Letters to the editor: Nov. 30

Ranked voting elections will solve problems abroad Your Nov. 27 editorial dovetails perfectly with Baruch Nutovic’s op-ed, “The hope for a lasting peace.” A decade ago this fall, a group of now-graduated students who met in a political science class were outraged by U.S. election failures and organized for Berkeley
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Letter to the editor: Nov. 16

Tuition supports financial aid  The Daily Californian’s Nov. 13 op-ed “Tuition rollbacks will not hurt financial aid” presents an inaccurate impression of financial aid assistance provided by UC Berkeley. A review of the facts makes clear that funds from tuition provide a critical source of funding for students receiving financial
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Letters to the editor: Week of Nov. 5

Halloween decoration was not racist at all Our country unfortunately has had a long and sad history of prejudice against African Americans. However, the recent allegation of racial prejudice against the Theta Delta Chi fraternity is unfounded and unacceptable in today’s society. TDC had a zombie that had been hung
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Letters to the editor: Week of Oct. 29

We need to support each other on campus As a young alumnus who still regularly reads The Daily Californian, I was really saddened when I read about the apparent suicide of Larkin Brogan. I did not know Larkin. I didn’t know who she was or what she was like, what
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Letters to the editor: Oct. 12

Officer causes unnecessary scene in Downtown Berkeley during event A small, quiet crowd gathered near Center Street and Shattuck Avenue in Berkeley on Sunday, Oct. 7, watching a group of artists sketch and fill in a large chalk representation of “The Last Supper,” a painting by Leonardo da Vinci of
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Letter to the editor: Week of Oct. 8

Walgreens engaging in unequal pricing tactics in city branches Walgreens has recently introduced the Balance Rewards program. Go get it, and let me explain why. How fair is it for two branches of the same store just blocks apart to sell the same items at drastically different prices? This is a practice that
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Letters to the editor: Week of Oct. 1

Proceeding with negotiations in good faith with AFSCME The University of California values all our employees, including those who clean, cook and care for the university. Changes to the university’s retirement benefits are meant to assure employees of affordable, sustainable health care and pension benefits throughout their retirement. The UC
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