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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Chloe Hunt

Former editor in chief and president

Chloe Hunt was the 2014-15 editor in chief and president of the Daily Californian. She previously served on the senior editorial board as the blog editor for two semesters. She also covered student government and crime.

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The Occupy Cal protests in fall 2011 were our induction to UC Berkeley. We saw thousands of people gather on Sproul Plaza to listen to UC Berkeley public policy professor and former U.S. Secretary of Labor Robert Reich speak. We saw marches in the streets.
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The Occupy Cal protests in fall 2011 were our induction to UC Berkeley. We saw thousands of people gather on Sproul Plaza to listen to UC Berkeley public policy professor and former U.S. Secretary of Labor Robert Reich speak. We saw marches in the streets.
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Over the last two, three, four, five or six years, we’ve all gone from confused, excited, nervous students to confused, excited, nervous graduates. I have found people to love, and they love me back. I have worked hard be here today, and you did, too.
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Over the last two, three, four, five or six years, we’ve all gone from confused, excited, nervous students to confused, excited, nervous graduates. I have found people to love, and they love me back. I have worked hard be here today, and you did, too.
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What did college mean to you? Who or what defined it? Submit your response below by March 29 — write a poem, a story, a monologue – or whatever form works best.
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What did college mean to you? Who or what defined it? Submit your response below by March 29 — write a poem, a story, a monologue – or whatever form works best.
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The Daily Californian is concerned by the ASUC Senate’s decision to send three bills, including a bill titled “Upholding Financial Accountability of the Daily Californian and the VOICE Referendum,” to a senate committee, despite the fact the text of the bills have not been made public.
The Daily Californian is concerned by the ASUC Senate’s decision to send three bills, including a bill titled “Upholding Financial Accountability of the Daily Californian and the VOICE Referendum,” to a senate committee, despite the fact the text of the bills have not been made public.
The Daily Californian is committed to providing accurate and fair coverage. In the case of the piece “Amazing moments from Berkeley Project day” by Linsha Qi, we failed to meet our journalistic standard of responsibility due to an undisclosed conflict of interest.
The Daily Californian is committed to providing accurate and fair coverage. In the case of the piece “Amazing moments from Berkeley Project day” by Linsha Qi, we failed to meet our journalistic standard of responsibility due to an undisclosed conflict of interest.
The Daily Californian was honored Saturday with 21 awards for its work in 2014 by the California College Media Association, including 11 first place awards. The Daily Cal placed first in all three news content categories, including winning best breaking news, best non-breaking news and best feature story.
The Daily Californian was honored Saturday with 21 awards for its work in 2014 by the California College Media Association, including 11 first place awards. The Daily Cal placed first in all three news content categories, including winning best breaking news, best non-breaking news and best feature story.
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An email leaked to The Daily Californian shows Adam Milstein requested that pro-Israel community members should send contributions to Hillel at UCLA earmarked for "UCLA Student Government Leaders."
An email leaked to The Daily Californian shows Adam Milstein requested that pro-Israel community members should send contributions to Hillel at UCLA earmarked for "UCLA Student Government Leaders."
The University of California Student Association’s Board of Directors passed a motion to conduct an emergency meeting next week after financial and political conflict of interest concerns surrounding student-regent designate nominee Avi Oved were raised at its meeting Saturday.
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The University of California Student Association’s Board of Directors passed a motion to conduct an emergency meeting next week after financial and political conflict of interest concerns surrounding student-regent designate nominee Avi Oved were raised at its meeting Saturday.
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