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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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UC Berkeley junior transfer Aileen Sanchez is running for the ASUC transfer representative position with the Elevate Cal coalition. 
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UC Berkeley junior transfer Aileen Sanchez is running for the ASUC transfer representative position with the Elevate Cal coalition. 
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Campus sophomore Manuel Cisneros found his motive to run for ASUC senator amid UC Berkeley’s enrollment freeze controversy.
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Campus sophomore Manuel Cisneros found his motive to run for ASUC senator amid UC Berkeley’s enrollment freeze controversy.
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On campus and in our classes, other students like me feel like minorities. Yet, when we come to Rochdale Village, we have a space to call our own.
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On campus and in our classes, other students like me feel like minorities. Yet, when we come to Rochdale Village, we have a space to call our own.
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The ASUC Senate passed SR 21/22-019 in support of U.S. House Resolution 2590 and delivered committee and office updates Wednesday. 
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The ASUC Senate passed SR 21/22-019 in support of U.S. House Resolution 2590 and delivered committee and office updates Wednesday. 
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During this year’s move-out season, I have hope that we can collectively mobilize behind the Cooperative Reuse program to redistribute thousands of furniture items and leave Berkeley a more sustainable place.
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During this year’s move-out season, I have hope that we can collectively mobilize behind the Cooperative Reuse program to redistribute thousands of furniture items and leave Berkeley a more sustainable place.
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UC Berkeley students living in on-campus or off-campus congregate housing will soon be able to consider themselves one among the 7 million Californians fully vaccinated as of press time, with the help of University Health Services, or UHS.
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UC Berkeley students living in on-campus or off-campus congregate housing will soon be able to consider themselves one among the 7 million Californians fully vaccinated as of press time, with the help of University Health Services, or UHS.
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When a Berkeley tenant’s roommate, a student at UC Berkeley, left the city a month before the pandemic unfolded, the tenant decided to renew the lease on their rent-controlled apartment. The tenant said they thought they could find another roommate, and they reckoned it would be hard to find a cheaper place to live.
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When a Berkeley tenant’s roommate, a student at UC Berkeley, left the city a month before the pandemic unfolded, the tenant decided to renew the lease on their rent-controlled apartment. The tenant said they thought they could find another roommate, and they reckoned it would be hard to find a cheaper place to live.
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Students and community members spoke Monday in protest of campus plans to build housing on People’s Park.
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Students and community members spoke Monday in protest of campus plans to build housing on People’s Park.
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Following a surge in UC Berkeley COVID-19 cases, student leaders called for increased adherence to public health guidelines and accountability at Tuesday’s “COVID Conversations: Congregate Student Living” webinar.
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Following a surge in UC Berkeley COVID-19 cases, student leaders called for increased adherence to public health guidelines and accountability at Tuesday’s “COVID Conversations: Congregate Student Living” webinar.
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At one time, there were dozens of wheelchair users on campus, said campus senior Alena Morales. By the time she got into UC Berkeley in 2016, she said she was the only wheelchair user admitted into undergraduate studies that year.
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At one time, there were dozens of wheelchair users on campus, said campus senior Alena Morales. By the time she got into UC Berkeley in 2016, she said she was the only wheelchair user admitted into undergraduate studies that year.
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