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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

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Berkeley Political Review

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Campus junior Connor Kubeisy recently announced his campaign for ASUC Senate, running as an independent in hopes of remedying what he considers a lack of politically moderate voices in the senate.
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Campus junior Connor Kubeisy recently announced his campaign for ASUC Senate, running as an independent in hopes of remedying what he considers a lack of politically moderate voices in the senate.
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The Berkeley Political Review, or BPR, announced Tuesday that it has terminated ASUC Senator Isabella Chow’s membership after anti-LGBTQ+ statements Chow made at a senate meeting Oct. 31.
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The Berkeley Political Review, or BPR, announced Tuesday that it has terminated ASUC Senator Isabella Chow’s membership after anti-LGBTQ+ statements Chow made at a senate meeting Oct. 31.
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Conservative radio host Dennis Prager debated with two UC Berkeley students, aiming to challenge audience members to think critically about free speech as part of his “No Safe Spaces” event Tuesday.
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Conservative radio host Dennis Prager debated with two UC Berkeley students, aiming to challenge audience members to think critically about free speech as part of his “No Safe Spaces” event Tuesday.
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The number of Alameda County’s registered Republican residents has declined alongside decreasing numbers statewide, while Alameda County residents registered as having No Party Preference have increased and Democrats have stayed the same.
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The number of Alameda County’s registered Republican residents has declined alongside decreasing numbers statewide, while Alameda County residents registered as having No Party Preference have increased and Democrats have stayed the same.
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Students from Berkeley College Republicans and Cal Berkeley Democrats found common ground in defending free speech at an on-campus debate Wednesday night, but they clashed on issues regarding how to practice it.
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Students from Berkeley College Republicans and Cal Berkeley Democrats found common ground in defending free speech at an on-campus debate Wednesday night, but they clashed on issues regarding how to practice it.
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On April 6, UC Berkeley senior Khairuldeen Makhzoomi was supposed to fly from Los Angeles to Oakland, get to campus and go to class. Instead, Makhzoomi was removed from Southwest Airlines flight 4260, detained by security officers, questioned by the FBI and refused service from Southwest after speaking Arabic before his flight took off.
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On April 6, UC Berkeley senior Khairuldeen Makhzoomi was supposed to fly from Los Angeles to Oakland, get to campus and go to class. Instead, Makhzoomi was removed from Southwest Airlines flight 4260, detained by security officers, questioned by the FBI and refused service from Southwest after speaking Arabic before his flight took off.
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Representatives of Cal Berkeley Democrats and Berkeley College Republicans presented their best case to reform education, public pensions and healthcare within California in “The Great Debate: The Storm to Reform,” which was sponsored by both student political parties.
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Representatives of Cal Berkeley Democrats and Berkeley College Republicans presented their best case to reform education, public pensions and healthcare within California in “The Great Debate: The Storm to Reform,” which was sponsored by both student political parties.
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Congresswoman Barbara Lee appeared at UC Berkeley last Thursday for a nonpartisan town hall style meeting for students to discuss the prominent issues in the upcoming election.
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Congresswoman Barbara Lee appeared at UC Berkeley last Thursday for a nonpartisan town hall style meeting for students to discuss the prominent issues in the upcoming election.
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