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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Amanda Hill

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Throughout UC Berkeley’s campus, October brings numerous blessings — the walk to class tolerable in a sweater in crisp weather, the end of midterm season and, as always, a raging Halloweekend to stave away the chill of another oncoming storm of exams.
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Throughout UC Berkeley’s campus, October brings numerous blessings — the walk to class tolerable in a sweater in crisp weather, the end of midterm season and, as always, a raging Halloweekend to stave away the chill of another oncoming storm of exams.
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The eight rent-controlled units that once encompassed 1921 Walnut St. are now little more than a barren construction site.
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The eight rent-controlled units that once encompassed 1921 Walnut St. are now little more than a barren construction site.
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The UC Berkeley community reacted with mixed emotions to Thursday’s California Supreme Court ruling limiting campus enrollment to 2020-21 numbers.
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The UC Berkeley community reacted with mixed emotions to Thursday’s California Supreme Court ruling limiting campus enrollment to 2020-21 numbers.
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After weeks of deliberation, the ASUC Senate passed a resolution revoking funding and support for the Cal Interfraternity Council, or IFC, at its Wednesday meeting.
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After weeks of deliberation, the ASUC Senate passed a resolution revoking funding and support for the Cal Interfraternity Council, or IFC, at its Wednesday meeting.
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In January, three UC Berkeley fraternities were officially unrecognized. Now, the ASUC Senate may revoke funding for the International Fraternity Council, or IFC. 
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In January, three UC Berkeley fraternities were officially unrecognized. Now, the ASUC Senate may revoke funding for the International Fraternity Council, or IFC. 
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Amid the flurry of hellos exchanged by students and instructors is a general misconception about disability, according to campus graduate student Rosa Enriquez.
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Amid the flurry of hellos exchanged by students and instructors is a general misconception about disability, according to campus graduate student Rosa Enriquez.
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The ASUC Senate held its first public meeting of the semester Wednesday, where senators and campus administrators discussed funding, ASUC projects and the return to in-person classes.
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The ASUC Senate held its first public meeting of the semester Wednesday, where senators and campus administrators discussed funding, ASUC projects and the return to in-person classes.
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The Disabled Students' Program, or DSP, acquired emergency funding that will allow four staff members to begin work in spring 2022.
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The Disabled Students' Program, or DSP, acquired emergency funding that will allow four staff members to begin work in spring 2022.
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Since the start of the fall semester, testing across campus has nearly halved, according to the campus Coronavirus Dashboard. For undergraduates, testing is less than half of what it was in August.
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Since the start of the fall semester, testing across campus has nearly halved, according to the campus Coronavirus Dashboard. For undergraduates, testing is less than half of what it was in August.
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The ASUC Senate passed SR 21/22-019 in support of U.S. House Resolution 2590 and delivered committee and office updates Wednesday. 
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The ASUC Senate passed SR 21/22-019 in support of U.S. House Resolution 2590 and delivered committee and office updates Wednesday. 
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