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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 18, 2023

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Temperatures soared to the triple digits across the country this week, yet the Bay Area experienced a temperate week in the 70s.
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Temperatures soared to the triple digits across the country this week, yet the Bay Area experienced a temperate week in the 70s.
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A variety of genes connected to a longer lifespan can be found in rockfish genome, according to a new study from UC Berkeley researchers. 
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A variety of genes connected to a longer lifespan can be found in rockfish genome, according to a new study from UC Berkeley researchers. 
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If you find Berkeley’s constant battle between heatwave and frigidity to be tiresome, Hawaii delights with 80-degree weather forecasts and rainbows galore.
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If you find Berkeley’s constant battle between heatwave and frigidity to be tiresome, Hawaii delights with 80-degree weather forecasts and rainbows galore.
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What do illegal camping, bilingual sailing lessons and Robert Kennedy have in common? They each could be your path to a future university professorship — or, at least, they each were part of a UC Berkeley faculty member's road to success.
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What do illegal camping, bilingual sailing lessons and Robert Kennedy have in common? They each could be your path to a future university professorship — or, at least, they each were part of a UC Berkeley faculty member's road to success.
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When I see her now, I feel as though I’m looking at an imposter. This woman took the place of the mom that I had — the one I felt entitled to.
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When I see her now, I feel as though I’m looking at an imposter. This woman took the place of the mom that I had — the one I felt entitled to.
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Summer break is a time for ambitious social plans and tons of fun, especially if you’re vacationing in Orange County.
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Summer break is a time for ambitious social plans and tons of fun, especially if you’re vacationing in Orange County.
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As of June 6, 149 birds and 72 mammals were reported dead after a pipeline along the Santa Barbara coast burst May 19 and polluted miles of beaches and reserves with crude oil, including a natural reserve owned by the University of California, according to the most recent status report from the oil spill responders.
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As of June 6, 149 birds and 72 mammals were reported dead after a pipeline along the Santa Barbara coast burst May 19 and polluted miles of beaches and reserves with crude oil, including a natural reserve owned by the University of California, according to the most recent status report from the oil spill responders.
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There’s a stretch of highway reaching through the Santa Cruz mountains down to the coast that I find myself returning to each summer like clockwork. California Highway 9 winds through redwood forests and hugs steep drops into the San Lorenzo Valley, spanning a number of miles leading through tiny towns and campsites into downtown Santa Cruz and the vast expanse of the Pacific.
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There’s a stretch of highway reaching through the Santa Cruz mountains down to the coast that I find myself returning to each summer like clockwork. California Highway 9 winds through redwood forests and hugs steep drops into the San Lorenzo Valley, spanning a number of miles leading through tiny towns and campsites into downtown Santa Cruz and the vast expanse of the Pacific.
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