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Ever wonder how the campus makes complex budget decisions? How University of California President Mark Yudof maintains his Twitter account? Which city council member has been around the longest?

Ask the Daily Cal. We are launching this new feature as a way for readers to engage with the news on which we frequently report. Our reporters have a great deal of exposure to relevant topics - ranging from the state of higher education in the wake of major budget cuts to the city of Berkeley's intricate form of governance - and can answer questions based on their reporting experiences.

Ask the Daily Cal will focus on a current event or topic, and readers will have the opportunity to pose questions to senior reporters and editors who will answer the questions live and on the spot. The goal is to give you the opportunity to discuss pertinent issues with the people who know the news the best - those who report, breathe and write it.

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Upcoming Sessions

There are no scheduled Ask the Daily Cal sessions at this time.

Past Sessions

Higher education issues 4/26/11: Lead Higher Education Reporter Jordan Bach-Lombardo and Lead Academics and Administration Reporter Katie Nelson answered reader questions about higher education topics and their effects on the University of California system and the UC Berkeley campus. University News Editor Emma Anderson moderated the discussion.

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