ASUC Senate lifts restrictions on campaigning in study spaces, approves referendums

While deliberating SB 66, a bill to amend new ASUC election bylaws that passed unanimously, a majority of the Senate decided to remove campaigning restrictions on university-owned study spaces from the bill. Candidates are allowed to campaign in any space within a university run building (including hallways), wear clothing indicating political affiliation and send electronic messages.
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Independent ASUC presidential candidate vows to ban ASUC elections

Independent ASUC presidential candidate Stanford H. Bush released a report Wednesday revealing that the single greatest complaint of UC Berkeley students was the existence of ASUC elections. “Clearly, students hate the ASUC elections, and in the month of March, all we hear on social media platforms are complaints,” said Bush,
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A year in review

January: Anthropology Library Occupation After a group of demonstrators occupied the campus anthropology library, the campus administration agreed to restore its previously curtailed hours. February 18: Death of Peter Cukor Controversy arose after a Berkeley resident was killed while police were monitoring an Occupy protest nearby. February: Occupy Emails Administrators’
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