BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

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ASUC External Affairs Vice President Varsha Sarveshwar

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The ASUC Senate met Wednesday to discuss developments related to COVID-19, or the novel coronavirus, regarding grading and campus housing, possible changes for the summer and fall semesters and the formation of a campus COVID-19 Financial Relief Select Committee.
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The ASUC Senate met Wednesday to discuss developments related to COVID-19, or the novel coronavirus, regarding grading and campus housing, possible changes for the summer and fall semesters and the formation of a campus COVID-19 Financial Relief Select Committee.
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Proposition 13, a statewide measure that would fund public school, community college and university projects across California, is behind in returns. If passed, Prop 13 would allow the sale of $15 billion in bonds, of which $9 billion would go to projects such as the renovation and construction of K-12 public school facilities.
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Proposition 13, a statewide measure that would fund public school, community college and university projects across California, is behind in returns. If passed, Prop 13 would allow the sale of $15 billion in bonds, of which $9 billion would go to projects such as the renovation and construction of K-12 public school facilities.
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UC in-state undergraduate enrollment rose for the fourth year in a row in fall 2019. According to the UC Office of the President, or UCOP, the enrollment increase is a result of the UC system’s commitment to providing higher education to more Californians.
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UC in-state undergraduate enrollment rose for the fourth year in a row in fall 2019. According to the UC Office of the President, or UCOP, the enrollment increase is a result of the UC system’s commitment to providing higher education to more Californians.
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The city of Berkeley has garnered a reputation for its progressive political change, and city officials have noted its significance on a national scale.
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The city of Berkeley has garnered a reputation for its progressive political change, and city officials have noted its significance on a national scale.
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Loss of instructional time due to power outages this semester has negatively impacted students and instructors, prompting UC Berkeley to seek solutions by creating the Instructional Resilience Task Force.
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Loss of instructional time due to power outages this semester has negatively impacted students and instructors, prompting UC Berkeley to seek solutions by creating the Instructional Resilience Task Force.
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At its Thursday meeting, the city of Berkeley's Rent Stabilization Board invited UC Berkeley students to share their experiences with housing insecurity, in addition to discussing state legislation and hearing appeals.
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At its Thursday meeting, the city of Berkeley's Rent Stabilization Board invited UC Berkeley students to share their experiences with housing insecurity, in addition to discussing state legislation and hearing appeals.
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A rally was held in Sacramento on Tuesday to support the passage of SB 24, which would require all on-campus student health centers at public universities in California to offer medical abortions.
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A rally was held in Sacramento on Tuesday to support the passage of SB 24, which would require all on-campus student health centers at public universities in California to offer medical abortions.
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