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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

Take a look at our 2022 midterm elections special issue!

Ariel Hayat

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Marandah Field-Elliot — who ran for senate with SQUELCH! in the recent ASUC election — will likely fill the vacant ASUC Senate seat following Guillermo Perez’s resignation, the ASUC Elections Council announced Thursday.
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Marandah Field-Elliot — who ran for senate with SQUELCH! in the recent ASUC election — will likely fill the vacant ASUC Senate seat following Guillermo Perez’s resignation, the ASUC Elections Council announced Thursday.
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ASUC executive and senate hopefuls, accompanied by hundreds of supporters, flooded the Arthur Andersen Auditorium in the Haas School of Business on Friday evening to learn the results of the 2016-17 ASUC elections.
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ASUC executive and senate hopefuls, accompanied by hundreds of supporters, flooded the Arthur Andersen Auditorium in the Haas School of Business on Friday evening to learn the results of the 2016-17 ASUC elections.
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The SQUELCH! party announced Thursday a satirical ASUC presidential candidate, Kira the Husky, running on platforms of “bipawtisanship,” counseling for “ruff” days and pigeon extermination, among others.
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The SQUELCH! party announced Thursday a satirical ASUC presidential candidate, Kira the Husky, running on platforms of “bipawtisanship,” counseling for “ruff” days and pigeon extermination, among others.
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On Tuesday evening, Student Action — a party traditionally known to represent the Greek, engineering and Jewish communities — announced 16 senate candidates for the upcoming ASUC elections.
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On Tuesday evening, Student Action — a party traditionally known to represent the Greek, engineering and Jewish communities — announced 16 senate candidates for the upcoming ASUC elections.
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After CalSERVE’s sweep of all four executive seats last year, Student Action released its executive candidates Sunday evening for the upcoming ASUC general elections.
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After CalSERVE’s sweep of all four executive seats last year, Student Action released its executive candidates Sunday evening for the upcoming ASUC general elections.
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The SQUELCH! party announced its three nonsatirical senatorial candidates for the upcoming ASUC election Sunday. It is the first party to announce its slate this season.
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The SQUELCH! party announced its three nonsatirical senatorial candidates for the upcoming ASUC election Sunday. It is the first party to announce its slate this season.
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The ASUC Senate unanimously passed a resolution in opposition of Berkeley City Council’s handling of the police response to the Dec. 6, 2014 Black Lives Matter protest and a city ordinance that will place restrictions on group-living accommodations and "mini-dorms."
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The ASUC Senate unanimously passed a resolution in opposition of Berkeley City Council’s handling of the police response to the Dec. 6, 2014 Black Lives Matter protest and a city ordinance that will place restrictions on group-living accommodations and "mini-dorms."
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At the first ASUC Senate meeting of the spring semester Wednesday evening, officials gave updates on potential changes to ASUC elections that would take effect this spring.
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At the first ASUC Senate meeting of the spring semester Wednesday evening, officials gave updates on potential changes to ASUC elections that would take effect this spring.
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The city Zoning Adjustments Board approved a use permit Thursday for a proposed mixed-use building on Telegraph Avenue after an extensive period of public comment regarding the project’s accessibility and its role in the revitalization of the Telegraph Avenue neighborhood.
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The city Zoning Adjustments Board approved a use permit Thursday for a proposed mixed-use building on Telegraph Avenue after an extensive period of public comment regarding the project’s accessibility and its role in the revitalization of the Telegraph Avenue neighborhood.
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You should be studying right now, but let’s be real –– dead week is for so much more than studying. So before getting back to your study grind, take a study break with this dead week issue and momentarily “piece out” with puzzles.
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You should be studying right now, but let’s be real –– dead week is for so much more than studying. So before getting back to your study grind, take a study break with this dead week issue and momentarily “piece out” with puzzles.
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