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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Striking UAW academic workers occupied UC Berkeley's Eshleman Hall and California Hall Thursday in a continuation of the ongoing strike activities, while picketers outside voiced support for their respective bargaining teams by chanting and displaying banners on the steps of the halls.
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Striking UAW academic workers occupied UC Berkeley's Eshleman Hall and California Hall Thursday in a continuation of the ongoing strike activities, while picketers outside voiced support for their respective bargaining teams by chanting and displaying banners on the steps of the halls.
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Allegations of misconduct against Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, were brought to Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín and City Council Thursday, prompting an external investigation.
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Allegations of misconduct against Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, were brought to Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín and City Council Thursday, prompting an external investigation.
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Jewish students at UC Berkeley continue to feel targeted and look to student government for support in light of rising antisemitic rhetoric on a national level. 
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Jewish students at UC Berkeley continue to feel targeted and look to student government for support in light of rising antisemitic rhetoric on a national level. 
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Measure L needs the support of two-thirds of voters in the November general election to pass. It is time to invest in Berkeley. We must not delay.
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Measure L needs the support of two-thirds of voters in the November general election to pass. It is time to invest in Berkeley. We must not delay.
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ASUC was met with urges from the public to denounce anti-semitism during their weekly meeting Wednesday night. 
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ASUC was met with urges from the public to denounce anti-semitism during their weekly meeting Wednesday night. 
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John Myers, a professor emeritus at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, died Oct. 14 in Oakland, California at the age of 89.
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John Myers, a professor emeritus at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, died Oct. 14 in Oakland, California at the age of 89.
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After an arduous period of campaigning, confronting and rewriting, the Greek Opportunity Grant Reform Act was passed unanimously by the ASUC Senate at its general meeting Oct. 19.
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After an arduous period of campaigning, confronting and rewriting, the Greek Opportunity Grant Reform Act was passed unanimously by the ASUC Senate at its general meeting Oct. 19.
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Berkeley Police Accountability Board Vice Chair Nathan Mizell is running for the city’s Rent Stabilization Board.
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Berkeley Police Accountability Board Vice Chair Nathan Mizell is running for the city’s Rent Stabilization Board.
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In March 2022, the ASUC revoked a grant offering funding to campus fraternities, yet a resolution recently introduced by ASUC Senator Josh Lee would reinstate funding for the Cal Interfraternity Council, effectively overturning the March bill. 
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In March 2022, the ASUC revoked a grant offering funding to campus fraternities, yet a resolution recently introduced by ASUC Senator Josh Lee would reinstate funding for the Cal Interfraternity Council, effectively overturning the March bill. 
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The ASUC recently proposed the Berkeley Community Angel Shots Initiative, which would fund the distribution of fliers in Berkeley’s restaurants, bars and eateries to spread awareness for sexual harassment and sexual violence prevention measures. 
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The ASUC recently proposed the Berkeley Community Angel Shots Initiative, which would fund the distribution of fliers in Berkeley’s restaurants, bars and eateries to spread awareness for sexual harassment and sexual violence prevention measures. 
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