BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Briana Mullen

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Fifteen independent UC Berkeley students held their first town hall meeting Thursday to discuss their struggles pertaining to financial aid, and social and mental health support.
Fifteen independent UC Berkeley students held their first town hall meeting Thursday to discuss their struggles pertaining to financial aid, and social and mental health support.
Campus leaders commemorated the placement of the final steel beam in Eshleman Hall’s frame as part of a special ceremony marking a milestone in ongoing construction in Lower Sproul Tuesday afternoon .
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Campus leaders commemorated the placement of the final steel beam in Eshleman Hall’s frame as part of a special ceremony marking a milestone in ongoing construction in Lower Sproul Tuesday afternoon .
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On Monday, the senate constitutional review committee unanimously agreed to nominate the current Solicitor General Natalja Karniouchina to serve as ASUC Attorney General, more than four months since the position was supposed to be filled.
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On Monday, the senate constitutional review committee unanimously agreed to nominate the current Solicitor General Natalja Karniouchina to serve as ASUC Attorney General, more than four months since the position was supposed to be filled.
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The Golden Bear Cafe has closed for most of the summer so that construction crews can waterproof the west side of Sproul Plaza to stop water from leaking into the underground parking garage below the cafe’s patio.
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The Golden Bear Cafe has closed for most of the summer so that construction crews can waterproof the west side of Sproul Plaza to stop water from leaking into the underground parking garage below the cafe’s patio.
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With rising tuition costs, UC Berkeley students are finding various means to support themselves through college. Five students spoke on their situations.
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With rising tuition costs, UC Berkeley students are finding various means to support themselves through college. Five students spoke on their situations.
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In the multi-million dollar redevelopment of Lower Sproul Plaza, ASUC officials and other students have made something clear: the student voice should serve as the backbone of the project.
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In the multi-million dollar redevelopment of Lower Sproul Plaza, ASUC officials and other students have made something clear: the student voice should serve as the backbone of the project.
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Encouraging proactive dialogue regarding mental health issues on campus, around 550 people walked a 2 mile route through campus Sunday afternoon as a part of a suicide prevention event.
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Encouraging proactive dialogue regarding mental health issues on campus, around 550 people walked a 2 mile route through campus Sunday afternoon as a part of a suicide prevention event.
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The ASUC senate unanimously voted Wednesday night to fund a scholarship in honor of Maliq Nixon, a UC Berkeley sophomore who passed away last semester.
The ASUC senate unanimously voted Wednesday night to fund a scholarship in honor of Maliq Nixon, a UC Berkeley sophomore who passed away last semester.
The UC Office of the President announced Monday that they will collaborate with Directing Change, a video contest that seeks to amplify suicide prevention and mental health awareness.
The UC Office of the President announced Monday that they will collaborate with Directing Change, a video contest that seeks to amplify suicide prevention and mental health awareness.