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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 05, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!

Sarah Harris

Sarah Harris was the 2020-21 editor in chief and president. She joined staff in spring 2018 as a video producer and served as an assistant multimedia editor in summer 2019, then the head multimedia editor in fall 2019. She was the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee Chair in spring 2020.

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The Daily Californian's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee is relatively new compared to our 150 years of publishing.
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The Daily Californian's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee is relatively new compared to our 150 years of publishing.
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The Daily Cal strives to document the rich history and contributions of Black community members in Berkeley, and we hope that readers will continue to celebrate Black lives as Black History Month continues.
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The Daily Cal strives to document the rich history and contributions of Black community members in Berkeley, and we hope that readers will continue to celebrate Black lives as Black History Month continues.
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Long before the Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA, was passed in 1990, the disability rights movement was born in Berkeley.
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Long before the Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA, was passed in 1990, the disability rights movement was born in Berkeley.
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If you’ve never tried a persimmon before, don’t miss out. Add one (or five) to your fruit bowl, and you won’t be disappointed. 
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If you’ve never tried a persimmon before, don’t miss out. Add one (or five) to your fruit bowl, and you won’t be disappointed. 
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Despite its sometimes arbitrary use, my Chinese name has always felt like a gift: I was the last one in my family named by my great-grandmother.
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Despite its sometimes arbitrary use, my Chinese name has always felt like a gift: I was the last one in my family named by my great-grandmother.
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