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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 20, 2023

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In recent years, Latinx and Chicanx students have made up a greater percentage of UC Berkeley’s transfer admit classes than its freshman admit classes — in the 2022-2023 cycle, nearly 30% of all admitted Latinx and Chicanx students were transfers.
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In recent years, Latinx and Chicanx students have made up a greater percentage of UC Berkeley’s transfer admit classes than its freshman admit classes — in the 2022-2023 cycle, nearly 30% of all admitted Latinx and Chicanx students were transfers.
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In 2013, UC Berkeley alumni, Danny Murillo and Steven Czifra, met on campus and shared their backgrounds on being formerly incarcerated and system impacted individuals. Together, Murillo and Czifra co-founded the Underground Scholars Initiative, or USI, a student-run organization for those who have been personally impacted by the U.S. criminal justice system.
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In 2013, UC Berkeley alumni, Danny Murillo and Steven Czifra, met on campus and shared their backgrounds on being formerly incarcerated and system impacted individuals. Together, Murillo and Czifra co-founded the Underground Scholars Initiative, or USI, a student-run organization for those who have been personally impacted by the U.S. criminal justice system.
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UC freshman and transfer graduation rates within four and two years, respectively, are at their highest since 1996, according to the UC’s online information center.
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UC freshman and transfer graduation rates within four and two years, respectively, are at their highest since 1996, according to the UC’s online information center.
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Violeta Alvarez, executive director of the Berkeley Underground Scholars program, was named “2018 Woman of the Year” by state Sen. Nancy Skinner for her work with formerly incarcerated students in a tweet Tuesday.
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Violeta Alvarez, executive director of the Berkeley Underground Scholars program, was named “2018 Woman of the Year” by state Sen. Nancy Skinner for her work with formerly incarcerated students in a tweet Tuesday.
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Francis, or “Frankie,” Guzman, a 2007 UC Berkeley graduate, returned to his alma mater Sunday afternoon to address the second graduating class of the Underground Scholars Initiative, a pioneering program unique to UC Berkeley that connects campus resources to formerly incarcerated students and students with formerly incarcerated family members.
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Francis, or “Frankie,” Guzman, a 2007 UC Berkeley graduate, returned to his alma mater Sunday afternoon to address the second graduating class of the Underground Scholars Initiative, a pioneering program unique to UC Berkeley that connects campus resources to formerly incarcerated students and students with formerly incarcerated family members.
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Two resolutions — one urging UC Berkeley to create an undergraduate voting holiday and another advocating for greater space allocation to the Educational Opportunity and Undocumented Students programs — passed through the ASUC Senate without debate at its meeting Wednesday.
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Two resolutions — one urging UC Berkeley to create an undergraduate voting holiday and another advocating for greater space allocation to the Educational Opportunity and Undocumented Students programs — passed through the ASUC Senate without debate at its meeting Wednesday.
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Four ballot measures — including two that include a total of $81.50 in mandatory semester campus fees to go into effect fall 2015 — passed in this year’s ASUC general elections.
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Four ballot measures — including two that include a total of $81.50 in mandatory semester campus fees to go into effect fall 2015 — passed in this year’s ASUC general elections.
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While deliberating SB 66, a bill to amend new ASUC election bylaws that passed unanimously, a majority of the Senate decided to remove campaigning restrictions on university-owned study spaces from the bill. Candidates are allowed to campaign in any space within a university run building (including hallways), wear clothing indicating political affiliation and send electronic messages.
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While deliberating SB 66, a bill to amend new ASUC election bylaws that passed unanimously, a majority of the Senate decided to remove campaigning restrictions on university-owned study spaces from the bill. Candidates are allowed to campaign in any space within a university run building (including hallways), wear clothing indicating political affiliation and send electronic messages.
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UC Berkeley junior Leah Romm announced Tuesday that she will run for ASUC student advocate.
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UC Berkeley junior Leah Romm announced Tuesday that she will run for ASUC student advocate.
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