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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 31, 2023

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UAW Local 2865 touched on a range of topics in public comment, from difficulties faced by graduate students of color to the protection of sexual violence survivors on UC campuses.
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UAW Local 2865 touched on a range of topics in public comment, from difficulties faced by graduate students of color to the protection of sexual violence survivors on UC campuses.
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The Berkeley College Republicans collaborated with Young Americans for Freedom to invite conservative author and speaker David Horowitz to speak on campus April 12 in Clark Kerr Campus’ Krutch Theater.
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The Berkeley College Republicans collaborated with Young Americans for Freedom to invite conservative author and speaker David Horowitz to speak on campus April 12 in Clark Kerr Campus’ Krutch Theater.
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On Sept. 29, Gov. Jerry Brown signed bill AB 1732 into law, requiring single-user restrooms that are open to the public to be all-gender inclusive, which comes after a long string of protests for gender-neutral restrooms by students at UC Berkeley.
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On Sept. 29, Gov. Jerry Brown signed bill AB 1732 into law, requiring single-user restrooms that are open to the public to be all-gender inclusive, which comes after a long string of protests for gender-neutral restrooms by students at UC Berkeley.
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Graduate students and members of a university-wide student-worker union rallied Friday to protest termination of health insurance coverage for dependents of UC Berkeley students.
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Graduate students and members of a university-wide student-worker union rallied Friday to protest termination of health insurance coverage for dependents of UC Berkeley students.
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Campus students and student family members are continuing to rally against a campus decision to discontinue dependent health insurance, although the campus has agreed to provide temporary financial assistance to those hurt by the change.
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Campus students and student family members are continuing to rally against a campus decision to discontinue dependent health insurance, although the campus has agreed to provide temporary financial assistance to those hurt by the change.
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The Student Health Insurance Plan will no longer offer coverage for dependents of students beginning this fall, prompting outcry from some whose children or partners may be adversely affected by the change.
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The Student Health Insurance Plan will no longer offer coverage for dependents of students beginning this fall, prompting outcry from some whose children or partners may be adversely affected by the change.
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