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Chelsea Yogerst started in September as the Title IX coordinator and compliance officer for the Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, succeeding Dana Clark. [Read More]
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Four years ago, Yousef Moneer decided to leave his homeland of Yemen to live with his family in California and study at Fresno City College. [Read More]
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Russ Tilleman, a candidate for City Council's District 8 seat, alleged that his campaign posters were being illegally taken down from street lamp poles across... [Read More]
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Palm Açaí Café, an açaí bowl and smoothie store, opened Aug. 27 on College Avenue, replacing a storefront that had been empty for the past... [Read More]
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UC Berkeley students attended a city Planning Commission meeting Wednesday night to voice their support for the More Student Housing Now Resolution, and a motion... [Read More]
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The Bear's Lair, an on-campus restaurant at 2495 Bancroft Way, is expected to reopen in mid-September with a remodeled look, a new name and a... [Read More]
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issued by State Sen. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, and aimed at increasing affordable student housing - was passed by the State Legislature. [Read More]
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Berkeley City Councilmember Ben Bartlett referenced his position and discussed police officer salaries during an encounter with a cop in July. [Read More]
Previously, public sector unions received "fair share" fees from any worker who a union represented and was benefiting from union contracts. [Read More]
Lehmann will succeed Riess Potterveld, who has been president for five years, as the first rabbi to be GTU president, according to a GTU spokesperson. [Read More]
Super Duper Burgers will be opening on Telegraph Avenue on June 18, according to Ed Oñas, vice president of operations at Super Duper Burgers. [Read More]
The Temporary Protective Status Committee for Permanent Residency held a symposium for TPS recipients for LGBTQ+ individuals and their families. [Read More]
Venezuelan students at UC Berkeley organized an event Wednesday on Sproul Plaza in response to the recent Venezuelan humanitarian crisis. [Read More]
Three booths for ASUC election voting, established at three separate Greek houses, may have contributed to Student Action's majority win. [Read More]
The ASUC Judicial Council unanimously voted to accept ASUC Senator and CalSERVE presidential candidate Juniperangelica Cordova's plea deal Thursday night. [Read More]
Berkeley residents convened at the Berkeley Adult School for a community meeting about building housing at the North Berkeley BART station parking lot. [Read More]
As part of International Women's Day, Berkeley community members gathered to respond to the "international call" to speak out for women's rights. [Read More]
People hoping to buy new and used books and vinyl records will be sad to see that Mad Monk Center for Anachronistic Media is now... [Read More]
A scarcity of workers may be a major factor in the Bay Area's rising construction costs and the shortage of affordable housing, a UC Berkeley... [Read More]
California's earthquake early warning system could be defunded by the Trump administration if Congress does not vote to continue funding the alert system. [Read More]
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