared vision of People’s Park.
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The prospect of love and care materialized the shared vision of People’s Park.
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