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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JUNE 02, 2023

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‘ottoy, a restaurant launched by Cafe Ohlone, opened Wednesday at UC Berkeley’s Hearst Museum of Anthropology.
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‘ottoy, a restaurant launched by Cafe Ohlone, opened Wednesday at UC Berkeley’s Hearst Museum of Anthropology.
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In order to understand the gravity of Cafe Ohlone’s reopening, the UC Berkeley community must fully grasp the Hearst Museum’s problematic past.
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In order to understand the gravity of Cafe Ohlone’s reopening, the UC Berkeley community must fully grasp the Hearst Museum’s problematic past.
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However you approach environmentalism — and even if you haven’t approached it at all yet — you should enroll in a class on sustainability.
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However you approach environmentalism — and even if you haven’t approached it at all yet — you should enroll in a class on sustainability.
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UC Berkeley is home to more than 20 libraries sprawled across campus — large and small, known by many and known by few. When it comes to which is best, it’s difficult for Doe Memorial Library to not come out on top.
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UC Berkeley is home to more than 20 libraries sprawled across campus — large and small, known by many and known by few. When it comes to which is best, it’s difficult for Doe Memorial Library to not come out on top.
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The complicated legacy of Alfred Kroeber will no longer be honored on a campus building after UC Berkeley denamed Kroeber Hall, a decision that has drawn both praise and criticism.
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The complicated legacy of Alfred Kroeber will no longer be honored on a campus building after UC Berkeley denamed Kroeber Hall, a decision that has drawn both praise and criticism.
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UC Berkeley archaeologists and anthropologists, in conjunction with California State Parks and the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band, are conducting a project in the Quiroste Valley in the Santa Cruz Mountains to uncover ancient tribal practices and create better land management techniques.
UC Berkeley archaeologists and anthropologists, in conjunction with California State Parks and the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band, are conducting a project in the Quiroste Valley in the Santa Cruz Mountains to uncover ancient tribal practices and create better land management techniques.
James Nelson Anderson, a UC Berkeley Professor Emeritus in social and cultural anthropology, passed away last month at the age of 84.
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James Nelson Anderson, a UC Berkeley Professor Emeritus in social and cultural anthropology, passed away last month at the age of 84.
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This month, eight UC Berkeley faculty were selected as recipients of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation fellowships, a grant awarded to honor established academics, artists and scholars as well as provide resources to further their work.
This month, eight UC Berkeley faculty were selected as recipients of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation fellowships, a grant awarded to honor established academics, artists and scholars as well as provide resources to further their work.