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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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ASUC President Zaynab Abdul-Qadir Morris

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The event was organized to demonstrate the campus's interest in holding meaningful debates with people who hold different viewpoints, including conservative points of view.
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The event was organized to demonstrate the campus's interest in holding meaningful debates with people who hold different viewpoints, including conservative points of view.
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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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Although fraternities may have recently implemented consent talks, it is evident in light of recent events and pervasive sexual violence norms that we must demand that more be done to protect the campus community.
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Although fraternities may have recently implemented consent talks, it is evident in light of recent events and pervasive sexual violence norms that we must demand that more be done to protect the campus community.
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The ASUC Senate held an additional meeting to finish last week’s unresolved business Wednesday night.
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The ASUC Senate held an additional meeting to finish last week’s unresolved business Wednesday night.
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UC Berkeley’s fall 2017 new student convocation was much more a lively, raucous concert than a typical series of speeches.
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UC Berkeley’s fall 2017 new student convocation was much more a lively, raucous concert than a typical series of speeches.
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