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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 19, 2022

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Karim Doumar

Karim Doumar was the editor-in-chief and president for 2017-18. He joined the Daily Cal in January 2015 as an opinion blogger and served as opinion editor for two semesters.

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The angriest email I have ever received, a savage, beautiful broadside, arrived in my inbox at 1:19 p.m. A co-worker and I sat openly baffled. It wasn’t even sent at “drunk o’clock.”
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The angriest email I have ever received, a savage, beautiful broadside, arrived in my inbox at 1:19 p.m. A co-worker and I sat openly baffled. It wasn’t even sent at “drunk o’clock.”
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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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The Daily Cal took home eight first-place prizes, three second-place prizes, six third-place prizes and three honorable mentions.
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The Daily Cal took home eight first-place prizes, three second-place prizes, six third-place prizes and three honorable mentions.
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Today is UC Berkeley’s 150th birthday, and The Daily Californian’s Charter Day issue looks to offer a more complete story of what this campus is: the good, the bad and the ugly.
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Today is UC Berkeley’s 150th birthday, and The Daily Californian’s Charter Day issue looks to offer a more complete story of what this campus is: the good, the bad and the ugly.
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The Daily Californian's internal comment sections have been disabled for maintenance and will remain down for a couple of days.
The Daily Californian's internal comment sections have been disabled for maintenance and will remain down for a couple of days.
Many lauded Berkeley for its statement in favor of free expression, but others criticized the message for what they called hypocrisy.
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Many lauded Berkeley for its statement in favor of free expression, but others criticized the message for what they called hypocrisy.
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Misconduct, once often hidden behind closed doors and sealed lips, is now coming to public light like never before. But still, abuse and discrimination can infiltrate every level of the UC system. Today’s regular issue explores the #MeToo movement in all its facets and examines how sexual misconduct can touch every aspect of the Berkeley community.
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Misconduct, once often hidden behind closed doors and sealed lips, is now coming to public light like never before. But still, abuse and discrimination can infiltrate every level of the UC system. Today’s regular issue explores the #MeToo movement in all its facets and examines how sexual misconduct can touch every aspect of the Berkeley community.
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One of the most common questions Patel receives from students at the clinic is how to access birth control without seeing a clinician.
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One of the most common questions Patel receives from students at the clinic is how to access birth control without seeing a clinician.
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