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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Tom Bates

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We scoured more than 100 years of digital archives to highlight notable events from campus and Daily Cal history. From the very first game at Memorial Stadium to the Milo Yiannopoulos protests, we compiled headlines from nearly every decade since the Daily Cal was founded in 1871. So sit back, relax and take a scroll through history.
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We scoured more than 100 years of digital archives to highlight notable events from campus and Daily Cal history. From the very first game at Memorial Stadium to the Milo Yiannopoulos protests, we compiled headlines from nearly every decade since the Daily Cal was founded in 1871. So sit back, relax and take a scroll through history.
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UC Berkeley football home games give a secret society on campus, unaffiliated with UC Berkeley, a reason to allegedly drink “copious amounts of alcohol.”
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UC Berkeley football home games give a secret society on campus, unaffiliated with UC Berkeley, a reason to allegedly drink “copious amounts of alcohol.”
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed SB 22 into law, a bill requiring law enforcement agencies and forensic laboratories in California to promptly test all newly collected rape kits.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed SB 22 into law, a bill requiring law enforcement agencies and forensic laboratories in California to promptly test all newly collected rape kits.
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Out of the many items and initiatives that Worthington advocated for while on the council, he said his most “significant accomplishments” were giving platforms to younger generations and people of color to serve in public office.
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Out of the many items and initiatives that Worthington advocated for while on the council, he said his most “significant accomplishments” were giving platforms to younger generations and people of color to serve in public office.
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This midterm election season, many Berkeley City Council candidates and city officials made contributions to other candidates’ campaigns, according to documents obtained through NetFile.
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This midterm election season, many Berkeley City Council candidates and city officials made contributions to other candidates’ campaigns, according to documents obtained through NetFile.
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A long-time poet and Berkeley personality, Vinograd recently received a cancer diagnosis. Bruce Isaacson, a Berkeley poet and Vinograd’s friend, created a GoFundMe page Oct. 23 to raise funds for her treatment and care.
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A long-time poet and Berkeley personality, Vinograd recently received a cancer diagnosis. Bruce Isaacson, a Berkeley poet and Vinograd’s friend, created a GoFundMe page Oct. 23 to raise funds for her treatment and care.
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One factor for many voters this November is a candidate’s endorsements. Individuals of local and national renown have weighed in on the slew of candidates vying for four Berkeley City Council seats in the Nov. 6 election.
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One factor for many voters this November is a candidate’s endorsements. Individuals of local and national renown have weighed in on the slew of candidates vying for four Berkeley City Council seats in the Nov. 6 election.
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UC Berkeley students make up about a quarter of the total city population, says Berkeley City College history professor emeritus and former chair of social sciences Charles Wollenberg — a fact that makes student housing not only a campus issue, but a city one as well.
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UC Berkeley students make up about a quarter of the total city population, says Berkeley City College history professor emeritus and former chair of social sciences Charles Wollenberg — a fact that makes student housing not only a campus issue, but a city one as well.
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Magofña’s platform primarily addresses what he calls the “two biggest crises” in Berkeley, which are the housing shortage and the climate crisis
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Magofña’s platform primarily addresses what he calls the “two biggest crises” in Berkeley, which are the housing shortage and the climate crisis
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Berkeley likes to tout itself as a forward-thinking haven. Its politicians and public figures pay lip service to progressive ideals. So let’s take a quick look at the city’s track record on adequate police oversight.
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Berkeley likes to tout itself as a forward-thinking haven. Its politicians and public figures pay lip service to progressive ideals. So let’s take a quick look at the city’s track record on adequate police oversight.
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