Put a Cal student on the Berkeley City Council

Students ought to have their voices heard in city government

Have you ever wondered how to find more affordable student housing or make a complaint to your elected official in Berkeley? What if you ran into your city council member in Wheeler Auditorium as you headed into class? It would make it much easier to remind the council member about
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There will be blood

Council Watch

Just as SCOTUS is divided into two distinct camps — the conservatives and the liberals — Berkeley City Council is a dichotomous body. The first faction consists of Max Anderson, Jesse Arreguin and Kriss Worthington. They are referred to as the “WAA” coalition, but I like to call them “The
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Talking on Telegraph. Stop.

Council Watch

Half of politics is talking, and the other half is talking about talking. Unfortunately, discussions about Telegraph Avenue usually fall into the latter category. Mayor Tom Bates hosted a forum last Thursday concerning the revitalization of Telegraph. According to Berkeleyside, plans have been put forth to construct new projects on
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