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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 18, 2023

Michelle Pitcher

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About 500 people rallied Sunday for the second night of ongoing demonstrations over recent deaths of unarmed black men at the hands of police, after the first night resulted in officers deploying tear gas and rubber bullets on protesters.
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About 500 people rallied Sunday for the second night of ongoing demonstrations over recent deaths of unarmed black men at the hands of police, after the first night resulted in officers deploying tear gas and rubber bullets on protesters.
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Student government officials from UC Berkeley, UCLA and UC Riverside are working to pass bills expressing no confidence in UC President Janet Napolitano and the UC Board of Regents following the board’s approval of a controversial tuition increase policy.
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Student government officials from UC Berkeley, UCLA and UC Riverside are working to pass bills expressing no confidence in UC President Janet Napolitano and the UC Board of Regents following the board’s approval of a controversial tuition increase policy.
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The ASUC extended an invitation to comedian Bill Maher on Monday asking him to participate in an open panel discussion on campus in light of the controversy surrounding his selection as the fall commencement speaker.
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The ASUC extended an invitation to comedian Bill Maher on Monday asking him to participate in an open panel discussion on campus in light of the controversy surrounding his selection as the fall commencement speaker.
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Of the seven measures featured on the Berkeley city ballot, two have garnered the particular attention of student political groups for their potential to affect student life at UC Berkeley. Students have directed their attention primarily to issues regarding redistricting and taxation for this year’s election.
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Of the seven measures featured on the Berkeley city ballot, two have garnered the particular attention of student political groups for their potential to affect student life at UC Berkeley. Students have directed their attention primarily to issues regarding redistricting and taxation for this year’s election.
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Fewer students than usual could be found Monday on Sproul due to the weather, but some braved the rain in a final push to register students to vote with hours remaining before the deadline.
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Fewer students than usual could be found Monday on Sproul due to the weather, but some braved the rain in a final push to register students to vote with hours remaining before the deadline.
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Many executives have noted the cohesion within the now-complete executive board. Since taking office, Chou has started work on issues that align with other executive offices’ aims, including mental health and the distribution of grants and scholarships.
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Many executives have noted the cohesion within the now-complete executive board. Since taking office, Chou has started work on issues that align with other executive offices’ aims, including mental health and the distribution of grants and scholarships.
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Mon-Shane Chou was unanimously confirmed by the ASUC senate as academic affairs vice president after more than six weeks of the position being vacant.
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Mon-Shane Chou was unanimously confirmed by the ASUC senate as academic affairs vice president after more than six weeks of the position being vacant.
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As the main representative for the student cooperative within the ASUC, Pritzkat has worked to improve access to financial resources for the group through the Cooperative Opportunity Fund. This fund is under the discretion of the ASUC senate. Student appeals for funding are reviewed by the ASUC standing committee on finance on a weekly basis.
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As the main representative for the student cooperative within the ASUC, Pritzkat has worked to improve access to financial resources for the group through the Cooperative Opportunity Fund. This fund is under the discretion of the ASUC senate. Student appeals for funding are reviewed by the ASUC standing committee on finance on a weekly basis.
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UC Berkeley Law School Dean Sujit Choudhry discussed the potential fee increase at a public town hall Monday at the school. He presented what he called a “modest increase” and outlined reasons for his proposal.
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UC Berkeley Law School Dean Sujit Choudhry discussed the potential fee increase at a public town hall Monday at the school. He presented what he called a “modest increase” and outlined reasons for his proposal.
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Currently, a committee is considering two candidates, senior Kyle Shackleford and fifth-year senior Mon-Shane Chou, to be the next AAVP.
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Currently, a committee is considering two candidates, senior Kyle Shackleford and fifth-year senior Mon-Shane Chou, to be the next AAVP.
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