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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!
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Public health officials say that transmission of COVID-19, RSV and influenza will increase during the holiday season; however, this may not correlate to a significant increase in hospitalizations for severe disease, according to public health experts.
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Public health officials say that transmission of COVID-19, RSV and influenza will increase during the holiday season; however, this may not correlate to a significant increase in hospitalizations for severe disease, according to public health experts.
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The city of Berkeley is in crisis as it struggles to hire and retain the workers necessary to maintain city operations.
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The city of Berkeley is in crisis as it struggles to hire and retain the workers necessary to maintain city operations.
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A recent study from the UC Berkeley School of Public Health showed an arts-based youth program was effective in promoting health education and student engagement. 
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A recent study from the UC Berkeley School of Public Health showed an arts-based youth program was effective in promoting health education and student engagement. 
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As cases of COVID-19 and other respiratory diseases reach a recent high, Alameda County’s health officials announce that the county’s transmission level has increased from the CDC’s “low” COVID-19 Community Level to “medium.”
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As cases of COVID-19 and other respiratory diseases reach a recent high, Alameda County’s health officials announce that the county’s transmission level has increased from the CDC’s “low” COVID-19 Community Level to “medium.”
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Hold onto your diamond swords and pickaxes because there is still more to be expected from the innovative campus student organization that brought us Minecraft Berkeley in 2021.
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Hold onto your diamond swords and pickaxes because there is still more to be expected from the innovative campus student organization that brought us Minecraft Berkeley in 2021.
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The Berkeley Forum gathered a panel of four speakers Thursday to discuss the impact of Silicon Valley and other Western technology industries on the Global South.
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The Berkeley Forum gathered a panel of four speakers Thursday to discuss the impact of Silicon Valley and other Western technology industries on the Global South.
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In order to finance UCDC, students can have their financial aid repackaged to cover a semester in Washington, apply for scholarships, save money from work or obtain a paid internship. 
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In order to finance UCDC, students can have their financial aid repackaged to cover a semester in Washington, apply for scholarships, save money from work or obtain a paid internship. 
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A research team led by UC Berkeley’s School of Education and other California institutions has received a $3 million federal grant to study post-pandemic learning recovery in California’s school system.
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A research team led by UC Berkeley’s School of Education and other California institutions has received a $3 million federal grant to study post-pandemic learning recovery in California’s school system.
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It is dystopian for a kid to bear the responsibility of other people’s biases and hatred, so, instead of sending thoughts and prayers, we must act to realize the things we pray for.
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It is dystopian for a kid to bear the responsibility of other people’s biases and hatred, so, instead of sending thoughts and prayers, we must act to realize the things we pray for.
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When an unregistered voter walks into the polling place at Anna Head Alumnae Hall, they are immediately greeted by a welcoming William Sutton. Sutton helps them to register, cast their ballot and even send a picture of their first voting experience home to mom by the time they walk out.
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When an unregistered voter walks into the polling place at Anna Head Alumnae Hall, they are immediately greeted by a welcoming William Sutton. Sutton helps them to register, cast their ballot and even send a picture of their first voting experience home to mom by the time they walk out.
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