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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 09, 2022

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The ASUC Senate held its final meeting of the academic year virtually Wednesday to discuss COVID-19 pandemic relief for students along with several other bills.
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The ASUC Senate held its final meeting of the academic year virtually Wednesday to discuss COVID-19 pandemic relief for students along with several other bills.
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UC President Janet Napolitano said during a webinar Thursday that it is unlikely UC campuses will be fully reopened by fall due to the ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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UC President Janet Napolitano said during a webinar Thursday that it is unlikely UC campuses will be fully reopened by fall due to the ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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During its meeting Wednesday, the ASUC Senate heard from CalTV representatives and discussed campus's responses to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, addressing topics such as student aid and academic instruction for the fall 2020 semester.
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During its meeting Wednesday, the ASUC Senate heard from CalTV representatives and discussed campus's responses to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, addressing topics such as student aid and academic instruction for the fall 2020 semester.
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After the 2020 ASUC elections, the current executive officers’ term is coming to a close. COVID-19 has created a unique situation on campus and while all executives continue work on their platforms, most found themselves adjusting their plans to address current campus needs.
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After the 2020 ASUC elections, the current executive officers’ term is coming to a close. COVID-19 has created a unique situation on campus and while all executives continue work on their platforms, most found themselves adjusting their plans to address current campus needs.
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Women are better represented on UC Berkeley’s campus than ever before, however, sexism and unequal distributions of power still leave room for improvement, many say. UC Berkeley has come a long way since 1870, when female students were first accepted on campus.
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Women are better represented on UC Berkeley’s campus than ever before, however, sexism and unequal distributions of power still leave room for improvement, many say. UC Berkeley has come a long way since 1870, when female students were first accepted on campus.
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Members of the campus community have started two petitions calling for alternative grading systems to be implemented to compensate for the changes caused by the COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus, outbreak.
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Members of the campus community have started two petitions calling for alternative grading systems to be implemented to compensate for the changes caused by the COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus, outbreak.
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As the COVID-19 pandemic prompted students and course instructors to reorganize their spring semester, the ASUC has been working with campus administration to communicate student needs.
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As the COVID-19 pandemic prompted students and course instructors to reorganize their spring semester, the ASUC has been working with campus administration to communicate student needs.
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Many campus instructors have turned to online teaching methods, such as the use of Zoom, in response to the campus’s decision to suspend most in-person classes to limit the risk of spreading COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus.
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Many campus instructors have turned to online teaching methods, such as the use of Zoom, in response to the campus’s decision to suspend most in-person classes to limit the risk of spreading COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus.
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In an ongoing campus tradition, the ASUC Office of the Academic Affairs Vice President brought seven llamas to Memorial Glade for an event called “Llamapalooza” to help students de-stress as they prepare for their fall semester finals.
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In an ongoing campus tradition, the ASUC Office of the Academic Affairs Vice President brought seven llamas to Memorial Glade for an event called “Llamapalooza” to help students de-stress as they prepare for their fall semester finals.
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After carefully evaluating campaign promises against current projects, here is our ASUC midyear progress report.
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After carefully evaluating campaign promises against current projects, here is our ASUC midyear progress report.
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