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

Photo of 2020 Political Protest
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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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Career education encourages students to think big, go far

Without a skill-focused course in robotics, a student may never realize their dream of becoming an engineer. Opportunities such as this could lead to competitions, titles and connections in a career field that these students otherwise would have been unaware of. Today, approximately 33 percent of students at Berkeley High
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Colloquium in Political Science class features debate on Prop. 10

Prop. 10, which will appear on the Nov. 2018 ballot, would repeal the 1995 Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act that controls cities’ jurisdiction over rent control laws. Under the current act, cities cannot pass rent control laws affecting condominiums or single-family housing nor can they enact rent control on apartments occupied after February 1995.
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