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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

Take a look at our 2022 midterm elections special issue!

Janani Natarajan

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Out of the nearly $1,400 of campus fees students pay every semester, $8 are collected by the The Green Initiative Fund, or TGIF — a student referendum first passed in 2007 that allocates funds to campus environmental initiatives in the form of grants.
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Out of the nearly $1,400 of campus fees students pay every semester, $8 are collected by the The Green Initiative Fund, or TGIF — a student referendum first passed in 2007 that allocates funds to campus environmental initiatives in the form of grants.
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Less than two weeks after its secession from the ASUC, the Graduate Assembly is already starting to experience complications as a result of its newfound independence.
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Less than two weeks after its secession from the ASUC, the Graduate Assembly is already starting to experience complications as a result of its newfound independence.
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After the 2018 ASUC elections, in which Student Action won the majority in both the senate and partisan executive races, candidates and ASUC stakeholders reflected on what may have contributed to the party’s victory.
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After the 2018 ASUC elections, in which Student Action won the majority in both the senate and partisan executive races, candidates and ASUC stakeholders reflected on what may have contributed to the party’s victory.
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After more than a month of campaigning on many different platforms — ranging from striking up conversation on Sproul Plaza to mass-messaging students on Facebook — ASUC candidates pulled out all the stops this week in a last-minute effort to vie for students’ votes.
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After more than a month of campaigning on many different platforms — ranging from striking up conversation on Sproul Plaza to mass-messaging students on Facebook — ASUC candidates pulled out all the stops this week in a last-minute effort to vie for students’ votes.
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After months of training, the Parliamentary Debate at Berkeley team spent its spring break in Portland, competing in — and winning — the National Parliamentary Tournament of Excellence.
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After months of training, the Parliamentary Debate at Berkeley team spent its spring break in Portland, competing in — and winning — the National Parliamentary Tournament of Excellence.
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During the event, candidates shared their perspectives on a variety of issues, including housing, mental health, basic needs security and the protection of undocumented students.
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During the event, candidates shared their perspectives on a variety of issues, including housing, mental health, basic needs security and the protection of undocumented students.
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John Boland, president of radio station KQED, spoke about the role public radio has played in the evolving digital media scene and how KQED is adapting to the public’s needs at a Berkeley Forum event Monday night.
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John Boland, president of radio station KQED, spoke about the role public radio has played in the evolving digital media scene and how KQED is adapting to the public’s needs at a Berkeley Forum event Monday night.
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Gov. Jerry Brown announced Friday that he had granted a pardon to Daniel Maher, the recycling program director at Berkeley's Ecology Center, along with 55 other people.
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Gov. Jerry Brown announced Friday that he had granted a pardon to Daniel Maher, the recycling program director at Berkeley's Ecology Center, along with 55 other people.
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UC President Janet Napolitano called for all qualified California community college students to be guaranteed admission to UC campuses, a statement she first made March 7 during a keynote speech at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco.
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UC President Janet Napolitano called for all qualified California community college students to be guaranteed admission to UC campuses, a statement she first made March 7 during a keynote speech at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco.
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Campus political party SQUELCH! did not file any candidate for this year’s ASUC elections, but Marandah Field-Elliot registered as the party’s signatory for this year.
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Campus political party SQUELCH! did not file any candidate for this year’s ASUC elections, but Marandah Field-Elliot registered as the party’s signatory for this year.
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