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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Amber Tang

Amber Tang was the spring 2019 university news editor. She joined The Daily Californian in spring 2017 as a news reporter and was a student life beat reporter in fall 2017, lead higher education beat reporter in fall 2018 and senior reporter in fall 2019. She served as a deputy news editor in spring 2018 and on the editorial board in fall 2019 and spring 2020.

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As an underclassman, it was easy to brush off the idea of graduating as a distant concept, surely not yet applicable to me.
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As an underclassman, it was easy to brush off the idea of graduating as a distant concept, surely not yet applicable to me.
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Every award-winning journalist started off somewhere. For New Yorker staff writer Margaret Talbot, that place was The Daily Californian, which she affectionately calls the “training ground” for her successful journalism career.
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Every award-winning journalist started off somewhere. For New Yorker staff writer Margaret Talbot, that place was The Daily Californian, which she affectionately calls the “training ground” for her successful journalism career.
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In the last three years, at least 10 different boba, or bubble tea, shops have opened near the UC Berkeley campus — yet the exponential rise of these popular, sweetened teas has elicited a slew of controversy from students and community members.
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In the last three years, at least 10 different boba, or bubble tea, shops have opened near the UC Berkeley campus — yet the exponential rise of these popular, sweetened teas has elicited a slew of controversy from students and community members.
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Ann Coulter is scheduled to speak on the UC Berkeley campus, two and a half years after withdrawing her controversial campus speech amid safety concerns.
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Ann Coulter is scheduled to speak on the UC Berkeley campus, two and a half years after withdrawing her controversial campus speech amid safety concerns.
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A judge denied a streamlined approval process for the construction of a mixed-use housing complex on the West Berkeley Shellmound.
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A judge denied a streamlined approval process for the construction of a mixed-use housing complex on the West Berkeley Shellmound.
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The California State Legislature recently passed AB 1487, which could change the way local governments in the Bay Area finance affordable housing.
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The California State Legislature recently passed AB 1487, which could change the way local governments in the Bay Area finance affordable housing.
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In an effort to disrupt immigration authorities’ tech talent pipeline, more than 1,400 students are vowing not to work for Silicon Valley software giant Palantir until the company cancels its contracts with Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, or ICE.
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In an effort to disrupt immigration authorities’ tech talent pipeline, more than 1,400 students are vowing not to work for Silicon Valley software giant Palantir until the company cancels its contracts with Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, or ICE.
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A UC Berkeley student reported that she had been sexually assaulted while at a fraternity early Sunday morning.
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A UC Berkeley student reported that she had been sexually assaulted while at a fraternity early Sunday morning.
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Berkeley was hit by 14 robberies this past week, with stolen items ranging from a flashlight to a tricycle, according to a Nixle alert released Tuesday.
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Berkeley was hit by 14 robberies this past week, with stolen items ranging from a flashlight to a tricycle, according to a Nixle alert released Tuesday.
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ASUC President Alexander Wilfert issued an emergency executive order Friday afternoon in an attempt to quickly fill the vacancies brought about by a flurry of resignations from the Elections and Judicial councils.
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ASUC President Alexander Wilfert issued an emergency executive order Friday afternoon in an attempt to quickly fill the vacancies brought about by a flurry of resignations from the Elections and Judicial councils.
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