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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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College students tend to vote at a lower rate than other demographics of Americans.
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College students tend to vote at a lower rate than other demographics of Americans.
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As practical and morally upright as terming myself a moderate felt, it also felt facetious and insincere. What did I actually stand for? I found myself defending the feasibility of the “middle ground.” But what did I actually believe in?
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As practical and morally upright as terming myself a moderate felt, it also felt facetious and insincere. What did I actually stand for? I found myself defending the feasibility of the “middle ground.” But what did I actually believe in?
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Having a part in the process that nudges the political compass that ultimately affects your life is a heavy weight to bear.
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Having a part in the process that nudges the political compass that ultimately affects your life is a heavy weight to bear.
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We’ve collected stories that have happened since the election on November 8, 2016, since there are great things happening that are also worth our attention.
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We’ve collected stories that have happened since the election on November 8, 2016, since there are great things happening that are also worth our attention.
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To combat the stress you're experiencing, we at the Clog have decided to create a list of 20 things to be thankful for until Thanksgiving.
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To combat the stress you're experiencing, we at the Clog have decided to create a list of 20 things to be thankful for until Thanksgiving.
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The new semester is upon us, and this time it comes with a special treat: elections. Nov. 8 sits around the corner, and the political climate in Berkeley is hotter than ever.
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The new semester is upon us, and this time it comes with a special treat: elections. Nov. 8 sits around the corner, and the political climate in Berkeley is hotter than ever.
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This year the whole country watched the Republican National Convention, or RNC, and the Democratic National Convention, or DNC, with a mixture of awe, confusion, sadness and anticipation. While our last shred of hope that the RNC would somehow be able to overstep the public and elect literally any nominee other than Donald Trump was shamelessly and hopelessly dashed, we were at least able to cheer ourselves up with endless videos and images of Bill Clinton frolicking among the beautiful balloons celebrating Hillary Clinton's nomination.
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This year the whole country watched the Republican National Convention, or RNC, and the Democratic National Convention, or DNC, with a mixture of awe, confusion, sadness and anticipation. While our last shred of hope that the RNC would somehow be able to overstep the public and elect literally any nominee other than Donald Trump was shamelessly and hopelessly dashed, we were at least able to cheer ourselves up with endless videos and images of Bill Clinton frolicking among the beautiful balloons celebrating Hillary Clinton's nomination.
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The Fourth of July, though seemingly the most one-dimensional holiday, defined by self-indulgence, a mindless hurrah for our liberties and an almost masturbatory worship of the Team America thesis: “freedom is the only way,” is actually laced with complexity and controversy.
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The Fourth of July, though seemingly the most one-dimensional holiday, defined by self-indulgence, a mindless hurrah for our liberties and an almost masturbatory worship of the Team America thesis: “freedom is the only way,” is actually laced with complexity and controversy.
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