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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Several large pieces of construction equipment were removed from People’s Park near UC Berkeley on Monday morning.
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Several large pieces of construction equipment were removed from People’s Park near UC Berkeley on Monday morning.
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Housing is a human right. Measures M and N both take steps to ameliorate Berkeley’s critical housing crisis.
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Housing is a human right. Measures M and N both take steps to ameliorate Berkeley’s critical housing crisis.
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Although Intercollegiate Athletics, or IA, lacks a demonstrated means to repay, the UC regents have approved a financial plan as shaky as the ground under the stadium. 
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Although Intercollegiate Athletics, or IA, lacks a demonstrated means to repay, the UC regents have approved a financial plan as shaky as the ground under the stadium. 
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Students and community members believe the proposed expansions into places like People's Park are irresponsible and will actively cause more harm.
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Students and community members believe the proposed expansions into places like People's Park are irresponsible and will actively cause more harm.
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When you returned to Berkeley sometime this past week, you were probably eager to find a familiar home — the same Campanile
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When you returned to Berkeley sometime this past week, you were probably eager to find a familiar home — the same Campanile
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UC Berkeley is notorious for lying to its students about whatever is at hand, whether it be 'Free Speech Week' or construction deadlines.
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UC Berkeley is notorious for lying to its students about whatever is at hand, whether it be 'Free Speech Week' or construction deadlines.
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A proposed 18-story high-rise on Shattuck Avenue may potentially obstruct the view of the Golden Gate Bridge from Berkeley’s Campanile Way.
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A proposed 18-story high-rise on Shattuck Avenue may potentially obstruct the view of the Golden Gate Bridge from Berkeley’s Campanile Way.
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The 2902 Adeline Street Neighbors, an unincorporated nonprofit neighborhood association to protect low-income housing, is suing the city of Berkeley over a mixed-use construction project at its namesake address.
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The 2902 Adeline Street Neighbors, an unincorporated nonprofit neighborhood association to protect low-income housing, is suing the city of Berkeley over a mixed-use construction project at its namesake address.
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Since Measure T1, a plan to improve Berkeley’s infrastructure, passed in November, the city has begun repaving its roads, with future plans to renovate senior and recreation centers, parks, sidewalks, storm drains and streets.
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Since Measure T1, a plan to improve Berkeley’s infrastructure, passed in November, the city has begun repaving its roads, with future plans to renovate senior and recreation centers, parks, sidewalks, storm drains and streets.
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