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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

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The ASUC Senate Inter-semester Committee met Wednesday and passed four resolutions, including one to rename the senate chambers in Eshleman Hall to the Courtney Garg Brousseau Chambers.
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The ASUC Senate Inter-semester Committee met Wednesday and passed four resolutions, including one to rename the senate chambers in Eshleman Hall to the Courtney Garg Brousseau Chambers.
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Known for his love for public transit, trains and bicycles and for his passion, UC Berkeley alumnus Courtney Brousseau died Monday at age 22 surrounded by his family.
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Known for his love for public transit, trains and bicycles and for his passion, UC Berkeley alumnus Courtney Brousseau died Monday at age 22 surrounded by his family.
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La Cocina opened the new pop-ups after dining service Chartwells, which was contracted to provide food vendors in Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union, terminated its 10-year lease with the ASUC Student Union.
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La Cocina opened the new pop-ups after dining service Chartwells, which was contracted to provide food vendors in Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union, terminated its 10-year lease with the ASUC Student Union.
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1951 Coffee Company, a nonprofit organization that hires refugees to facilitate integration into the community, is opening a new location at the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union on Aug. 13.
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1951 Coffee Company, a nonprofit organization that hires refugees to facilitate integration into the community, is opening a new location at the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union on Aug. 13.
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At the last board meeting in April, motions were passed to place the GA’s funds into separate accounts from the ASUC's and reinstate GA executives as signatories on the ASUC account until the GA has its own accounts. Ansel’s demand occurred less than two weeks after the GA’s secession from the ASUC, a culmination of tensions that have existed since the GA’s founding in the 1960s.
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At the last board meeting in April, motions were passed to place the GA’s funds into separate accounts from the ASUC's and reinstate GA executives as signatories on the ASUC account until the GA has its own accounts. Ansel’s demand occurred less than two weeks after the GA’s secession from the ASUC, a culmination of tensions that have existed since the GA’s founding in the 1960s.
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UC Berkeley Mobile is a campus app designed to connect users to campus services, such as course schedules and library tools. The app was created in conjunction with Modo Labs, which has designed similar apps for other schools, such as Harvard University.
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UC Berkeley Mobile is a campus app designed to connect users to campus services, such as course schedules and library tools. The app was created in conjunction with Modo Labs, which has designed similar apps for other schools, such as Harvard University.
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The vacant space in the first floor of Eshleman Hall won’t stay empty for long — Berkeley boba shop TeaOne is set to open up in February.
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The vacant space in the first floor of Eshleman Hall won’t stay empty for long — Berkeley boba shop TeaOne is set to open up in February.
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Dozens of students filled a Berkeley Forum event at Wurster Hall on Thursday night to hear Podium app creator Alix Generous speak about her experience with Asperger's syndrome and the importance of mental health.
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Dozens of students filled a Berkeley Forum event at Wurster Hall on Thursday night to hear Podium app creator Alix Generous speak about her experience with Asperger's syndrome and the importance of mental health.
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In a decisive victory Tuesday night, former secretary of state Hillary Clinton won the California primary and clinched the nomination for the Democratic party, becoming the first female to secure a major party nomination.
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In a decisive victory Tuesday night, former secretary of state Hillary Clinton won the California primary and clinched the nomination for the Democratic party, becoming the first female to secure a major party nomination.
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Speaking with his fists clenched, his finger pointing and his face flushed, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders expounded on his progressive platforms — including raising the federal minimum wage and making public colleges tuition-free — at a UC Berkeley press conference Friday afternoon.
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Speaking with his fists clenched, his finger pointing and his face flushed, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders expounded on his progressive platforms — including raising the federal minimum wage and making public colleges tuition-free — at a UC Berkeley press conference Friday afternoon.
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