How to write for the Daily Cal’s opinion section

Make your voice heard by writing an op-ed or letter to the editor

At The Daily Californian’s opinion section, we are constantly seeking writers to fill our pages with insightful commentary via op-eds and letters to the editor. Our goal is to provide a space where readers can express views on any relevant subject, respond to claims made in the paper or otherwise
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Daily Cal switches to Facebook platform for online commenting

Starting Friday, readers of The Daily Californian will be able to comment on our online content through Facebook. The Facebook Comments Box will replace Disqus, our current commenting platform, which we implemented in spring 2011 when we switched our website to a WordPress content management system. The new system requires
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Seth Rosenfeld (Kelly Fang/Senior Staff)

‘Who were the real Subversives?’

Daily Cal alumnus Seth Rosenfeld discusses new book on FBI involvement in Free Speech Movement at Berkeley

Seth Rosenfeld, author of the newly released book “Subversives: The FBI’s War on Student Radicals and Reagan’s Rise to Power,” spoke at UC Berkeley Wednesday evening to discuss his new book in which he reveals the “secret history” of the FBI’s involvement on the Berkeley campus in the 1960s.
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View from lobby looking toward the elevators in 600 Eshleman Hall. (Stephanie Baer/Senior Staff)

Thanks for the memories

Future generations of Daily Cal staffers will never know 600 Eshleman. They will never know the sunsets on the 6th floor balcony. They will never know the bulky wooden typewriter desks that decades of editors signed on the last night of production.
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