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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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Whitney Brymwitt

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Those accused of spamming would have violated Bylaw 4203 section 5.2. The bylaw prohibits candidates from sending campaign emails unless they have been given permission from the leadership of the organization they are emailing, are a member of the organization, or know the recipients personally.
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Those accused of spamming would have violated Bylaw 4203 section 5.2. The bylaw prohibits candidates from sending campaign emails unless they have been given permission from the leadership of the organization they are emailing, are a member of the organization, or know the recipients personally.
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The Elections Council officially filed eight cases against seven ASUC candidates this week for spamming voters with unsolicited emails or messages and for false representation.
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The Elections Council officially filed eight cases against seven ASUC candidates this week for spamming voters with unsolicited emails or messages and for false representation.
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A team of energy bioscience researchers at UC Berkeley's Dueber Lab has found a way to make the production of blue jeans greener.
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A team of energy bioscience researchers at UC Berkeley's Dueber Lab has found a way to make the production of blue jeans greener.
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Students from both UC Berkeley and Oakland Technical High School organized two demonstrations on campus Wednesday – one to protest proposed tuition hikes and the other to advocate admitting more Oakland public school students to UC Berkeley.
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Students from both UC Berkeley and Oakland Technical High School organized two demonstrations on campus Wednesday – one to protest proposed tuition hikes and the other to advocate admitting more Oakland public school students to UC Berkeley.
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This summer, Moffitt Library’s fourth and fifth floors will close for a renovation project that aims to accommodate an increasingly technological campus and provide students with a more suitable learning environment.
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This summer, Moffitt Library’s fourth and fifth floors will close for a renovation project that aims to accommodate an increasingly technological campus and provide students with a more suitable learning environment.
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The council, which represents affiliated campus sororities, had refused as of Jan. 29 to interact with any disaffiliated fraternities until they agreed to comply with a list of demands. Three fraternities, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Zeta Psi and Phi Gamma Delta agreed.
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The council, which represents affiliated campus sororities, had refused as of Jan. 29 to interact with any disaffiliated fraternities until they agreed to comply with a list of demands. Three fraternities, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Zeta Psi and Phi Gamma Delta agreed.
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