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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 05, 2022

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Sujin Shin

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The University of California and the UCLA Undergraduate Students Association sent letters Tuesday to the state senate opposing a bill that would alter term-lengths of UC Board of Regents.
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The University of California and the UCLA Undergraduate Students Association sent letters Tuesday to the state senate opposing a bill that would alter term-lengths of UC Board of Regents.
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More than 150 UC Berkeley students have joined a Facebook group called CalCentral Bugfinder Squad in the last week, dedicated to voicing complaints about CalCentral and the new enrollment process on the website.
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More than 150 UC Berkeley students have joined a Facebook group called CalCentral Bugfinder Squad in the last week, dedicated to voicing complaints about CalCentral and the new enrollment process on the website.
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At its Wednesday meeting, the ASUC Senate passed three bills unanimously.
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At its Wednesday meeting, the ASUC Senate passed three bills unanimously.
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UC Berkeley students currently pay 12 student fees — totaling more than $1,100 per student per year — that have been passed in various ASUC elections throughout the past two decades.
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UC Berkeley students currently pay 12 student fees — totaling more than $1,100 per student per year — that have been passed in various ASUC elections throughout the past two decades.
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The ASUC Senate passed two bills during Wednesday night's regular meeting.
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The ASUC Senate passed two bills during Wednesday night's regular meeting.
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The Defend Affirmative Action Party, a student political party closely connected to the activist organization By Any Means Necessary, announced executive candidates for all five seats — four of whom are also running for senate seats. DAAP also announced eight additional senate candidates for the 2016-17 ASUC elections.
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The Defend Affirmative Action Party, a student political party closely connected to the activist organization By Any Means Necessary, announced executive candidates for all five seats — four of whom are also running for senate seats. DAAP also announced eight additional senate candidates for the 2016-17 ASUC elections.
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The ASUC Senate passed a motion to reintroduce a bill in support of a campuswide ban on the use of latex products for amendments after ASUC President Yordanos Defen issued a presidential veto last Wednesday.
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The ASUC Senate passed a motion to reintroduce a bill in support of a campuswide ban on the use of latex products for amendments after ASUC President Yordanos Defen issued a presidential veto last Wednesday.
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Cal Student Orientation will no longer serve as the introductory program welcoming students to UC Berkeley, starting in 2017.
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Cal Student Orientation will no longer serve as the introductory program welcoming students to UC Berkeley, starting in 2017.
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UC Berkeley students will vote in April during the 2016 ASUC general elections on whether to approve a student fee to continue financing environmental sustainability projects.
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UC Berkeley students will vote in April during the 2016 ASUC general elections on whether to approve a student fee to continue financing environmental sustainability projects.
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The ASUC Senate passed a resolution Wednesday night recommending the banning of Urban Shield trainings from UCPD.
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The ASUC Senate passed a resolution Wednesday night recommending the banning of Urban Shield trainings from UCPD.
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