‘Loss of a safety net’: Lack of Student Technology Fund fee impacts UC Berkeley

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Despite the Student Technology Fee receiving a majority of the votes in the 2021 ASUC Elections, it failed to meet a campus policy that requires a minimum voter threshold of 20% of all enrolled and eligible students to be met for a referendum to pass. The failed renewal of the referendum impacts students' ability to access technology services.

The failed renewal of the Student Technology Fee during the ASUC elections in April impacts students’ ability to access technology services.
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5 amazing projects from Cal Hacks

More than 1,000 hackers gathered at Memorial Stadium this weekend for Cal Hacks, a 36-hour hackathon where students compete by coding apps. The Clog went around to some of the hackers to talk about their projects. Here are five we thought were the most creative and useful for college students. 1.
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Cal hosts 36-hour hackathon

On Oct. 3-5, Cal hosted its first major collegiate hackathon at Memorial Stadium, a 36-hour event that brought student hackers and innovators from across the nation for a weekend of hacking, building, and playing. For the full story, click here: http://www.dailycal.org/2014/10/05/hackers-gather-36-hour-hackathon-california-memorial-stadium/ Filmed by Karen Lin, Chris Vinan Edited by Karen Lin
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