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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

Take a look at our 2022 midterm elections special issue!
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It’s easy to ignore problems in women’s sports when they aren’t headlining news. However, the very reason they aren’t is the crux of the issue. Hidden beneath multiple retweets is the complex ecology of inequity that demands our attention.
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It’s easy to ignore problems in women’s sports when they aren’t headlining news. However, the very reason they aren’t is the crux of the issue. Hidden beneath multiple retweets is the complex ecology of inequity that demands our attention.
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Although copy editors can edit out blatant lies and ugly slurs in the articles we're given, here are some things we don’t fact-check: framing and omission.
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Although copy editors can edit out blatant lies and ugly slurs in the articles we're given, here are some things we don’t fact-check: framing and omission.
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“WAP” is not a salve for the wounds each and every womxn lives with simply for being a womxn, but I do know it gives us a chance to bask in our power.
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“WAP” is not a salve for the wounds each and every womxn lives with simply for being a womxn, but I do know it gives us a chance to bask in our power.
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Sports can still be enjoyed for what they are, regardless of players’ off-field opinions.
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Sports can still be enjoyed for what they are, regardless of players’ off-field opinions.
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I was ready to enter UC Berkeley’s liberal haven and to experience protest culture when I touched earth on ground zero: Sproul Plaza.
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I was ready to enter UC Berkeley’s liberal haven and to experience protest culture when I touched earth on ground zero: Sproul Plaza.
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In thinking about the midterm elections, it is hard to not reflect on the UC Berkeley community’s political activism in response to the current presidential administration, and how such moments compare to the rich history of free speech on campus.
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In thinking about the midterm elections, it is hard to not reflect on the UC Berkeley community’s political activism in response to the current presidential administration, and how such moments compare to the rich history of free speech on campus.
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Chancellor Carol Christ released a statement Monday outlining the campus’s next steps in updating its policy regarding free speech events, including the designation of free speech zones and increasing communication between administration and the campus community.
Chancellor Carol Christ released a statement Monday outlining the campus’s next steps in updating its policy regarding free speech events, including the designation of free speech zones and increasing communication between administration and the campus community.
Founded in March 2009 in the wake of former president Barack Obama’s inauguration and the formation of the tea party, the Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies, or CRWS, is a stand-alone research unit under the campus Institute for the Study of Societal Issues, or ISSI.
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Founded in March 2009 in the wake of former president Barack Obama’s inauguration and the formation of the tea party, the Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies, or CRWS, is a stand-alone research unit under the campus Institute for the Study of Societal Issues, or ISSI.
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A federal judge denied UC Berkeley's request to dismiss a lawsuit alleging that the campus discriminated against conservative speakers Wednesday.
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A federal judge denied UC Berkeley's request to dismiss a lawsuit alleging that the campus discriminated against conservative speakers Wednesday.
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