The high cost of independence

Daily Cal response to V.O.I.C.E. executive order

At 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, we met with ASUC President Vishalli Loomba and Graduate Assembly President Bahar Navab regarding an issue that had just come up. Six hours later, Loomba issued an executive order invalidating the V.O.I.C.E. Initiative, a referendum asking students whether or not they approve of a $2 fee
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We need your help

For 141 years, this paper has been a regular fixture on campus, informing students of the most important issues affecting our community. Starting today, students will head to the polls to vote on whether a $2 semesterly fee is worth sustaining The Daily Californian for five years, in the most
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Daily Cal server compromised, affecting Daily Clog and archives

One of The Daily Californian’s online servers were compromised Tuesday night, hindering our access to our older sites, including the Daily Clog and our archives. The development prevents us from editing content on the sites. However, existing content will remain accessible and safe for readers to peruse. Our main site, dailycal.org, was unaffected. We
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A trip through the Daily Cal archives

Helicopters spewing tear gas over Sproul Plaza. A young Jerry Brown on the campaign trail. Clowns. A giant inflatable penis. Oh, the things you will find in the Daily Cal’s vast photo archives. With the launch of the new Facebook timeline, we here at the Daily Cal have taken the opportunity
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Daily Cal expenses 2011

As part of our effort to increase our organization’s transparency and help fellow students better understand the financial realities we face, we are releasing financial documents that outline our expenses and revenues. As a media outlet, our purpose is to shed light on the inner workings of our community’s various
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Daily Cal wins 28 college media awards for 2011

The Daily Californian will receive a total of 28 awards from the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) and the California College Media Association (CCMA) for its work in 2011, according to results announced last week. Twenty-two of the awards are from CCMA, more than we received in 2010 (16 awards)
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Editor’s note on V.O.I.C.E. coverage

As the V.O.I.C.E. Initiative grows as a subject in the community’s discourse, our responsibility as a news organization to cover it and provide a forum for various perspectives becomes more and more prominent. There is no doubt The Daily Californian as an organization would benefit from passage of the referendum.
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