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Vote no on Proposition 11

You may not have heard of Proposition 11. Or, if you have, it sounds like a no-brainer, an easy “yes” to mark on your ballot on election day. The California Official Voter Information Guide states that Prop. 11 will require “hourly employees to take work breaks for meals and rest,
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Vote yes on Measure R

Many of us are aware of the increasing threat of climate change that faces our planet. In Berkeley, in our classes and in our community, we often discuss sustainability and renewable energy and we push for environmentally friendly initiatives with a grand goal of protecting the earth — but what
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From science policy to local issues: Reasons to vote on Nov. 6

Berkeley has a long and storied history of political activism. From the Free Speech Movement and anti-war movement of the ‘60s to the turbulent protests over the last 20 months, UC Berkeley students consistently stand at the forefront of our national political debate. Despite this, when it comes to actual
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Nobel laureates need to reflect diversity of STEM fields

This year, UC Berkeley welcomed Frances Arnold (chemistry), James Allison (physiology and medicine) and Paul Romer (economics) to its ranks of Nobel laureates. With the third-highest number of Nobel laureates in the world, UC Berkeley now has 107 individuals formerly or currently associated with the university who have received the
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Berkeley Health Report lacks data on LGBTQ+, immigrant communities

The city of Berkeley recently completed the 2018 Health Status Report, assessing a broad range of data to better understand the social inequities of health conditions affecting our community, assess prevention efforts and identify emerging health threats. This information is crucial because if we can better understand not just the
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Cal students need to vote in the November election

I’m a UC Berkeley alumna, and I have a favor to ask of all my fellow Golden Bears — this November, when the voting polls open, be there to take collective action. Be there to vote. As a UC Berkeley student, you’re either returning to or arriving at one of
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Students must mobilize to support equitable clean energy

UC Berkeley students can play a most immediate and hugely impactful nationwide role by reaching out to fellow students, parents and friends both across California and across the country to highlight how doubling down on equitable clean energy projects offers a rare and genuine win-win at a time when the country is more divided than ever.
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