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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Andrea Platten

Former Managing Editor

Andrea Platten is the fall 2016 and spring 2017 managing editor. She joined The Daily Californian staff in fall 2013 as a copy editor and served as the night editor for two semesters, during which time she endured myriad grammar-related existential crises. She joined the Daily Cal's news staff in summer 2015 and served as an assistant news editor in spring 2016.

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Conservative author Ann Coulter has been reinvited to speak at UC Berkeley on May 2 — an announcement made a day after news broke that the campus had postponed the event because of active security threats.
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Conservative author Ann Coulter has been reinvited to speak at UC Berkeley on May 2 — an announcement made a day after news broke that the campus had postponed the event because of active security threats.
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UC Berkeley administrators have proposed rescheduling Ann Coulter’s campus appearance for September, citing safety concerns.
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UC Berkeley administrators have proposed rescheduling Ann Coulter’s campus appearance for September, citing safety concerns.
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Tyann Sorrell received $1.7 million from the University of California to settle her sexual harassment lawsuit — a landmark payment resulting in one of the largest Title IX settlements in UC history.
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Tyann Sorrell received $1.7 million from the University of California to settle her sexual harassment lawsuit — a landmark payment resulting in one of the largest Title IX settlements in UC history.
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Two CalSERVE candidates, two Student Action candidates and an independent candidate won the five executive seats in the 2017 ASUC election, marking the first bipartisan executive branch since 2014.
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Two CalSERVE candidates, two Student Action candidates and an independent candidate won the five executive seats in the 2017 ASUC election, marking the first bipartisan executive branch since 2014.
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The Daily Californian will continually update this page as results for the 2017 ASUC general election come in. The tabulations ceremony begins at 7:30 p.m. Friday on Lower Sproul Plaza.
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The Daily Californian will continually update this page as results for the 2017 ASUC general election come in. The tabulations ceremony begins at 7:30 p.m. Friday on Lower Sproul Plaza.
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Forget the little stone bear in South Hall’s balcony railing. At UC Berkeley, there are two new subjects for a quick game of “I Spy” — a pair of rare peregrine falcons atop the Campanile.
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Forget the little stone bear in South Hall’s balcony railing. At UC Berkeley, there are two new subjects for a quick game of “I Spy” — a pair of rare peregrine falcons atop the Campanile.
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A male juvenile fell over a railing into Strawberry Creek on the Berkeley campus Sunday afternoon.
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A male juvenile fell over a railing into Strawberry Creek on the Berkeley campus Sunday afternoon.
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A sage subletter of mine once said, “Doing things the cheap way will always cost more in the end.” I should have heeded his words of wisdom — it would have saved me 600 bucks.
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A sage subletter of mine once said, “Doing things the cheap way will always cost more in the end.” I should have heeded his words of wisdom — it would have saved me 600 bucks.
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