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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 18, 2023

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For the past year, UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism students Ellie Lightfoot and Kathryn Hurd have been investigating the background of Steven Carrillo, an alleged murderer with connections to alt-right extremist groups in the "Boogaloo" movement, as part of their work with the campus Investigative Reporting Program, or IRP.
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For the past year, UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism students Ellie Lightfoot and Kathryn Hurd have been investigating the background of Steven Carrillo, an alleged murderer with connections to alt-right extremist groups in the "Boogaloo" movement, as part of their work with the campus Investigative Reporting Program, or IRP.
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Campus alumnus T. Christian Miller, who is also a lecturer at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism and former member of The Daily Californian, was awarded his second Pulitzer Prize on Sunday for his work on a ProPublica investigation.
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Campus alumnus T. Christian Miller, who is also a lecturer at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism and former member of The Daily Californian, was awarded his second Pulitzer Prize on Sunday for his work on a ProPublica investigation.
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California has the highest amount of hate groups in the country, according to The Southern Poverty Law Center, or SPLC, Hate Map for 2017 released Wednesday.
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California has the highest amount of hate groups in the country, according to The Southern Poverty Law Center, or SPLC, Hate Map for 2017 released Wednesday.
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A family was harassed in front of Elmwood Cafe on Saturday, leading to an altercation intervened by a Street Spirit vendor who was subsequently struck in the face, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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A family was harassed in front of Elmwood Cafe on Saturday, leading to an altercation intervened by a Street Spirit vendor who was subsequently struck in the face, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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Across the country, thousands of hate crimes go unreported and ignored. The same is true in Berkeley. That’s why The Daily Californian is joining ProPublica’s Documenting Hate project — to help track hate crimes and bias-related incidents nationwide.
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Across the country, thousands of hate crimes go unreported and ignored. The same is true in Berkeley. That’s why The Daily Californian is joining ProPublica’s Documenting Hate project — to help track hate crimes and bias-related incidents nationwide.
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Journalism as a profession is declining, according to Miller, but it has to exist as a check against moral and governmental abuses.
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Journalism as a profession is declining, according to Miller, but it has to exist as a check against moral and governmental abuses.
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A new study by UC Berkeley professor of social welfare Jennifer Skeem debunks the assumption that risk assessments of the likeliness that an offender leaving prison will be rearrested are racially biased.
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A new study by UC Berkeley professor of social welfare Jennifer Skeem debunks the assumption that risk assessments of the likeliness that an offender leaving prison will be rearrested are racially biased.
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A confidential investigation found that William De La Pena, a member of the UC Board of Regents, violated conflict of interest rules when he attempted to make a financial deal involving his eye clinics and UCLA, as first reported by ProPublica on Monday.
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A confidential investigation found that William De La Pena, a member of the UC Board of Regents, violated conflict of interest rules when he attempted to make a financial deal involving his eye clinics and UCLA, as first reported by ProPublica on Monday.
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Two Daily Californian alumni and a Berkeley-based author were the recipients of 2016 Pulitzer Prizes, announced Monday.
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Two Daily Californian alumni and a Berkeley-based author were the recipients of 2016 Pulitzer Prizes, announced Monday.
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