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BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 24, 2023

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On campus and in our classes, other students like me feel like minorities. Yet, when we come to Rochdale Village, we have a space to call our own.
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On campus and in our classes, other students like me feel like minorities. Yet, when we come to Rochdale Village, we have a space to call our own.
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“Every time a tenant moves out, the landlords can raise the rent or whatever they want,” Berkeley’s Rent Stabilization Board chair Leah Simon-Weisberg said. “Ever since then, it just goes up and up.”
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“Every time a tenant moves out, the landlords can raise the rent or whatever they want,” Berkeley’s Rent Stabilization Board chair Leah Simon-Weisberg said. “Ever since then, it just goes up and up.”
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The UC Office of the President, or UCOP, announced its appointee for senior vice president of External Relations and Communications on Wednesday, a decision approved by the UC Board of Regents.
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The UC Office of the President, or UCOP, announced its appointee for senior vice president of External Relations and Communications on Wednesday, a decision approved by the UC Board of Regents.
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More than $667 million in federal funding will support local affordable housing programs and projects across California, as announced Thursday by U.S. Sen. Alex Padilla, D-California. The city of Berkeley is receiving about $2.7 million of the funding. 
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More than $667 million in federal funding will support local affordable housing programs and projects across California, as announced Thursday by U.S. Sen. Alex Padilla, D-California. The city of Berkeley is receiving about $2.7 million of the funding. 
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As a result of COVID-19 concerns, Alameda County will request a waiver to not conduct its biennial, federally mandated count of homeless residents this year.
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As a result of COVID-19 concerns, Alameda County will request a waiver to not conduct its biennial, federally mandated count of homeless residents this year.
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Surrounded by a pile of tattered backpacks, Kelly Johnson squints against the sun’s glare as he recollects the years spent searching for a home.
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Surrounded by a pile of tattered backpacks, Kelly Johnson squints against the sun’s glare as he recollects the years spent searching for a home.
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Nearly 250 volunteers spread out in 33 different locations throughout Alameda County for the county’s biennial homeless count, Wednesday morning.
Nearly 250 volunteers spread out in 33 different locations throughout Alameda County for the county’s biennial homeless count, Wednesday morning.