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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Housing Issue 2016

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Home is where the bears are: Editor's Note

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Moni Law considers herself an anomaly — and she has the data to prove it.
Moni Law considers herself an anomaly — and she has the data to prove it.
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Moni Law considers herself an anomaly — and she has the data to prove it.
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Moni Law considers herself an anomaly — and she has the data to prove it.
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The Berkeley Student Cooperative will convert the existing Andres Castro Arms co-op at 2310 Prospect Street into a Person of Color theme house in fall 2016. With approximately 56 bed spaces slated for next semester, the BSC intends to increase inclusivity for low-income students and students of color.
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The Berkeley Student Cooperative will convert the existing Andres Castro Arms co-op at 2310 Prospect Street into a Person of Color theme house in fall 2016. With approximately 56 bed spaces slated for next semester, the BSC intends to increase inclusivity for low-income students and students of color.
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Rents and house prices in the Bay Area — and in Berkeley especially — have risen exponentially in the last decade, resulting in lower-income individuals, families and students being unable to afford to live in Berkeley.
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Rents and house prices in the Bay Area — and in Berkeley especially — have risen exponentially in the last decade, resulting in lower-income individuals, families and students being unable to afford to live in Berkeley.
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With experiences ranging from counseling renters on how to navigate the rental market to helping oversee mediations between tenants and landlords, Jay Kelekian, executive director of the Rent Stabilization Board, has seen just about everything in Berkeley’s housing world.
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With experiences ranging from counseling renters on how to navigate the rental market to helping oversee mediations between tenants and landlords, Jay Kelekian, executive director of the Rent Stabilization Board, has seen just about everything in Berkeley’s housing world.
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Back by popular demand, Bowles Hall— the nation’s first residential college— is set to reopen in August following extensive efforts made by alumni, faculty, and students.
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Back by popular demand, Bowles Hall— the nation’s first residential college— is set to reopen in August following extensive efforts made by alumni, faculty, and students.
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