UC Berkeley, Berkeley communities express disgust toward violent rioting at U.S. Capitol

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As the U.S. Congress attempted to finalize the Electoral College’s results Wednesday, President Donald Trump spoke at a “Save America" march in Washington, D.C. Shortly after the rally, Trump supporters passed police barricades and stormed the U.S. Capitol.

UC Berkeley students and city officials universally expressed disgust and shock in the wake of a violent insurrection that took place when President Donald Trump’s supporters mobbed the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday.
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Pastors, Pence and prostates

Sex on Tuesday

Queers: Our very existence is our strongest form of resistance. To continue homo life as usual is the last thing the decrepit old white men, who completely hijacked our government, want for us. Every single gay orgasm is an act of utter rebellion. Each queer hug, smile and chuckle an
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20 memorable quotes from 2016 presidential election

Before we kiss this election season goodbye when the polls close Tuesday night, we should take some time to really reflect on the past year or so. The 2016 election, particularly the general race, has been interesting, exciting and somewhat excruciating to follow, not in the least because of some
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UC Berkeley student Santos Vazquez attends vice presidential debate

Several months ago, Virginia’s Sen. Tim Kaine was not a household name. Nevertheless, prior to the official announcement of the Democratic nominees at the end of June, UC Berkeley senior Santos Vazquez managed to correctly guess Hillary Clinton’s running mate, earning him a ticket to the vice presidential debate at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia, on Tuesday night.
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