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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Alexander Teodorescu

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The contract includes a one-time salary increase of six percent and annual raises from 2.5-2.75 percent over the course of the contract, and extends an incentive program that provides new officers a $10,000 hiring bonus. BART said in a press release that the agreement comes as police officer salaries are rising nationwide, and that the agreement brings BART officers closer to Bay Area averages.
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The contract includes a one-time salary increase of six percent and annual raises from 2.5-2.75 percent over the course of the contract, and extends an incentive program that provides new officers a $10,000 hiring bonus. BART said in a press release that the agreement comes as police officer salaries are rising nationwide, and that the agreement brings BART officers closer to Bay Area averages.
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The policy follows AB 10, a statewide measure requiring public secondary schools to provide menstrual products in 50 percent of their restrooms, and was passed in response to student advocacy on the issue.
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The policy follows AB 10, a statewide measure requiring public secondary schools to provide menstrual products in 50 percent of their restrooms, and was passed in response to student advocacy on the issue.
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Pending official certification by PERB, this will allow academic researchers to begin collective bargaining with UC administration, during which they will reportedly seek improved working conditions, including further career development, increased job security and greater compensation.
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Pending official certification by PERB, this will allow academic researchers to begin collective bargaining with UC administration, during which they will reportedly seek improved working conditions, including further career development, increased job security and greater compensation.
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According to attorneys representing both parties participating in negotiations, PSC is claiming it cannot afford to pay the estimated $1 million in severance and is reportedly attempting to negotiate the payments with the union representing the workers of Pacific Steel, CMTA-Glass, Molders, Pottery, Plastics and Allied Workers Local 164B.
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According to attorneys representing both parties participating in negotiations, PSC is claiming it cannot afford to pay the estimated $1 million in severance and is reportedly attempting to negotiate the payments with the union representing the workers of Pacific Steel, CMTA-Glass, Molders, Pottery, Plastics and Allied Workers Local 164B.
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Many students shared the sentiment that the move was a positive change if it induced a more inclusive environment.
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Many students shared the sentiment that the move was a positive change if it induced a more inclusive environment.
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For many UC Berkeley students, voting in this year’s election included the task of deciding whether to register in Berkeley or in their hometown — a decision that potentially impacted the outcomes of local elections.
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For many UC Berkeley students, voting in this year’s election included the task of deciding whether to register in Berkeley or in their hometown — a decision that potentially impacted the outcomes of local elections.
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The event, organized by The Berkeley Project, a nonprofit student organization, began in 2006 and happens every semester. According to the organization’s mission statement, its intent is to improve the relationship between students and residents through community service.
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The event, organized by The Berkeley Project, a nonprofit student organization, began in 2006 and happens every semester. According to the organization’s mission statement, its intent is to improve the relationship between students and residents through community service.
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The Philz Coffee store at 1600 Shattuck Ave. will close Jan. 13, after the expiration of the shop’s lease.
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The Philz Coffee store at 1600 Shattuck Ave. will close Jan. 13, after the expiration of the shop’s lease.
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The forum was held at noon Monday in Barrows Hall and drew a crowd of more than 30 lecturers and other faculty members. It was headed by panelists Michael Burawoy, a tenured sociology professor, and Khalid Kadir, a campus lecturer.
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The forum was held at noon Monday in Barrows Hall and drew a crowd of more than 30 lecturers and other faculty members. It was headed by panelists Michael Burawoy, a tenured sociology professor, and Khalid Kadir, a campus lecturer.
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Special Rapporteur Leilani Farha attended a community forum and visited Bay Area homeless encampments to meet with members of the homeless community while drafting the report.
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Special Rapporteur Leilani Farha attended a community forum and visited Bay Area homeless encampments to meet with members of the homeless community while drafting the report.
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