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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

Take a look at our 2022 midterm elections special issue!

Savannah Luschei

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Following a two-month investigation, UCPD arrested a former resident of Maximino Martinez Commons — UC Berkeley student Jason Do — Tuesday on suspicion of videotaping students while they showered.
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Following a two-month investigation, UCPD arrested a former resident of Maximino Martinez Commons — UC Berkeley student Jason Do — Tuesday on suspicion of videotaping students while they showered.
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Two ASUC senators were removed from office Wednesday night at the last ASUC Senate meeting of the semester.
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Two ASUC senators were removed from office Wednesday night at the last ASUC Senate meeting of the semester.
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SQUELCH!, the student political party that celebrates satire, has broken from tradition in recent years to solidify its status as a serious third-party option for voters.
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SQUELCH!, the student political party that celebrates satire, has broken from tradition in recent years to solidify its status as a serious third-party option for voters.
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Tension is typical in ASUC elections. The level of criticism in this year’s race has come as a surprise to many of those involved in the elections, however.
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Tension is typical in ASUC elections. The level of criticism in this year’s race has come as a surprise to many of those involved in the elections, however.
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While the ASUC president has the constitutional power to veto bills passed by the senate, past presidents responded differently to the divestment votes — one vetoing, the other not. The potential for a veto in any future divestment votes, then, could vary greatly, depending on who is elected the next ASUC president.
While the ASUC president has the constitutional power to veto bills passed by the senate, past presidents responded differently to the divestment votes — one vetoing, the other not. The potential for a veto in any future divestment votes, then, could vary greatly, depending on who is elected the next ASUC president.
Student Action, one of the two dominant student political parties in the ASUC, is breaking from past tradition this election season, throwing the bulk of its party support behind a sole executive candidate.
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Student Action, one of the two dominant student political parties in the ASUC, is breaking from past tradition this election season, throwing the bulk of its party support behind a sole executive candidate.
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CalSERVE, the progressive student political party that presents itself as an advocate for underrepresented groups, is gradually expanding its base.
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CalSERVE, the progressive student political party that presents itself as an advocate for underrepresented groups, is gradually expanding its base.
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