BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 02, 2022

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Despite being stretched to the bone financially, the campus has made an impressive effort to maintain the quality of the education we receive.
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Despite being stretched to the bone financially, the campus has made an impressive effort to maintain the quality of the education we receive.
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After dividing my lifetime living in Atlanta, New York, Toronto, Brussels and now Berkeley, I would certainly still say Atlanta is worth a visit.
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After dividing my lifetime living in Atlanta, New York, Toronto, Brussels and now Berkeley, I would certainly still say Atlanta is worth a visit.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín, outgoing campus Chancellor Nicholas Dirks, and UC President Janet Napolitano are three of more than 1,200 U.S. state, local, higher education and business leaders that have pledged to support climate action to meet the Paris Agreement.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín, outgoing campus Chancellor Nicholas Dirks, and UC President Janet Napolitano are three of more than 1,200 U.S. state, local, higher education and business leaders that have pledged to support climate action to meet the Paris Agreement.
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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.
On Tuesday, Berkeley residents voted on seven city measures, one county measure and six state propositions.
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On Tuesday, Berkeley residents voted on seven city measures, one county measure and six state propositions.
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Though the two candidates at the forefront of the race for the state Assembly District 15 are Democrats, each carry distinct personal and professional experiences to distinguish themselves from their opponent.
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Though the two candidates at the forefront of the race for the state Assembly District 15 are Democrats, each carry distinct personal and professional experiences to distinguish themselves from their opponent.
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Marshall Tuck, candidate for state superintendent of public instruction, visited UC Berkeley Wednesday afternoon to talk to students about his platforms and problems with the state’s current education.
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Marshall Tuck, candidate for state superintendent of public instruction, visited UC Berkeley Wednesday afternoon to talk to students about his platforms and problems with the state’s current education.
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As of Wednesday morning with almost all precincts reporting,  voting results showed Proposition 30 had passed by a significant margin, with 54 percent in favor and 46 percent opposed.
As of Wednesday morning with almost all precincts reporting,  voting results showed Proposition 30 had passed by a significant margin, with 54 percent in favor and 46 percent opposed.