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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

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UC Berkeley’s Central Sierra Snow Lab, or CSSL, a lab that conducts research related to California water resources and climate change, saw intense snow storms this month, receiving 54 centimeters of snow in 24 hours, according to a tweet from the CSSL. 
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UC Berkeley’s Central Sierra Snow Lab, or CSSL, a lab that conducts research related to California water resources and climate change, saw intense snow storms this month, receiving 54 centimeters of snow in 24 hours, according to a tweet from the CSSL. 
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The effects of climate change on mountain snowpacks is “potentially catastrophic” for water management, according to a study from the Berkeley Lab.
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The effects of climate change on mountain snowpacks is “potentially catastrophic” for water management, according to a study from the Berkeley Lab.
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At the last board meeting in April, motions were passed to place the GA’s funds into separate accounts from the ASUC's and reinstate GA executives as signatories on the ASUC account until the GA has its own accounts. Ansel’s demand occurred less than two weeks after the GA’s secession from the ASUC, a culmination of tensions that have existed since the GA’s founding in the 1960s.
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At the last board meeting in April, motions were passed to place the GA’s funds into separate accounts from the ASUC's and reinstate GA executives as signatories on the ASUC account until the GA has its own accounts. Ansel’s demand occurred less than two weeks after the GA’s secession from the ASUC, a culmination of tensions that have existed since the GA’s founding in the 1960s.
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In 2016, The Daily Californian reported that campus fees total more than $1,100 yearly — the total has gone up because of increases written into certain referendums as well as the addition of two referendums in 2017.
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In 2016, The Daily Californian reported that campus fees total more than $1,100 yearly — the total has gone up because of increases written into certain referendums as well as the addition of two referendums in 2017.
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More than a year after the U.S. Postal Service sued the city of Berkeley over a zoning ordinance that affects the Berkeley Main Post Office building, the trial to settle this dispute began Monday.
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More than a year after the U.S. Postal Service sued the city of Berkeley over a zoning ordinance that affects the Berkeley Main Post Office building, the trial to settle this dispute began Monday.
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After months of meetings, representatives from both the Graduate Assembly, or GA, and ASUC met to discuss, again, the GA’s potential secession from the ASUC during a town hall meeting Thursday — this meeting marked the first time the ASUC indicated it would support moving forward with the secession.
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After months of meetings, representatives from both the Graduate Assembly, or GA, and ASUC met to discuss, again, the GA’s potential secession from the ASUC during a town hall meeting Thursday — this meeting marked the first time the ASUC indicated it would support moving forward with the secession.
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The 2017-18 Graduate Assembly executive officers and Graduate Council representatives were announced Friday, along with the reelection of several incumbents.
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The 2017-18 Graduate Assembly executive officers and Graduate Council representatives were announced Friday, along with the reelection of several incumbents.
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Ben Gould — a graduate student running for Berkeley City Council’s District 4 seat — announced Monday that he has secured the endorsement of every executive member of UC Berkeley’s ASUC and graduate assembly, excluding that of Selina Lao, who holds the nonpartisan position of ASUC student advocate.
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Ben Gould — a graduate student running for Berkeley City Council’s District 4 seat — announced Monday that he has secured the endorsement of every executive member of UC Berkeley’s ASUC and graduate assembly, excluding that of Selina Lao, who holds the nonpartisan position of ASUC student advocate.
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Kena Hazelwood-Carter, a third-year doctoral student in psychology, was elected president of the Graduate Assembly on Thursday after the resignation of former president Iman Sylvain.
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Kena Hazelwood-Carter, a third-year doctoral student in psychology, was elected president of the Graduate Assembly on Thursday after the resignation of former president Iman Sylvain.
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