BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

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W.E.B. Du Bois suggested more than 80 years ago that the United States chose white supremacy over democracy. Today we have an opportunity to correct that.
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W.E.B. Du Bois suggested more than 80 years ago that the United States chose white supremacy over democracy. Today we have an opportunity to correct that.
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The campus saw hundreds of students and faculty members walk out of their classes and assemble on Sproul Plaza for a rally against Trump’s inauguration.
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The campus saw hundreds of students and faculty members walk out of their classes and assemble on Sproul Plaza for a rally against Trump’s inauguration.
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Even before reports of low attendance at President Donald Trump’s inauguration, his administration encountered an issue that was unprecedented in modern history: no one wanted to perform.
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Even before reports of low attendance at President Donald Trump’s inauguration, his administration encountered an issue that was unprecedented in modern history: no one wanted to perform.
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On Friday, January 20th, our 45th president will be sworn into office and handed the keys to the country. We at the Clog have compiled a list of fifteen things to do instead of watching the inauguration.
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On Friday, January 20th, our 45th president will be sworn into office and handed the keys to the country. We at the Clog have compiled a list of fifteen things to do instead of watching the inauguration.
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Today’s inauguration ceremony is an opportunity for Chancellor Nicholas Dirks. He will have the ears of the campus — professors, students, administrators and many other members of the community. To take full advantage of this opportunity, however, Dirks should take the time to reflect on the values and diversity of our campus and on who makes up our community.
Today’s inauguration ceremony is an opportunity for Chancellor Nicholas Dirks. He will have the ears of the campus — professors, students, administrators and many other members of the community. To take full advantage of this opportunity, however, Dirks should take the time to reflect on the values and diversity of our campus and on who makes up our community.
While the majority of people experienced President Barack Obama's second inauguration on television, a select group of UC Berkeley students were able to experience it in the flesh.
While the majority of people experienced President Barack Obama's second inauguration on television, a select group of UC Berkeley students were able to experience it in the flesh.