BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 02, 2022

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2013 ASUC Presidential candidate profiles

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Rafi Lurie knows something about small beginnings. From kindergarten through twelfth grade, Lurie, the Student Action presidential candidate, attended the same small school, graduating as part of a class of of just 47 students.
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Rafi Lurie knows something about small beginnings. From kindergarten through twelfth grade, Lurie, the Student Action presidential candidate, attended the same small school, graduating as part of a class of of just 47 students.
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During his presidential campaign, David Douglass of the Defend Affirmative Action Party has emphasized a legacy of action and protest, saying that he hopes to revive the “youth-led progressive movement.” If elected, Douglass, aims to lead students against fee hikes, advocate for immigrant rights and double the underrepresented minority enrollment on campus.
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During his presidential campaign, David Douglass of the Defend Affirmative Action Party has emphasized a legacy of action and protest, saying that he hopes to revive the “youth-led progressive movement.” If elected, Douglass, aims to lead students against fee hikes, advocate for immigrant rights and double the underrepresented minority enrollment on campus.
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As one of about 800 Pilipinos on a campus of nearly 36,000, Pepito says she hopes to represent the Pilipino community, along with other minority groups, such as women, that she feels are underrepresented in the ASUC.
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As one of about 800 Pilipinos on a campus of nearly 36,000, Pepito says she hopes to represent the Pilipino community, along with other minority groups, such as women, that she feels are underrepresented in the ASUC.
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Running with the historically satirical SQUELCH! party, Jason Bellet has focused his campaign on leveraging his position as a third-party candidate to bridge community and party divides.
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Running with the historically satirical SQUELCH! party, Jason Bellet has focused his campaign on leveraging his position as a third-party candidate to bridge community and party divides.
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