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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 21, 2022

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It began when students who held a rally commemorating the 30th anniversary of the creation of UC Berkeley’s ethnic studies programs moved in mass to Barrows and locked its front doors with chains.
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It began when students who held a rally commemorating the 30th anniversary of the creation of UC Berkeley’s ethnic studies programs moved in mass to Barrows and locked its front doors with chains.
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Today, Christ says that she wouldn’t have addressed the protest in the same way.
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Today, Christ says that she wouldn’t have addressed the protest in the same way.
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In 2011, I strolled onto the Sproul Hall steps, wide-eyed, eager and all too ready to conquer the world. My mind was set on a career in public policy, and my introduction to UC Berkeley seamlessly guided me toward that goal. I joined the ASUC Student Advocate’s Office and immediately found my passion and community: a group of like-minded policy nerds eager to make a meaningful, if sometimes marginal, difference in the lives of our classmates.
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In 2011, I strolled onto the Sproul Hall steps, wide-eyed, eager and all too ready to conquer the world. My mind was set on a career in public policy, and my introduction to UC Berkeley seamlessly guided me toward that goal. I joined the ASUC Student Advocate’s Office and immediately found my passion and community: a group of like-minded policy nerds eager to make a meaningful, if sometimes marginal, difference in the lives of our classmates.
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About 10 individuals occupied the Architects and Engineers building Wednesday afternoon to protest against a number of campus capital projects, with approximately 25 to 30 students and community members gathered outside.
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About 10 individuals occupied the Architects and Engineers building Wednesday afternoon to protest against a number of campus capital projects, with approximately 25 to 30 students and community members gathered outside.
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Rather than rolling our eyes at the Tea Party, we should take a cue from them. For too long, we have been bound by classical party strictures, shoving ourselves into limited and gridlocked groups that function only for the interests of their pockets and pride. As misguided as the new far right may be, by threatening to break away from the GOP, they’re on the cusp of being far more progressive than any socialists. Rather than forcing ourselves into the too-small boundaries of the parties that exist, young people today should search for options that fit their ideas.
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Rather than rolling our eyes at the Tea Party, we should take a cue from them. For too long, we have been bound by classical party strictures, shoving ourselves into limited and gridlocked groups that function only for the interests of their pockets and pride. As misguided as the new far right may be, by threatening to break away from the GOP, they’re on the cusp of being far more progressive than any socialists. Rather than forcing ourselves into the too-small boundaries of the parties that exist, young people today should search for options that fit their ideas.
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After ten years of working at the department as a captain, Margo Bennett has been appointed the new UCPD chief of police.
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After ten years of working at the department as a captain, Margo Bennett has been appointed the new UCPD chief of police.
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Five students chained themselves to Eshleman Hall Tuesday night to protest the consolidation of some Multicultural Student Development offices at UC Berkeley and what they felt was a lack of communication between students and campus administrators.
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Five students chained themselves to Eshleman Hall Tuesday night to protest the consolidation of some Multicultural Student Development offices at UC Berkeley and what they felt was a lack of communication between students and campus administrators.
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