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Posts tagged as “Berkeley”

The Empty Ballot

On House of Cards, Frank Underwood quipped, “Politicians can’t resist making promises they can’t keep.”[1] As the ASUC elections dawn upon Berkeley, our fledgling politicians await…

A Look Beneath the Surface

The passage of the ASUC’s recent divestment bill has, since its inception, engaged this campus in heated and passionate debate. On the night of the…

Free Speech and the Right to Curse at a Police Officer

Most pedestrians of Sproul Plaza have probably noticed that the University of California Police Department (UCPD) has been cracking down on bicyclists in recent weeks, handing out dozens…

The Young and the Homeless

Written by Marine Chalons As the busiest street in Berkeley, Telegraph Avenue is a window into two worlds. Everyday thousands of students march up the…