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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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Michelle Pitcher

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There’s a bench on the north side of campus, covered in graffiti and constantly surrounded by empty liquor bottles, cigarette butts and the occasional pair of underwear. It’s hidden, tucked away in a patch of trees on a detour path you’ve probably only ever taken if you don’t fear murder — or if you work for The Daily Californian, in which case you fear nothing, because you feel nothing.
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There’s a bench on the north side of campus, covered in graffiti and constantly surrounded by empty liquor bottles, cigarette butts and the occasional pair of underwear. It’s hidden, tucked away in a patch of trees on a detour path you’ve probably only ever taken if you don’t fear murder — or if you work for The Daily Californian, in which case you fear nothing, because you feel nothing.
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We plan to digitize every Daily Cal issue, from the newspaper’s conception in 1871 to the present day.
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We plan to digitize every Daily Cal issue, from the newspaper’s conception in 1871 to the present day.
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Not to startle you, but you are on an award-winning website.
Not to startle you, but you are on an award-winning website.
After The Daily Californian published an open letter Tuesday written by former UC Berkeley School of Law dean Sujit Choudhry, who was found by a campus investigation to have violated UC sexual harassment policy, many readers expressed discontent with our decision to publish his letter.
After The Daily Californian published an open letter Tuesday written by former UC Berkeley School of Law dean Sujit Choudhry, who was found by a campus investigation to have violated UC sexual harassment policy, many readers expressed discontent with our decision to publish his letter.
The university is investigating claims that UC Berkeley Chancellor Nicholas Dirks allegedly used public funds for personal travel expenses and that he used campus sports training services without proper payment, the Los Angeles Times reported Tuesday.
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The university is investigating claims that UC Berkeley Chancellor Nicholas Dirks allegedly used public funds for personal travel expenses and that he used campus sports training services without proper payment, the Los Angeles Times reported Tuesday.
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Cheers interrupt the steady silence of the library before most of the students can see what’s happening. They lift their tired eyes from their study guides and watch as a group of their peers erupts from the stacks — most of them completely naked.
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Cheers interrupt the steady silence of the library before most of the students can see what’s happening. They lift their tired eyes from their study guides and watch as a group of their peers erupts from the stacks — most of them completely naked.
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In light of increasing tension regarding the experiences of black students at universities nationwide, hundreds of black UC Berkeley students, allies and community members rallied Wednesday to express solidarity with the wider movement and to call attention to the situation on campus.
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In light of increasing tension regarding the experiences of black students at universities nationwide, hundreds of black UC Berkeley students, allies and community members rallied Wednesday to express solidarity with the wider movement and to call attention to the situation on campus.
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