Safety patrol program encourages preventative approach

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Your Aug. 24 article titled “Berkeley police patrol to increase Southside presence to address party-related complaints” quoted Berkeley City Councilmember Kriss Worthington as saying, “some people are more worried about parties, but I’m more worried about my constituents getting assaulted.” The article also wrote that Worthington hoped Berkeley Police Department
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Fossil Free UC faculty letter aims to build consensus

A recent Daily Cal op-ed written by professor Kirk Smith calls out Fossil Free UC’s current faculty letter supporting the University of California’s divestment from fossil fuels as not adequately addressing global health effects from air pollution and as being too vague in its censure of fossil fuel corporations. We
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Bowles Hall renovation article needs contextualization

As the prospective housemaster of Bowles Hall Residential College, I write to provide some needed context to the generally accurate and welcome April 10 article on the hall’s renovation, “Bonds, fundraising bonds.” While the article refers to the “privatization of Bowles Hall,” it is hard to see any genuine “privatizing”
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Editorial against SB 66 opposes campaign rights

In its article “BAMN unfairly threatened legal action against ASUC senators” the Daily Cal Senior Editorial Board opposed the vote by the ASUC Senate that defended freedom of speech protections during the ASUC elections. In their editorial board position, they chose to join some senators in arguing in support of the
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