This can kicks back

If Washington keeps kicking the can down the road by not addressing this problem, frankly, our generation will get screwed. As campus leader of the UC Berkeley chapter of TCKB, I urge you to get involved in this fight to help bring attention to this issue and encourage actions to address this problem.
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Anti-Semitism at Cal

The fact is that the OCR’s conclusions are limited only to the legal matter of the university’s liability with regards to the civil rights of minority students.
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A word from your police departments

On behalf of the university and city police departments, we would like to welcome you back to UC Berkeley and to the city of Berkeley. Our two police departments are working closely to ensure your safety on and off campus. Teams of university and city police officers work jointly to
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Student leaders must speak up

This spring, students voted for a bold new vision for the ASUC. Assumptions were challenged, an entrenched majority was uprooted and new voices were chosen to breathe life into our student government. I campaigned as a student, an activist and an advocate. I was democratically elected to serve as executive
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Where are the leaders?

The city of Berkeley needs new student trailblazers. The two competing proposals for a new student district both have passionate advocates. At this week’s meeting, the City Council voted to do a staff analysis of the United Student District Amendment, an alternative district map submitted a few months ago. That
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Pack’s non-neutrality hurts ASUC

As senators who served with Pack while he was an ASUC senator, we would have to agree with his statements about himself. Pack was one of the most polarizing figures while he served as a senator.
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Addressing gun violence in the bay

Growing up in the Middle East during Operation Desert Storm, I could only dream and imagine about how different life in the United States would be. Yet, 20 years later in Oakland, it feels almost as violent as the warzone my family and I tried to escape. It has been
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Parents’ attitude at the root of student alcohol abuse

This year’s Welcome Week resulted in eight students being sent to the hospital within one night. Such serious consequences of student’s irresponsible behavior showcase the unfortunate state of drinking culture in America today. Although there have been various proposals recently for how to curb the rise in alcohol-related accidents, few
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We must think before we strike

The threshold for military action that violates international law should be high indeed and must at a minimum be actually capable of helping Syrian citizens who are victims of civil war.
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On drawing the best student district

On Sept. 10, Berkeley City Council is poised to take a historic step. The impending adoption of the Berkeley Student District Campaign’s map would make Berkeley the first city in the country to adopt a student district. This meeting is the culmination of a successful three-year campaign to raise the
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