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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

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As an institution of both higher learning and world-class research, UC Berkeley has had a long history of engaging in research efforts with professionals from around the world.
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As an institution of both higher learning and world-class research, UC Berkeley has had a long history of engaging in research efforts with professionals from around the world.
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Conservative commentator Matt Walsh held a presentation Thursday, drawing peaceful protesters outside the Martin Luther King Jr. Building. 
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Conservative commentator Matt Walsh held a presentation Thursday, drawing peaceful protesters outside the Martin Luther King Jr. Building. 
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A letter signed by 14 UC Berkeley professors calls for a restoration of free speech values at universities and other academic institutions across the world.
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A letter signed by 14 UC Berkeley professors calls for a restoration of free speech values at universities and other academic institutions across the world.
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A study published last month by UC Berkeley Public Health researchers found that access to public restrooms reduces reports of public defecation, especially in neighborhoods with people that experience houselessness.
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A study published last month by UC Berkeley Public Health researchers found that access to public restrooms reduces reports of public defecation, especially in neighborhoods with people that experience houselessness.
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A string of small earthquakes around the Bay Area in recent weeks has only prompted more concern among residents. Though each was barely noticeable, some worry it could be a precursor to huge movement on the San Andreas Fault, now nearly 100 years overdue.
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A string of small earthquakes around the Bay Area in recent weeks has only prompted more concern among residents. Though each was barely noticeable, some worry it could be a precursor to huge movement on the San Andreas Fault, now nearly 100 years overdue.
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Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky spoke about the Supreme Court in a livestreamed Campus Conversations event Monday.
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Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky spoke about the Supreme Court in a livestreamed Campus Conversations event Monday.
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32 years after the passage of the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, or NAGPRA, UC Berkeley has repatriated 1,000 of approximately 10,000 Indigenous remains.
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32 years after the passage of the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, or NAGPRA, UC Berkeley has repatriated 1,000 of approximately 10,000 Indigenous remains.
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On a hot Sunday at People’s Park, a construction bulldozer sits on patchy grass, wrapped in blue and gold tarp. A swing hangs from its arm.
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On a hot Sunday at People’s Park, a construction bulldozer sits on patchy grass, wrapped in blue and gold tarp. A swing hangs from its arm.
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Community members gathered at People’s Park on Sunday to honor the trees that were cut down during the first day of UC Berkeley’s student housing construction operation on the park on Aug. 3.
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Community members gathered at People’s Park on Sunday to honor the trees that were cut down during the first day of UC Berkeley’s student housing construction operation on the park on Aug. 3.
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Campus spokesperson Dan Mogulof discussed the recent People’s Park developments with People's Park Historic District Advocacy Group President Harvey Smith and Berkeleyside housing and homelessness reporter Supriya Yelimeli in a KQED forum Wednesday morning.
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Campus spokesperson Dan Mogulof discussed the recent People’s Park developments with People's Park Historic District Advocacy Group President Harvey Smith and Berkeleyside housing and homelessness reporter Supriya Yelimeli in a KQED forum Wednesday morning.
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