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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 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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Excitement and anticipation turned into panic and disappointment Friday as swelling crowds for the Soulja Boy concert in Pauley Ballroom resulted in injury and an early shutdown.
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Excitement and anticipation turned into panic and disappointment Friday as swelling crowds for the Soulja Boy concert in Pauley Ballroom resulted in injury and an early shutdown.
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Since the strike ended, UAW 2865 and SRU-UAW members and leaders have disputed union election practices, strike strategy and the impact of their new labor contracts on their thousands of representees.
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Since the strike ended, UAW 2865 and SRU-UAW members and leaders have disputed union election practices, strike strategy and the impact of their new labor contracts on their thousands of representees.
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Catalytic converter thefts are becoming a growing problem in Berkeley, with incidents rising in number throughout the city. These valuable devices, which are located in the exhaust systems of vehicles, contain precious metals like platinum, palladium and rhodium.
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Catalytic converter thefts are becoming a growing problem in Berkeley, with incidents rising in number throughout the city. These valuable devices, which are located in the exhaust systems of vehicles, contain precious metals like platinum, palladium and rhodium.
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UCPD officers were notified of a possible deceased person inside a tent at People's Park on Tuesday at 12:08pm, according to UCPD Sergeant Jacob Westlie. Upon arrival, officers found the body of an unidentified man inside of a tent at the park and confirmed he was dead. 
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UCPD officers were notified of a possible deceased person inside a tent at People's Park on Tuesday at 12:08pm, according to UCPD Sergeant Jacob Westlie. Upon arrival, officers found the body of an unidentified man inside of a tent at the park and confirmed he was dead. 
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The December UC Board of Regents Health Services Committee meeting was disrupted within 5 minutes by UAW 2865 and SRU protesters.
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The December UC Board of Regents Health Services Committee meeting was disrupted within 5 minutes by UAW 2865 and SRU protesters.
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Multiple arrests were made following the disruption of the UC Board of Regents meeting by striking academic workers earlier this morning. This week marks the fifth week of the largest academic workers strike in U.S. history.
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Multiple arrests were made following the disruption of the UC Board of Regents meeting by striking academic workers earlier this morning. This week marks the fifth week of the largest academic workers strike in U.S. history.
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People’s Park has been a point of controversy within the Berkeley community as campus seeks to build housing on the park, while activists work to preserve it. But currently, the park is “chaos,” according to Nicholas Alexander, a resource coordinator who helps run the kitchen in the park.
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People’s Park has been a point of controversy within the Berkeley community as campus seeks to build housing on the park, while activists work to preserve it. But currently, the park is “chaos,” according to Nicholas Alexander, a resource coordinator who helps run the kitchen in the park.
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