BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

Op-Eds

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Because I am unDACAmented, I don’t have a reliable income. The only way I have been able to attend UC Berkeley is through financial aid, grants, scholarships and paid opportunities.
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Because I am unDACAmented, I don’t have a reliable income. The only way I have been able to attend UC Berkeley is through financial aid, grants, scholarships and paid opportunities.
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While the Cal Grant is considered a need-based form of financial aid, GPA requirements act as barriers to a seemingly scholarship-esque opportunity.
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While the Cal Grant is considered a need-based form of financial aid, GPA requirements act as barriers to a seemingly scholarship-esque opportunity.
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Losing just a single one of these scaled classes will be a disaster since the department must provide more than 7,000 student-seats per year in the upper division courses. It will create a situation where there are simply not enough classroom seats for our existing majors to meet graduation requirements.
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Losing just a single one of these scaled classes will be a disaster since the department must provide more than 7,000 student-seats per year in the upper division courses. It will create a situation where there are simply not enough classroom seats for our existing majors to meet graduation requirements.
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By combining forces between our student community members and those of us who call Berkeley and the East Bay home, we can take responsibility and make an impact. Together, the daunting task of overcoming extreme, regular droughts becomes more attainable.
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By combining forces between our student community members and those of us who call Berkeley and the East Bay home, we can take responsibility and make an impact. Together, the daunting task of overcoming extreme, regular droughts becomes more attainable.
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If the IREF passes, students will face an additional $132 semesterly fee to pay for items that should be coming out of campus’s existing budget.
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If the IREF passes, students will face an additional $132 semesterly fee to pay for items that should be coming out of campus’s existing budget.
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Every child must be counted; every dollar of state funding must be secured; and all remaining school districts must join the campaign against fear. If they’re successful, we could be at the cusp of a widespread paradigm shift in public benefit programs — and who feels safe accessing them.
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Every child must be counted; every dollar of state funding must be secured; and all remaining school districts must join the campaign against fear. If they’re successful, we could be at the cusp of a widespread paradigm shift in public benefit programs — and who feels safe accessing them.
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The concern for those with disabilities and high-risk students should be enough to warrant the continuation of the mask mandate.
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The concern for those with disabilities and high-risk students should be enough to warrant the continuation of the mask mandate.
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Right now, postdocs are coming together through our union to urge the university to take effective steps to create an inclusive and safe workplace and end the abuse that drives many researchers out of academia.
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Right now, postdocs are coming together through our union to urge the university to take effective steps to create an inclusive and safe workplace and end the abuse that drives many researchers out of academia.
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On campus and in our classes, other students like me feel like minorities. Yet, when we come to Rochdale Village, we have a space to call our own.
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On campus and in our classes, other students like me feel like minorities. Yet, when we come to Rochdale Village, we have a space to call our own.
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We must organize to fight against attacks on public education, not just in Oakland, but across the state and the country.
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We must organize to fight against attacks on public education, not just in Oakland, but across the state and the country.
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