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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 08, 2023

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Tenants in the cities of Berkeley and Oakland have struggled to afford housing as a result of high-security deposits that present a high initial barrier to renting. 
Tenants in the cities of Berkeley and Oakland have struggled to afford housing as a result of high-security deposits that present a high initial barrier to renting. 
On Jan. 17, the University of California’s Office of the Chief Investment Officer of the Regents, or UC Investments, announced a partnership with the Toigo Foundation to fund 20 fellowships for UC graduate students.
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On Jan. 17, the University of California’s Office of the Chief Investment Officer of the Regents, or UC Investments, announced a partnership with the Toigo Foundation to fund 20 fellowships for UC graduate students.
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More than 100 cyclists rode down Hopkins Street in support of bike lanes and street safety in the city of Berkeley.
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More than 100 cyclists rode down Hopkins Street in support of bike lanes and street safety in the city of Berkeley.
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The state of California, Alameda County, and the city of Oakland have declared states of emergency in response to the recent and upcoming storms. Michael Wehner, a senior scientist in the applied math and computational sciences division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, says the intensity of these storms can be attributed to climate change.
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The state of California, Alameda County, and the city of Oakland have declared states of emergency in response to the recent and upcoming storms. Michael Wehner, a senior scientist in the applied math and computational sciences division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, says the intensity of these storms can be attributed to climate change.
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A power outage in Berkeley affected 5,066 PG&E customers Wednesday evening, according to PG&E spokesperson J.D. Guidi.
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A power outage in Berkeley affected 5,066 PG&E customers Wednesday evening, according to PG&E spokesperson J.D. Guidi.
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Undergraduate students rallied in support of the ongoing academic worker strike at 3 p.m. Friday in front of the Campanile before marching to UC President Michael Drake’s house in the Berkeley Hills
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Undergraduate students rallied in support of the ongoing academic worker strike at 3 p.m. Friday in front of the Campanile before marching to UC President Michael Drake’s house in the Berkeley Hills
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A dreamy haze fell over Oakland’s Fox Theater on Nov. 8 when Arden Jones took the stage as an opener for Chelsea Cutler’s “When I Close My Eyes” tour. 
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A dreamy haze fell over Oakland’s Fox Theater on Nov. 8 when Arden Jones took the stage as an opener for Chelsea Cutler’s “When I Close My Eyes” tour. 
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A male bicyclist in his 20s was transported to Highland Hospital in Oakland after being struck by a driver at the intersection of Hearst Avenue and Euclid Avenue around 8 p.m. Tuesday night.
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A male bicyclist in his 20s was transported to Highland Hospital in Oakland after being struck by a driver at the intersection of Hearst Avenue and Euclid Avenue around 8 p.m. Tuesday night.
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A vigil was held Tuesday for William Evans, who was killed by a truck driver while crossing Bancroft Way at Shattuck Avenue in his wheelchair.  
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A vigil was held Tuesday for William Evans, who was killed by a truck driver while crossing Bancroft Way at Shattuck Avenue in his wheelchair.  
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John Myers, a professor emeritus at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, died Oct. 14 in Oakland, California at the age of 89.
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John Myers, a professor emeritus at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, died Oct. 14 in Oakland, California at the age of 89.
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