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Brown has yet to fill three empty seats on UC Board of Regents

Three seats remain empty on the UC Board of Regents after one member was not confirmed by the state senate and another two members’ 12-year terms came to a close at the end of February. Appointing individuals to fill any vacancies on the board is the responsibility of Gov. Jerry
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Stay-away order lifted for another Occupy Cal protester

Yet another stay-away order — one of 12 issued against protesters in connection with the Nov. 9 Occupy Cal protests — was lifted Wednesday. UC Berkeley graduate student Amanda Armstrong had her stay-away order lifted after Armstrong’s attorney Jeff Wozniak met with the judge and a deputy district attorney in chambers Wednesday
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Vishalli Loomba speaks to the Berkeley City Council to protest the changes to the second response protocol.

ASUC President issues executive order invalidating Daily Cal fee referendum

V.O.I.C.E. Initiative violates UC policy, and a solution could affect the Daily Cal's independence, Loomba says

ASUC President Vishalli Loomba issued an executive order early Wednesday morning invalidating an initiative on the 2012 ASUC general election ballot that asks students to support The Daily Californian. Loomba’s order comes just as the second of three voting days for the election begins. In the order, she cites a
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Students vote at the ASUC elections booth in front of Sigma Phi Epsilon.

Temporary rule may be enacted to prevent incentivized ASUC voting

A voting booth for the 2012 ASUC general election set up in front of a campus fraternity house has prompted the ASUC attorney general to push for a temporary rule that would prevent specific parties or candidates from running biased voting stations. The CalGreeks voting booth is hosted on the lawn
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Study finds lack of students, ethnic diversity on city commissions

UC Berkeley students, Berkeley City Council members and commissioners met on the steps of City Hall Monday evening to discuss the findings of the Student Diversity Study conducted by members of the ASUC. The study, conducted by ASUC Senator Sydney Fang and members of her staff, outlines the disproportionate ratio
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Bus pass referendum’s proposed rates debated

A fee referendum on the 2012 ASUC general election ballot asks students to vote on the extension of the Class Pass after it is set to expire in 2013. While referendum opponents have stated that the campus should attempt to negotiate a lower price for the pass — which gives
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