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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 18, 2023

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Cal (3-4) took on USC (6-2) in its fifth Pac-12 competition of the season on Saturday afternoon. In a high-scoring heartbreaker for fans, the Bears lost 50-49.
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Cal (3-4) took on USC (6-2) in its fifth Pac-12 competition of the season on Saturday afternoon. In a high-scoring heartbreaker for fans, the Bears lost 50-49.
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The protesters gathered to commemorate the 51st anniversary of the declaration of martial law in the Philippines by dictator Ferdinand Marcos and fight against continued state repression.
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The protesters gathered to commemorate the 51st anniversary of the declaration of martial law in the Philippines by dictator Ferdinand Marcos and fight against continued state repression.
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During the game fans participated in coordinated cheers, shouting “Sell the team!” and “Stay in Oakland!” for the duration of the first at-bat of every inning.
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During the game fans participated in coordinated cheers, shouting “Sell the team!” and “Stay in Oakland!” for the duration of the first at-bat of every inning.
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To commemorate music’s transformative ability to preserve and promote free speech, here are five songs curated by the arts editors.
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To commemorate music’s transformative ability to preserve and promote free speech, here are five songs curated by the arts editors.
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In democracies around the world and especially in the United States, real grassroots movements spark change in Congress — not on the face of the “Mona Lisa.”
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In democracies around the world and especially in the United States, real grassroots movements spark change in Congress — not on the face of the “Mona Lisa.”
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Although campus is actively finding a financial compromise, there is a degree of uncertainty that nevertheless looms for what the future of libraries looks like at UC Berkeley.
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Although campus is actively finding a financial compromise, there is a degree of uncertainty that nevertheless looms for what the future of libraries looks like at UC Berkeley.
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Although we are new to the game, we are determined, fast learners — we aim for a free China.
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Although we are new to the game, we are determined, fast learners — we aim for a free China.
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Ultimately, no matter the city’s work to provide supportive housing for residents of People’s Park, the park’s decades worth of history and culture will not be preserved.
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Ultimately, no matter the city’s work to provide supportive housing for residents of People’s Park, the park’s decades worth of history and culture will not be preserved.
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