Reprint: It’s your newspaper now

The following is a reprint of The Daily Californian’s editorial, published 40 years ago tomorrow, declaring independence from the university after months of conflict surrounding a controversial editorial the paper published about People’s Park. Tuesday, September 28,1971 It’s Your Newspaper Now The Daily Californian is now an independent newspaper. We
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It’s still your newspaper

Four decades ago, The Daily Californian published an editorial that sparked a heated controversy and prompted its Publishers Board to attempt to bring its publication to a halt. The possibility of the students’ voice being silenced was real, and the editor in chief asserted at the time that it “seriously
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Daily Cal now has more than 4,000 Twitter followers

As of today, our main Twitter account (@dailycal) has more than 4,000 followers, signaling progress in our push into the digital age. In August, we were the only college newspaper to jump more than one place in the top 25 rankings of number of twitter followers, according to data compiled
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Ask the Daily Cal: Recruitment

On Thursday, Sept. 1, Development Editor Matthew Putzulu and Editor in Chief and President Tomer Ovadia answered questions about the Daily Cal application process. Below is a transcript of the live chat. Matthew Putzulu: Hey everyone—Welcome to our special “Ask the Daily Cal” regarding hiring! My name is Matthew Putzulu, and
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Remembering Sept. 11

Next Sunday will mark 10 years since Sept. 11, 2001 — 10 years since the attacks in New York and at the Pentagon took the lives of 3,000 Americans and altered our culture, our policies and our perspectives. The Daily Californian will be running special features in print and online,
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Daily Cal decreases website font size

In case you haven’t noticed, yesterday we decreased the size of the font you see in the text of our articles. We feel this gives it a more accessible and appealing look. While we were partly spurred to make the change as a result of comments from readers, we could
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Daily Cal changes online comment policy

After much reflection over the degree of freedom we should give our website viewers to comment on our posts, our Senior Editorial Board has decided to allow readers to comment without registering an email address. This new policy, implemented today, returns us to the policy we had for our old
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Summer publication

Today’s issue was the last one of our spring publication cycle. Next week marks the beginning of our summer publication cycle. In spring and fall, we publish print editions on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday; we are online-only on Wednesday. In summer, we publish print editions on Monday and Thursday,
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