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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Free Speech Week

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Here is a breakdown of a few things that happened to the class of 2020. We hope that going through the list will spark a few good memories, but we know it may bring back some repressed ones — sorry about that.
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Here is a breakdown of a few things that happened to the class of 2020. We hope that going through the list will spark a few good memories, but we know it may bring back some repressed ones — sorry about that.
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The ideas she espouses only agitate communities that are already on edge, thanks to regressive immigration efforts by the current administration.
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The ideas she espouses only agitate communities that are already on edge, thanks to regressive immigration efforts by the current administration.
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This new advisory board would be independent of UCPD and of the ASUC. The senate also discussed Title IX and heard an announcement from the Berkeley Disaster Team, or BDT, regarding its program.
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This new advisory board would be independent of UCPD and of the ASUC. The senate also discussed Title IX and heard an announcement from the Berkeley Disaster Team, or BDT, regarding its program.
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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.
Held in a half-full Haas Pavilion on Monday afternoon, the ceremony — officially titled the Chancellor’s New Student Convocation — was the final event of the second annual weeklong Golden Bear Orientation.
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Held in a half-full Haas Pavilion on Monday afternoon, the ceremony — officially titled the Chancellor’s New Student Convocation — was the final event of the second annual weeklong Golden Bear Orientation.
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Thinking back, we were not meant to win. For Rizza and I to have won the executive slate, the student body would have had to put its energy and faith behind two outspoken bitches who were coming for the throats of the institution. Ha, I admit — it was a long shot. But it was a long shot that I do not regret attempting.
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Thinking back, we were not meant to win. For Rizza and I to have won the executive slate, the student body would have had to put its energy and faith behind two outspoken bitches who were coming for the throats of the institution. Ha, I admit — it was a long shot. But it was a long shot that I do not regret attempting.
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A member of The Daily Californian’s Editorial Board, Ella Jensen, sat down with UCPD Chief Margo Bennett on Thursday to hear from her on relevant issues regarding campus policing.
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A member of The Daily Californian’s Editorial Board, Ella Jensen, sat down with UCPD Chief Margo Bennett on Thursday to hear from her on relevant issues regarding campus policing.
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This week, catch a film about the brain. Amid the escapism of film, take time to learn more about the Berkeley community.
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This week, catch a film about the brain. Amid the escapism of film, take time to learn more about the Berkeley community.
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Following on the heels of Student Action’s senate slate announcement, CalSERVE unveiled its own seven-person senate slate Tuesday night.
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Following on the heels of Student Action’s senate slate announcement, CalSERVE unveiled its own seven-person senate slate Tuesday night.
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