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How to leave your mark

We are standing at the edge of an abyss. The abyss is graduation. The abyss is the postgraduation job search. The abyss is phone calls and emails and job fairs and LinkedIn. But most of all, the abyss is a simple question: Can I do it? Last fall, I decided
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CalTV Comedy crafts original sketches for online station

A group of four students walks down Dwight Avenue, west-bound.  Between them, they carry two cameras, PVC pipes, multiple shopping bags, and a flurry of costumes.  Rain starts to fall. As others on the street take out their umbrellas and seek shelter indoors, these four are unaffected by the adverse
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V.O.I.C.E. Initiative follows national college newspaper trend

Following a national trend of college newspapers turning to student fee referendums to ease tight budgets, The Daily Californian has campaigned for a student fee to support the newspaper’s print operations and expand its online presence. College newspapers across the country have requested student fees to support their operations —
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CalTV staffer files charges against Daily Cal fee referendum

Charges were filed against The Daily Californian’s fee referendum campaign Sunday, two days before students will begin voting in the 2012 ASUC general election. CalTV Director of Business, Advertising and Marketing Elizabeth Kopaskie filed a formal charge sheet against the Daily Cal’s V.O.I.C.E. Initiative. The charges cite multiple alleged campaign
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Daily Cal fee referendum placed on ASUC election ballot

UC Berkeley students will vote this April during the 2012 ASUC general election on whether to approve a student fee to support The Daily Californian. The ASUC Senate voted Wednesday night to put the V.O.I.C.E. Initiative before students asking whether they support a $2 per semester student fee to help
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Proposed campus publications fee referendum shifts to Daily Cal-only

A perceived lack of financial transparency from The Daily Californian has led to criticism from other campus media groups as the newspaper works to place a referendum on the spring 2012 ASUC general election ballot to help close its estimated $200,000 annual budget deficit. Under the original V.O.I.C.E. Initiative proposed
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