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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 04, 2022

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Making up more than 40% of the state’s population, Latine and Hispanic people are California’s largest ethnic group. Yet, the University of California’s flagship campus does not match this demographic profile. Less than 18% of UC Berkeley’s undergraduate and graduate students identify as Hispanic or Latine, according to fall 2022 enrollment data.
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Making up more than 40% of the state’s population, Latine and Hispanic people are California’s largest ethnic group. Yet, the University of California’s flagship campus does not match this demographic profile. Less than 18% of UC Berkeley’s undergraduate and graduate students identify as Hispanic or Latine, according to fall 2022 enrollment data.
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INSIGHT into Diversity magazine announced Sept. 20 that the UC system received the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award.
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INSIGHT into Diversity magazine announced Sept. 20 that the UC system received the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award.
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A proposal to temporarily designate space in the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union for the Latinx Resource Center was voted down by the ASUC Student Union Board of Directors at their Jan. 15 meeting.
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A proposal to temporarily designate space in the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union for the Latinx Resource Center was voted down by the ASUC Student Union Board of Directors at their Jan. 15 meeting.
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Underrepresented student groups and organizations, including the community of students with disabilities and Indigenous student organizations, have faced long-standing challenges in their fight for allocated spaces on campus. 
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Underrepresented student groups and organizations, including the community of students with disabilities and Indigenous student organizations, have faced long-standing challenges in their fight for allocated spaces on campus. 
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The ASUC Senate met Wednesday night for a short meeting, discussing Cal Dining initiatives and where the UC Berkeley International Office should be located.
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The ASUC Senate met Wednesday night for a short meeting, discussing Cal Dining initiatives and where the UC Berkeley International Office should be located.
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Every year, ASUC officials are required to annually update their Advocacy Agenda, which provides the student body with the ASUC's advocacy goals for the current year.
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Every year, ASUC officials are required to annually update their Advocacy Agenda, which provides the student body with the ASUC's advocacy goals for the current year.
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While the proportion of transfer students and freshman admits from underrepresented groups remained at 38 percent systemwide, UC Berkeley’s percentage increased.
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While the proportion of transfer students and freshman admits from underrepresented groups remained at 38 percent systemwide, UC Berkeley’s percentage increased.
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On May 4, the bridges Multicultural Resource Center and the Queer Alliance Resource Center, or QARC, signed three memorandums of understanding, or MOUs, with campus and student body officials to solidify the next step in obtaining visible and accessible spaces for the organizations.
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On May 4, the bridges Multicultural Resource Center and the Queer Alliance Resource Center, or QARC, signed three memorandums of understanding, or MOUs, with campus and student body officials to solidify the next step in obtaining visible and accessible spaces for the organizations.
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