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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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In May, the UC Berkeley Recreational Sports Facility declared its intention to shut down the No Limits, or NL, personal training program for disabled students because of a lack of funding.
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In May, the UC Berkeley Recreational Sports Facility declared its intention to shut down the No Limits, or NL, personal training program for disabled students because of a lack of funding.
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During the event, candidates shared their perspectives on a variety of issues, including housing, mental health, basic needs security and the protection of undocumented students.
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During the event, candidates shared their perspectives on a variety of issues, including housing, mental health, basic needs security and the protection of undocumented students.
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Candidates Jillian Free and Asahi Hardy are running for student advocate in this year’s ASUC elections, both with differing positions about the place of partisanship in the Student Advocate’s Office.
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Candidates Jillian Free and Asahi Hardy are running for student advocate in this year’s ASUC elections, both with differing positions about the place of partisanship in the Student Advocate’s Office.
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Students, community members and sexual violence resource groups gathered on Sproul Plaza on Wednesday evening for the annual Take Back the Night, or TBTN, event to promote sexual violence awareness and empower survivors.
Students, community members and sexual violence resource groups gathered on Sproul Plaza on Wednesday evening for the annual Take Back the Night, or TBTN, event to promote sexual violence awareness and empower survivors.
The student advocate’s office released via its Facebook page its end-of-the-year report Tuesday, which features the past year’s casework, policies and programming, as well as highlights possible future trends in the role the office will play in representing and advising students.
The student advocate’s office released via its Facebook page its end-of-the-year report Tuesday, which features the past year’s casework, policies and programming, as well as highlights possible future trends in the role the office will play in representing and advising students.
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