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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 29, 2023

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Ethan Rarick

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Two polls, which were conducted by the Institute of Governmental Studies and released in August, revealed the majority of California voters oppose abolishing the death penalty and that they prioritize English-learning classes over bilingual classes.
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Two polls, which were conducted by the Institute of Governmental Studies and released in August, revealed the majority of California voters oppose abolishing the death penalty and that they prioritize English-learning classes over bilingual classes.
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Berkeley College Republicans and Cal Berkeley Democrats gathered in the Valley Life Sciences Building on Thursday evening for this year’s Great Debate, in which the two rival clubs presented their views on labor, foreign policy and higher education.
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Berkeley College Republicans and Cal Berkeley Democrats gathered in the Valley Life Sciences Building on Thursday evening for this year’s Great Debate, in which the two rival clubs presented their views on labor, foreign policy and higher education.
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A campus institute released three polls this week measuring Californian partisan support of various state issues.
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A campus institute released three polls this week measuring Californian partisan support of various state issues.
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Sen. Leland Yee represented a consistent and formidable thorn in the side of the UC system for years, frequently positioning himself at odds with the university’s publicly stated legislative priorities.
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Sen. Leland Yee represented a consistent and formidable thorn in the side of the UC system for years, frequently positioning himself at odds with the university’s publicly stated legislative priorities.
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Sounds of chatter echoed through Moses Hall Tuesday evening as UC Berkeley students and faculty congregated to watch President Obama's fifth State of the Union address.
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Sounds of chatter echoed through Moses Hall Tuesday evening as UC Berkeley students and faculty congregated to watch President Obama's fifth State of the Union address.
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The UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies Library will be the arena of a lively political gathering Wednesday night, when it broadcasts the first of three debates between the Democratic and Republican presidential nominees.
The UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies Library will be the arena of a lively political gathering Wednesday night, when it broadcasts the first of three debates between the Democratic and Republican presidential nominees.