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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

Take a look at our 2022 midterm elections special issue!
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Midterm elections might not determine the next president of the United States, but the upcoming elections still have a lot at stake for voters everywhere.
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Midterm elections might not determine the next president of the United States, but the upcoming elections still have a lot at stake for voters everywhere.
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The last four years have provided unique challenges to the chancellorship, from routine budget and funding issues to the campus’s changing political climate.
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The last four years have provided unique challenges to the chancellorship, from routine budget and funding issues to the campus’s changing political climate.
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In all likelihood, this election will send you to Sacramento alongside a lopsided state Legislature, perhaps even one with a supermajority. It will be tempting, of course, to work exclusively with the majority party. Such a practice will surely prove convenient, but this is not what California needs or deserves.
In all likelihood, this election will send you to Sacramento alongside a lopsided state Legislature, perhaps even one with a supermajority. It will be tempting, of course, to work exclusively with the majority party. Such a practice will surely prove convenient, but this is not what California needs or deserves.
Representatives of the Cal Berkeley Democrats and Berkeley College Republicans presented their views on midterm election issues during the “Great Debate” Thursday evening, an annual event co-hosted by the two campus political clubs.
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Representatives of the Cal Berkeley Democrats and Berkeley College Republicans presented their views on midterm election issues during the “Great Debate” Thursday evening, an annual event co-hosted by the two campus political clubs.
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Expecting to collect nearly 3,000 signed postcards by March demanding Gov. Jerry Brown support property tax reform, the campus chapter of Fund the UC launched its letter campaign Tuesday night with packets of postcards ready to hand out on Sproul Plaza.
Expecting to collect nearly 3,000 signed postcards by March demanding Gov. Jerry Brown support property tax reform, the campus chapter of Fund the UC launched its letter campaign Tuesday night with packets of postcards ready to hand out on Sproul Plaza.
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The UC may see its third year with no tuition hike, pending the approval of a preliminary budget for 2014-2015 that the UC Board of Regents will discuss next week.
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The UC may see its third year with no tuition hike, pending the approval of a preliminary budget for 2014-2015 that the UC Board of Regents will discuss next week.
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Representatives of Cal Berkeley Democrats and Berkeley College Republicans presented their best case to reform education, public pensions and healthcare within California in “The Great Debate: The Storm to Reform,” which was sponsored by both student political parties.
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Representatives of Cal Berkeley Democrats and Berkeley College Republicans presented their best case to reform education, public pensions and healthcare within California in “The Great Debate: The Storm to Reform,” which was sponsored by both student political parties.
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Here is a timeline of some important events from the last year you might want to know before beginning your first semester at UC Berkeley.
Here is a timeline of some important events from the last year you might want to know before beginning your first semester at UC Berkeley.