Daily Cal’s additional day of print fares poorly in summer

Paper will print on Mondays, Thursdays until beginning of fall semester

Next week, The Daily Californian will return to producing two papers a week for the remainder of the summer. At the beginning of June, we increased our days of print from two to three in an attempt to bring in incremental revenue to offset a multitude of fixed costs —
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Daily Cal redesigns homepage

Here at The Daily Californian, we’re constantly seeking new ways to better serve our readers. On Tuesday, we launched a new redesign of our homepage, tailored to present more content above the fold and allow for more customization in the way we feature articles.
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Daily Cal to increase print days over summer

Paper to come out Monday, Tuesday and Thursday starting June 4

Summer is traditionally the most difficult time of the year for The Daily Californian. With just two print editions a week, advertising revenue goes down, fewer students stick around to produce the paper, and readers see our print product less frequently. But we still have a multitude of fixed costs
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We couldn’t have done it without you

The Daily Californian staff was thrilled to hear Friday afternoon that the ASUC Judicial Council ruled in favor of the V.O.I.C.E. Initiative, ending weeks of uncertainty about the future of the newspaper. The referendum process proved to be a much more taxing battle than we could have foreseen, yet because
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The high cost of independence

Daily Cal response to V.O.I.C.E. executive order

At 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, we met with ASUC President Vishalli Loomba and Graduate Assembly President Bahar Navab regarding an issue that had just come up. Six hours later, Loomba issued an executive order invalidating the V.O.I.C.E. Initiative, a referendum asking students whether or not they approve of a $2 fee
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We need your help

For 141 years, this paper has been a regular fixture on campus, informing students of the most important issues affecting our community. Starting today, students will head to the polls to vote on whether a $2 semesterly fee is worth sustaining The Daily Californian for five years, in the most
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