BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 04, 2022

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Berkeley Police Department officers responded to reports of gunfire at the 3100 block of San Pablo Avenue on April 7. 
Berkeley City Council members and city residents gathered Thursday to discuss issues surrounding city development and police transparency during a regularly-scheduled council meeting. 
The Journal of Right-Wing Studies launched on Friday to formalize right-wing studies, to provide a platform and support researchers in the field and to fill the gap in right-wing research.
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Cal came out of the locker room guns blazing. In the first half, Stanford was the one applying the pressure and controlling possession. In the first ten minutes of the second half, however, it looked as if Cal was the ranked team, as it had Stanford on its heels.

The Bears put up a fight, but the Cougars simply played a better game. On almost every front, Cougar stats were overwhelmingly above Cal’s, and their productivity followed suit.
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We need to continue raising our voices and demand the city follows through with a car-free Telegraph.

After a presentation of the recommendations to the BPCRB chair, Alvarez codified the work and implemented the policy manual revision.

A string of small earthquakes around the Bay Area in recent weeks has only prompted more concern among residents. Though each was barely noticeable, some worry it could be a precursor to huge movement on the San Andreas Fault, now nearly 100 years overdue.
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The one thing that always seems to brighten up my mood is an upbeat playlist. What I love is that it helps me forget about looming deadlines and tests.

Establishing a positive relationship with food and creating a routine around grocery shopping has allowed me to apply that same way of thinking into other aspects of my life. Instead of second guessing every decision I make based on others’ opinions, I remind myself that I know myself better than anyone else, therefore I’m equipped to make the choices that are best for me. 

I’ve always had a morbid fascination with cults. Their manipulation tactics and psychology have been at the forefront of many late-night Wikipedia rabbit holes.

If you’re looking for a way to fully immerse yourself into fall, The Daily Clog is here to help. This week's A-Z date ideas in the Bay Area is a fall-filled day!

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