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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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We must never overlook the responsibility of maintaining the well-being and safety of a crowd, just because of Soulja Boy and a little adrenaline.
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We must never overlook the responsibility of maintaining the well-being and safety of a crowd, just because of Soulja Boy and a little adrenaline.
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Even with the institutional protections I have as a professor, department leadership has not only ignored my appeal to address the racial climate that led to this incident, they have also sought to intimidate me into silence. 
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Even with the institutional protections I have as a professor, department leadership has not only ignored my appeal to address the racial climate that led to this incident, they have also sought to intimidate me into silence. 
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Tuesday afternoon, athletic director Jim Knowlton addressed the team and announced that the University would be parting ways with McKeever.
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Tuesday afternoon, athletic director Jim Knowlton addressed the team and announced that the University would be parting ways with McKeever.
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Although accommodations can make academic life much easier for disabled students, the process of receiving them often does not. 
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Although accommodations can make academic life much easier for disabled students, the process of receiving them often does not. 
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By analyzing the change in forest cover between 1985 and 2019, researchers found that forest cover change was 0.77 percent points higher each year for Indigenous tenured lands compared with those without tenure, signaling a steady decrease in deforestation after tenure.
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By analyzing the change in forest cover between 1985 and 2019, researchers found that forest cover change was 0.77 percent points higher each year for Indigenous tenured lands compared with those without tenure, signaling a steady decrease in deforestation after tenure.
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Combining an online platform with a theoretical model, research from the UC Berkeley department of environment science, policy and management shows that cooperation toward a shared goal between individuals in a community can lead to the sustainable use of a “common-pool resource,” a resource that is available to all despite its inherent scarcity. 
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Combining an online platform with a theoretical model, research from the UC Berkeley department of environment science, policy and management shows that cooperation toward a shared goal between individuals in a community can lead to the sustainable use of a “common-pool resource,” a resource that is available to all despite its inherent scarcity. 
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Maria Boone Cranor, co-founder of Black Diamond Equipment, UC Berkeley alumna and former instructor in the physics department at The University of Utah died from cancer at age 76 in her Salt Lake City home on Jan. 15, according to Berkeleyside. 
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Maria Boone Cranor, co-founder of Black Diamond Equipment, UC Berkeley alumna and former instructor in the physics department at The University of Utah died from cancer at age 76 in her Salt Lake City home on Jan. 15, according to Berkeleyside. 
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Jesse Arreguin recognizes social justice and activism as major goals for the city community. Key issues to be developed in 2023 include affordable housing, homelessness, public safety, budgeting, and infrastructure development.
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Jesse Arreguin recognizes social justice and activism as major goals for the city community. Key issues to be developed in 2023 include affordable housing, homelessness, public safety, budgeting, and infrastructure development.
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On Monday, scientists at UC Berkeley's Doudna Lab published research on a new system for targeting RNA sequences using clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats, or CRISPR, an adaptive immune system present in bacteria, paving the way for additional research and potential medical use.
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On Monday, scientists at UC Berkeley's Doudna Lab published research on a new system for targeting RNA sequences using clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats, or CRISPR, an adaptive immune system present in bacteria, paving the way for additional research and potential medical use.
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The carbon pricing oracle will allow companies to set an internal price for their social cost of carbon by accounting for social aspects, policy scenarios and economic factors, among other factors.
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The carbon pricing oracle will allow companies to set an internal price for their social cost of carbon by accounting for social aspects, policy scenarios and economic factors, among other factors.
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