BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

Caitlin Quinn

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For the first time in my life, I don’t know what is coming next. When I first got to UC Berkeley, I felt lost and alone; on the brink of graduation, I feel the same way. But this time, it’s not scary.
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For the first time in my life, I don’t know what is coming next. When I first got to UC Berkeley, I felt lost and alone; on the brink of graduation, I feel the same way. But this time, it’s not scary.
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Vote yes on Measure D to support kids, public health and a type of leadership the rest of the country can follow. Vote no on Measure S and join us in supporting the creation of an independent commission to redraw City Council districts to fairly represent all Berkeley residents.
Vote yes on Measure D to support kids, public health and a type of leadership the rest of the country can follow. Vote no on Measure S and join us in supporting the creation of an independent commission to redraw City Council districts to fairly represent all Berkeley residents.
We don’t want “free speech” that is condoned by the administration. Let us explain. Chancellor Nicholas Dirks is tasked with defending and bettering the institution of UC Berkeley.
We don’t want “free speech” that is condoned by the administration. Let us explain. Chancellor Nicholas Dirks is tasked with defending and bettering the institution of UC Berkeley.
You never think it’s going to happen to you; I certainly didn’t think it could happen to me.
You never think it’s going to happen to you; I certainly didn’t think it could happen to me.
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