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The Daily Californian needs your help!

The Daily Cal provides students with hands-on training and serves as a cutting-edge news outlet. We’ve done that for the last 146 years, and we aren't stopping anytime soon. We need resources to continue to support and train our record number of staff members at the Daily Cal. We are counting on generous supporters like you.

This semester, we've been thrown into exceptionally contentious situations, and have responded with solid, detailed work. 

Once again, we found ourselves central to a debate about Free Speech on campuses, and have covered violent protests almost regularly since the November election. 
In March, we uncovered 124 cases of faculty and staff sexual misconduct throughout the UC system, and created an interactive database to track them. Since then, we've added seven more cases to the database, and we'll keep adding to it for as long as we have to. 

Your contribution will allow us to address immediate operational needs, provide scholarships and acquire much-needed equipment and software for our multimedia and design teams. As an independent, student-run newspaper, we are counting on your support to sustain our voice and our goals in a time when the traditional definition of news is in danger.

With all of its innovative progress, the Daily Cal stands by its core mission of acting as the voice of students and the campus community. Just take a look at this interactive graphic , where students and community members submitted powerful and harrowing stories of their most vulnerable moments.

We need your support to strengthen our ever-evolving voice.

Thanks for any support you can offer to help us continue to train the next generation of professionals. 
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The Daily Californian 
Berkeley, CA
Daily Californian Education Foundation 
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