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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

Take a look at our 2022 midterm elections special issue!
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Carole Marasovic, a long-time member of several city commissions, is running for a seat on Berkeley’s Rent Stabilization Board in the 2022 election. 
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Carole Marasovic, a long-time member of several city commissions, is running for a seat on Berkeley’s Rent Stabilization Board in the 2022 election. 
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It is one thing to believe that a nation is capable of great good and quite another to think that it is predestined for justice.
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It is one thing to believe that a nation is capable of great good and quite another to think that it is predestined for justice.
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While Trump may have empowered some men to feel as though they can proudly say and do racist and misogynistic things, in the end, these systems of thought were in place well before Trump came into office.
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While Trump may have empowered some men to feel as though they can proudly say and do racist and misogynistic things, in the end, these systems of thought were in place well before Trump came into office.
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As bosses of our elected officials, we must tell them what we want and hold them accountable when they don’t deliver, whether by email, phone or protest.
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As bosses of our elected officials, we must tell them what we want and hold them accountable when they don’t deliver, whether by email, phone or protest.
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It’s up to us — as voters who can air our environmental grievances through our ballots — to collectively decide whether we’ll soon take action or continue our complacency.
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It’s up to us — as voters who can air our environmental grievances through our ballots — to collectively decide whether we’ll soon take action or continue our complacency.
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The changes to how we live may not have inherently adverse effects. I’m not arguing that access to more information is all bad, but it can heighten existing feelings of pessimism, exhaustion and stress surrounding the election. It effectively increases the heat on the already steaming water.
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The changes to how we live may not have inherently adverse effects. I’m not arguing that access to more information is all bad, but it can heighten existing feelings of pessimism, exhaustion and stress surrounding the election. It effectively increases the heat on the already steaming water.
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The New Voters Project, or NVP, aims to increase civic engagement among college students and encourage them to decide their own futures.
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The New Voters Project, or NVP, aims to increase civic engagement among college students and encourage them to decide their own futures.
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Every four years come November, the dreaded election morning twilight hits and the voters arise from their suburban graves to feast.
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Every four years come November, the dreaded election morning twilight hits and the voters arise from their suburban graves to feast.
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The ending of last week’s episode of “We Are Who We Are” was a foreboding glimpse into how the outcome of the 2016 election might impact the people on the base.
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The ending of last week’s episode of “We Are Who We Are” was a foreboding glimpse into how the outcome of the 2016 election might impact the people on the base.
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