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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Anjali Shrivastava

Senior Staff Reporter

Anjali Shrivastava joined The Daily Californian as a news reporter in fall 2017, becoming an academics & administration beat reporter for spring 2017 and assistant news editor for fall 2018. She is now leading coverage of the spring 2019 ASUC elections.

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After nearly four hours of discussion — the majority of which was spent in closed session — the ASUC Judicial Council announced that this upcoming Friday, it will deliberate on Student Action’s appeal of the ruling that disqualified the party's entire slate from the 2019 election cycle.
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After nearly four hours of discussion — the majority of which was spent in closed session — the ASUC Judicial Council announced that this upcoming Friday, it will deliberate on Student Action’s appeal of the ruling that disqualified the party's entire slate from the 2019 election cycle.
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ASUC senators passed a resolution establishing a student fee committee and appointed members to the Judicial and Elections councils Wednesday night.
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ASUC senators passed a resolution establishing a student fee committee and appointed members to the Judicial and Elections councils Wednesday night.
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The ASUC Senate ratified President Alexander Wilfert’s recent emergency executive order and approved the Annual Budget and Spaces Allocation, or ABSA, budget at Wednesday night’s regular meeting.
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The ASUC Senate ratified President Alexander Wilfert’s recent emergency executive order and approved the Annual Budget and Spaces Allocation, or ABSA, budget at Wednesday night’s regular meeting.
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Student Action senators planned to impeach three members of the Judicial Council on Wednesday night, one day after a ruling that disqualified the entire Student Action slate from the 2019 elections cycle.
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Student Action senators planned to impeach three members of the Judicial Council on Wednesday night, one day after a ruling that disqualified the entire Student Action slate from the 2019 elections cycle.
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About 200 students attended Wednesday night’s regular ASUC meeting to both voice their support for and condemnation of the Judicial Council’s recent controversial ruling that resulted in the retroactive disqualification of all Student Action candidates in the 2019 ASUC elections.
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About 200 students attended Wednesday night’s regular ASUC meeting to both voice their support for and condemnation of the Judicial Council’s recent controversial ruling that resulted in the retroactive disqualification of all Student Action candidates in the 2019 ASUC elections.
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All three referendums — including two that will increase student fees to fund basic needs and entertainment programs, respectively, and another that will create an elected position within the ASUC — passed during the 2019 ASUC elections.
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All three referendums — including two that will increase student fees to fund basic needs and entertainment programs, respectively, and another that will create an elected position within the ASUC — passed during the 2019 ASUC elections.
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The ASUC Senate passed three resolutions, including one regarding the Tang Center and its capacity to treat different learning disabilities, at its regular meeting Wednesday night.
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The ASUC Senate passed three resolutions, including one regarding the Tang Center and its capacity to treat different learning disabilities, at its regular meeting Wednesday night.
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During the winter break of her second year, Teddy Lake filled out an application to volunteer for whomever CalSERVE would slate to represent the LGBTQ+ community. Her application went unnoticed for two months.
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During the winter break of her second year, Teddy Lake filled out an application to volunteer for whomever CalSERVE would slate to represent the LGBTQ+ community. Her application went unnoticed for two months.
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UCPD Chief Margo Bennett clarified questions that ASUC Senators had regarding the recent controversial arrest of two Black students at Wednesday night’s regular meeting.
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UCPD Chief Margo Bennett clarified questions that ASUC Senators had regarding the recent controversial arrest of two Black students at Wednesday night’s regular meeting.
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The ASUC Elections Council denied campus junior Jasmine Sheena’s independent senate candidacy for the 2019 ASUC elections, announced the withdrawal of two candidates and enacted a temporary rule regarding filing fee payments at its candidate approval meeting Monday morning.
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The ASUC Elections Council denied campus junior Jasmine Sheena’s independent senate candidacy for the 2019 ASUC elections, announced the withdrawal of two candidates and enacted a temporary rule regarding filing fee payments at its candidate approval meeting Monday morning.
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