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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 04, 2023

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Mario Savio

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When campus sophomore Becca Berelson isn’t working in a psychology lab or teaching the Harry Potter DeCal, she spends her time showing prospective students and their parents around UC Berkeley. Berelson sat down with The Daily Californian for an exclusive interview to discuss what it’s like being a UC Berkeley campus ambassador.
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When campus sophomore Becca Berelson isn’t working in a psychology lab or teaching the Harry Potter DeCal, she spends her time showing prospective students and their parents around UC Berkeley. Berelson sat down with The Daily Californian for an exclusive interview to discuss what it’s like being a UC Berkeley campus ambassador.
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Anthony Romero, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union, delivered a speech Thursday evening to commemorate late activist Mario Savio and recognize young people for their work in accordance with Savio’s legacy.
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Anthony Romero, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union, delivered a speech Thursday evening to commemorate late activist Mario Savio and recognize young people for their work in accordance with Savio’s legacy.
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Sheldon Wolin, a former UC Berkeley political science professor, widely known for his lasting impact on political theory, died Oct. 21. He was 93 years old.
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Sheldon Wolin, a former UC Berkeley political science professor, widely known for his lasting impact on political theory, died Oct. 21. He was 93 years old.
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it would likely surprise Savio that the UC Berkeley administration today, unlike its predecessors that had sparked the FSM by repressing free speech in 1964, is taking a free speech stance by refusing to disinvite Maher while students have advocated disinviting the controversial comedian. In this sense one can say that on its 50th anniversary the FSM — or at least its free speech idealism — is occupying UC's administration building without a sit-in.
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it would likely surprise Savio that the UC Berkeley administration today, unlike its predecessors that had sparked the FSM by repressing free speech in 1964, is taking a free speech stance by refusing to disinvite Maher while students have advocated disinviting the controversial comedian. In this sense one can say that on its 50th anniversary the FSM — or at least its free speech idealism — is occupying UC's administration building without a sit-in.
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Last week UC Berkeley released nearly 40 interviews from a diverse group of Free Speech Movement participants and witnesses to commemorate FSM’s 50th anniversary.
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Last week UC Berkeley released nearly 40 interviews from a diverse group of Free Speech Movement participants and witnesses to commemorate FSM’s 50th anniversary.
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