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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

Take a look at our 2022 midterm elections special issue!

Kate Finman

Senior Staff

Kate Finman is a senior staff reporter at The Daily Californian. She also sits on the editorial board and works in the social media department. Previously, Kate served as the Summer 2020 executive news editor, the Spring 2020 university news editor and as the lead student government reporter for the Daily Cal. She has been on staff since Spring 2019.

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The lasts just keep coming: last class, last time seeing a friend, last staff meeting, last article, last house dinner, last month and last column. 
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The lasts just keep coming: last class, last time seeing a friend, last staff meeting, last article, last house dinner, last month and last column. 
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The ASUC Senate received an update on UC Berkeley's financial situation and continued to table a bill on community engagement at its meeting Wednesday.
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The ASUC Senate received an update on UC Berkeley's financial situation and continued to table a bill on community engagement at its meeting Wednesday.
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On Thursday, Storm Smith shared her experiences in promoting diversity, equity and inclusion in advertising and creative spaces with UC Berkeley students.
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On Thursday, Storm Smith shared her experiences in promoting diversity, equity and inclusion in advertising and creative spaces with UC Berkeley students.
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During the Graduate Assembly's meeting Thursday, delegates and guests discussed the future and how to promote equity on campus for groups such as Indigenous students.
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During the Graduate Assembly's meeting Thursday, delegates and guests discussed the future and how to promote equity on campus for groups such as Indigenous students.
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Out of the 12 propositions on the ballot, three have been approved by voters and five have failed while the rest remain uncertain, as of press time.
Out of the 12 propositions on the ballot, three have been approved by voters and five have failed while the rest remain uncertain, as of press time.
Candidates Leah Simon-Weisberg, Andy Kelley, Xavier Johnson, Dominique Walker and Mari Mendonca are leading the race for Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board as of press time, where they will work to regulate rent, provide tenants with protections and maintain affordable housing.
Candidates Leah Simon-Weisberg, Andy Kelley, Xavier Johnson, Dominique Walker and Mari Mendonca are leading the race for Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board as of press time, where they will work to regulate rent, provide tenants with protections and maintain affordable housing.