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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 04, 2023

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The use of poetry as a political tool proves fitting at an institution widely recognized for a commitment to academic excellence and revolutionary ideals.
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The use of poetry as a political tool proves fitting at an institution widely recognized for a commitment to academic excellence and revolutionary ideals.
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Free Speech Movement veteran Sam Farber, now a professor emeritus of political science, discusses the 'hypocritical manipulation' of the movement's message by today's administration.
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Free Speech Movement veteran Sam Farber, now a professor emeritus of political science, discusses the 'hypocritical manipulation' of the movement's message by today's administration.
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BCR is absolutely right to bring a lawsuit against the campus, for the campus has, time and again, egregiously impeded their right to bring controversial speakers to campus while making no such demands from groups on the other side of the spectrum.
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BCR is absolutely right to bring a lawsuit against the campus, for the campus has, time and again, egregiously impeded their right to bring controversial speakers to campus while making no such demands from groups on the other side of the spectrum.
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Berkeley’s graduate students have long been underrepresented — pushed away from student government for decades, denied adequate financial resources and structured to rely on the ASUC. After a history of contentious relations spanning back to the 1960s, the Graduate Assembly, or the GA, is considering separating from the ASUC.
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Berkeley’s graduate students have long been underrepresented — pushed away from student government for decades, denied adequate financial resources and structured to rely on the ASUC. After a history of contentious relations spanning back to the 1960s, the Graduate Assembly, or the GA, is considering separating from the ASUC.
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In 1870, the UC regents finally voted to admit women on equal terms with men, paving the road for multiple generations of female innovators, researchers and activists.
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In 1870, the UC regents finally voted to admit women on equal terms with men, paving the road for multiple generations of female innovators, researchers and activists.
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Street art has a paramount role in the history and culture of Berkeley. Once disregarded as mere vandalism, street art is now a prestigious field of art.
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Street art has a paramount role in the history and culture of Berkeley. Once disregarded as mere vandalism, street art is now a prestigious field of art.
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Campus administrators, staff and students joined together Thursday to reevaluate the role of free speech online and on campus, marking 53 years since UC Berkeley’s 1964 Free Speech Movement took place.
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Campus administrators, staff and students joined together Thursday to reevaluate the role of free speech online and on campus, marking 53 years since UC Berkeley’s 1964 Free Speech Movement took place.
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In a letter addressed to the UC Berkeley campus and the Berkeley community, 132 campus faculty members from various departments have called for a complete boycott of classes and campus activities during “Free Speech Week,” which will be held on campus from Sept. 24-27.
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In a letter addressed to the UC Berkeley campus and the Berkeley community, 132 campus faculty members from various departments have called for a complete boycott of classes and campus activities during “Free Speech Week,” which will be held on campus from Sept. 24-27.
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Waters’ gently vivacious wisdom permeated through the crowded cafe, firmly holding the attention of the dozens of guests gathered to hear her speak.
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Waters’ gently vivacious wisdom permeated through the crowded cafe, firmly holding the attention of the dozens of guests gathered to hear her speak.
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