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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 29, 2022

Take a look at our 2022 midterm elections special issue!

Maria Young

Senior Staff

Maria Young is a fall 2022 deputy night editor. She joined the news department in fall 2019 and has worked on the student life and higher education beats. She also worked as the university news editor in spring 2022, and served as a deputy news editor in summer 2020 and spring 2021.

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Election coverage has become almost synonymous with showcasing the latest poll. During an election, national media outlets are overrun with polls showing which candidate is ahead and what topics people are most concerned about. 
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Election coverage has become almost synonymous with showcasing the latest poll. During an election, national media outlets are overrun with polls showing which candidate is ahead and what topics people are most concerned about. 
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Rashi Kesarwani is running for reelection to her seat as District 1 council member for the next term in the 2022 election.
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Rashi Kesarwani is running for reelection to her seat as District 1 council member for the next term in the 2022 election.
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UC Berkeley political geography doctoral student and Fulbright scholar William Carter was one of two university students recognized with the inaugural Regents Foster Youth Award at a UC Board of Regents meeting Thursday.
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UC Berkeley political geography doctoral student and Fulbright scholar William Carter was one of two university students recognized with the inaugural Regents Foster Youth Award at a UC Board of Regents meeting Thursday.
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The UC system’s patent tracking system will be entirely replaced with a new intellectual property management system within the next five years.
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The UC system’s patent tracking system will be entirely replaced with a new intellectual property management system within the next five years.
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From an unprovoked attack on a lover to a mysterious disappearance, a blindsided tragedy to a rebound turned companion, Annie’s stay at the Campanile can be read as a pitch for a prime-time novella.
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From an unprovoked attack on a lover to a mysterious disappearance, a blindsided tragedy to a rebound turned companion, Annie’s stay at the Campanile can be read as a pitch for a prime-time novella.
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Campus and city officials have begun moving People’s Park residents into transitional housing, leaving the Southside neighborhood with the sight of an emptier park than usual.
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Campus and city officials have begun moving People’s Park residents into transitional housing, leaving the Southside neighborhood with the sight of an emptier park than usual.
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Matching the current ASUC Senate class, independent candidates won the majority of the ASUC executive positions for the third year.
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Matching the current ASUC Senate class, independent candidates won the majority of the ASUC executive positions for the third year.
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The results were announced Friday during the first in-person tabulations ceremony since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The results were announced Friday during the first in-person tabulations ceremony since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Of the two referendums on the 2022 ASUC ballot, only the Save the Daily Cal Initiative passed, leading to funds for The Daily Californian.
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Of the two referendums on the 2022 ASUC ballot, only the Save the Daily Cal Initiative passed, leading to funds for The Daily Californian.
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A UC Berkeley law student and International House resident was found dead March 30 at 10:38 p.m.
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A UC Berkeley law student and International House resident was found dead March 30 at 10:38 p.m.
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