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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

Take a look at our 2022 midterm elections special issue!

Alexandra Yoon-Hendricks

Managing Editor

Alexandra Yoon-Hendricks was the managing editor for fall 2017 and spring 2018. Before that, she the city news editor for fall 2016. Alex has also served as an assistant news editor, a graphic artist and a lead business and economy reporter. She joined the Daily Cal in spring 2015 as a news reporter.

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In Berkeley, there is no greater display of this tremendous combination of civic passion and neighborly responsibility than at 11 p.m. on a Tuesday night
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In Berkeley, there is no greater display of this tremendous combination of civic passion and neighborly responsibility than at 11 p.m. on a Tuesday night
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Sliver, until recently, claimed on its website to have given monthly “financial and/or moral” donations to at least three anti-human trafficking organizations. Two of these nonprofits, however, have not received donations in at least four years, and one of these nonprofits — Not For Sale, an international San Francisco-based nonprofit — has no record of any donations by Sliver.
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Sliver, until recently, claimed on its website to have given monthly “financial and/or moral” donations to at least three anti-human trafficking organizations. Two of these nonprofits, however, have not received donations in at least four years, and one of these nonprofits — Not For Sale, an international San Francisco-based nonprofit — has no record of any donations by Sliver.
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DEADLINE EXTENDED: We want to know about the beginnings and the ends. Tell us what you’ve learned, what you’ve loved and why — or if — you’re ready to say goodbye to all that.
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DEADLINE EXTENDED: We want to know about the beginnings and the ends. Tell us what you’ve learned, what you’ve loved and why — or if — you’re ready to say goodbye to all that.
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UC Berkeley labs commit time, energy and federal funding to answering the most important climate questions of the day. City Council members and community members experiment with and argue over innovative ideas to make Berkeley more environmentally conscious. Students are protesting in the city and abroad, fighting for change on the ground.
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UC Berkeley labs commit time, energy and federal funding to answering the most important climate questions of the day. City Council members and community members experiment with and argue over innovative ideas to make Berkeley more environmentally conscious. Students are protesting in the city and abroad, fighting for change on the ground.
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I think if I am a grammar symbol, I am the most humble one: the hyphen.
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I think if I am a grammar symbol, I am the most humble one: the hyphen.
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The night’s results mark a major victory for Student Action, which won all the executive seats it campaigned for, and a tough loss for CalSERVE, with only party member Nuha Khalfay managing to secure a spot in the executive office.
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The night’s results mark a major victory for Student Action, which won all the executive seats it campaigned for, and a tough loss for CalSERVE, with only party member Nuha Khalfay managing to secure a spot in the executive office.
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This elections season, there were three presidential candidates, two executive vice president candidates, two external affairs vice president candidates, two academic affairs vice president candidates, two student advocate candidates and 37 ASUC Senate candidates on the ballot.
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This elections season, there were three presidential candidates, two executive vice president candidates, two external affairs vice president candidates, two academic affairs vice president candidates, two student advocate candidates and 37 ASUC Senate candidates on the ballot.
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