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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 29, 2023

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Katy Abbott

Former Managing Editor

Katy Abbott was the fall 2015 and spring 2016 managing editor. She began working at the Daily Cal as a copy editor, going on to serve as the night editor in spring 2015, where she ruthlessly eliminated Oxford commas and dangling modifiers. She also wrote for the news department, starting as a general assignment reporter in summer 2014 and later covering crime and courts in fall 2014.

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The Daily Californian will be updating this page with the results of the 2016 ASUC general elections, announced Friday at the annual ASUC tabulations ceremony at 7:30 p.m. in Arthur Andersen Auditorium.
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The Daily Californian will be updating this page with the results of the 2016 ASUC general elections, announced Friday at the annual ASUC tabulations ceremony at 7:30 p.m. in Arthur Andersen Auditorium.
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As UC Berkeley grapples with a slew of sexual harassment scandals, recently released reports show that 19 UC Berkeley employees were found to have violated university sexual misconduct policy since 2011.
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As UC Berkeley grapples with a slew of sexual harassment scandals, recently released reports show that 19 UC Berkeley employees were found to have violated university sexual misconduct policy since 2011.
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With voting for the ASUC elections beginning Monday, The Daily Californian is fact-checking some of the more significant assertions made by candidates at its annual ASUC elections forum held last week.
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With voting for the ASUC elections beginning Monday, The Daily Californian is fact-checking some of the more significant assertions made by candidates at its annual ASUC elections forum held last week.
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In-N-Out Burger will open a new on-campus location on the top floor of Evans Hall this summer.
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In-N-Out Burger will open a new on-campus location on the top floor of Evans Hall this summer.
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Empty cafes, a lonely Sproul Plaza and a complete lack of flyerers, uncharacteristically quiet frat row — there’s only one event at this time of year that could cause this baffling Berkeley phenomenon. It’s spring break, a time when almost all students skip town with the giddy knowledge that they have a week of respite from 8 a.m. classes and back-to-back midterms. For those staying behind in Berkeley for the week, it’s unsettling to see usually bustling campus haunts sit vacant.
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Empty cafes, a lonely Sproul Plaza and a complete lack of flyerers, uncharacteristically quiet frat row — there’s only one event at this time of year that could cause this baffling Berkeley phenomenon. It’s spring break, a time when almost all students skip town with the giddy knowledge that they have a week of respite from 8 a.m. classes and back-to-back midterms. For those staying behind in Berkeley for the week, it’s unsettling to see usually bustling campus haunts sit vacant.
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The dean of the UC Berkeley School of Law is being sued by his executive assistant for sexual harassment, according to court documents filed Tuesday.
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The dean of the UC Berkeley School of Law is being sued by his executive assistant for sexual harassment, according to court documents filed Tuesday.
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The North Berkeley BART station was shut down Tuesday afternoon after a northbound train struck and killed an individual near the station.
The North Berkeley BART station was shut down Tuesday afternoon after a northbound train struck and killed an individual near the station.