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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Mallika Seshadri

Mallika Seshadri was the 2021-2022 managing editor. She joined The Daily Californian in fall 2018 as a general assignment reporter and was the lead higher education reporter in spring 2019, a deputy news editor in fall 2019 and the city news editor in spring 2020. She also served as the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion committee chair during the 2020-2021 year and sat on the editorial board in spring 2021, fall 2021 and spring 2022.

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Marked by slip 'n slides to mehndi to condoms, this year’s ASUC elections expenses reveal numerous institutional disparities.
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Marked by slip 'n slides to mehndi to condoms, this year’s ASUC elections expenses reveal numerous institutional disparities.
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I learned when to be an ally and when to hold institutions accountable. I discovered I didn’t just have a place at the Daily Cal. I had friends here, too.
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I learned when to be an ally and when to hold institutions accountable. I discovered I didn’t just have a place at the Daily Cal. I had friends here, too.
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Coming home. Moving on. Sailing away. These are common themes among graduating classes, especially those who have received their diplomas through Zoom screens or masked ceremonies.
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Coming home. Moving on. Sailing away. These are common themes among graduating classes, especially those who have received their diplomas through Zoom screens or masked ceremonies.
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Concerns for the future of women’s reproductive rights have risen after Politico leaked a Supreme Court opinion draft that could likely overturn Roe v. Wade.
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Concerns for the future of women’s reproductive rights have risen after Politico leaked a Supreme Court opinion draft that could likely overturn Roe v. Wade.
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Murals have played a major role in the city of Berkeley’s culture since the 1960s, and some of the region’s murals have been around for more than half a century.
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Murals have played a major role in the city of Berkeley’s culture since the 1960s, and some of the region’s murals have been around for more than half a century.
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California Native American students from both federally and non-federally recognized tribes will have their university tuition and fees waived for the 2022-2023 academic year. 
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California Native American students from both federally and non-federally recognized tribes will have their university tuition and fees waived for the 2022-2023 academic year. 
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The Recreational Sports Facility will no longer provide its surveillance testing services as of May 6, according to a campuswide Response & Recovery email.
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The Recreational Sports Facility will no longer provide its surveillance testing services as of May 6, according to a campuswide Response & Recovery email.
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A student at Berkeley High School died Monday after falling from a downtown parking garage.
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A student at Berkeley High School died Monday after falling from a downtown parking garage.
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Johnny Dunbar may receive 24 years in state prison after allegedly sexually assaulting three women from Berkeley and breaking into their homes in 2008.
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Johnny Dunbar may receive 24 years in state prison after allegedly sexually assaulting three women from Berkeley and breaking into their homes in 2008.
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Leonard Brown, an inmate at Santa Rita Jail, died March 15 at a Pleasanton hospital — one week after attempting suicide in his cell.
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Leonard Brown, an inmate at Santa Rita Jail, died March 15 at a Pleasanton hospital — one week after attempting suicide in his cell.
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