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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 19, 2023

Year! Review! Read our 2022 Year in Retrospect Issue!

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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Two weeks ago, we opened up submissions for our Back to Berkeley Instagram contest, which commemorated the start of another academic year. All we required was that you share with us images of your favorite places in Berkeley, along with the date and location. You, the readers, responded, and we’re excited to finally share the winning Instas.
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Two weeks ago, we opened up submissions for our Back to Berkeley Instagram contest, which commemorated the start of another academic year. All we required was that you share with us images of your favorite places in Berkeley, along with the date and location. You, the readers, responded, and we’re excited to finally share the winning Instas.
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A state Senate resolution that would urge the University of California to condemn anti-Semitism and racism on its campuses has drawn objections from organizations who say the legislation’s definition of anti-Semitism would stifle free speech.
A state Senate resolution that would urge the University of California to condemn anti-Semitism and racism on its campuses has drawn objections from organizations who say the legislation’s definition of anti-Semitism would stifle free speech.
In the most recent iteration of a conflict surrounding the identity of People’s Park, campus officials and park activists are butting heads over university construction policies that bar certain maintenance and construction in the park.
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In the most recent iteration of a conflict surrounding the identity of People’s Park, campus officials and park activists are butting heads over university construction policies that bar certain maintenance and construction in the park.
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My first and only comprehensive tour of any foreign country came when I was 8 and my parents decided that a trip to British Columbia, with its low exchange rate and proximity to home, was the ideal way to introduce their children to a foreign country.
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My first and only comprehensive tour of any foreign country came when I was 8 and my parents decided that a trip to British Columbia, with its low exchange rate and proximity to home, was the ideal way to introduce their children to a foreign country.
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In the fifth day of an occupation that began Wednesday evening to protest tuition increases, occupiers started to bump up against shrinking numbers and the looming presence of Thanksgiving break, posing new problems and new opportunities for a largely leaderless movement.
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In the fifth day of an occupation that began Wednesday evening to protest tuition increases, occupiers started to bump up against shrinking numbers and the looming presence of Thanksgiving break, posing new problems and new opportunities for a largely leaderless movement.
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On Friday, activists camped out in Wheeler Hall for the third day of an occupation in protest of tuition increases, deliberating the short-term future of the movement and its public image.
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On Friday, activists camped out in Wheeler Hall for the third day of an occupation in protest of tuition increases, deliberating the short-term future of the movement and its public image.
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On Friday, a criminal charge against 18-year-old Kamau Berlin was amended from attempted murder to murder, and a count of attempted forcible rape was added.
On Friday, a criminal charge against 18-year-old Kamau Berlin was amended from attempted murder to murder, and a count of attempted forcible rape was added.
Berkeley Police Department received $150,500 in grant funding from the California Office of Traffic Safety last month to improve its traffic safety and reduce traffic-related injuries and deaths.
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Berkeley Police Department received $150,500 in grant funding from the California Office of Traffic Safety last month to improve its traffic safety and reduce traffic-related injuries and deaths.
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