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BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 30, 2023

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Denim Ohmit

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At its penultimate meeting of the semester Wednesday, the ASUC Senate was updated on the progress made in negotiations to install relaxation centers on campus.
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At its penultimate meeting of the semester Wednesday, the ASUC Senate was updated on the progress made in negotiations to install relaxation centers on campus.
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After tabulations on Thursday, next year’s ASUC Senate class at first glance appears similar to last year’s; however, it shows slight shifts in community and party representation.
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After tabulations on Thursday, next year’s ASUC Senate class at first glance appears similar to last year’s; however, it shows slight shifts in community and party representation.
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Hundreds of people filed into Wheeler Auditorium on Thursday night to witness the results of this year’s ASUC elections, driving the room to a fever pitch of cheers as votes were tallied on a projector screen.
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Hundreds of people filed into Wheeler Auditorium on Thursday night to witness the results of this year’s ASUC elections, driving the room to a fever pitch of cheers as votes were tallied on a projector screen.
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CalSERVE's presidential candidate Yordanos Dejen plans consist of looking to make lower Sproul a central space for the student community and improving campus climate.
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CalSERVE's presidential candidate Yordanos Dejen plans consist of looking to make lower Sproul a central space for the student community and improving campus climate.
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Monday night, CalSERVE released its executive slate for the 2015-16 ASUC elections – all of whom are women.
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Monday night, CalSERVE released its executive slate for the 2015-16 ASUC elections – all of whom are women.
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The ASUC Senate passed a bill last Wednesday updating the bylaws defining grants offered through the office of the Academic Affairs Vice President to improve clarity for applicants and ASUC officials.
The ASUC Senate passed a bill last Wednesday updating the bylaws defining grants offered through the office of the Academic Affairs Vice President to improve clarity for applicants and ASUC officials.
The office of the ASUC Academic Affairs Vice President announced it is accepting applications for the campus’ first student-run Academic Assembly, a body convened by the office to discuss solutions to issues faced by students.
The office of the ASUC Academic Affairs Vice President announced it is accepting applications for the campus’ first student-run Academic Assembly, a body convened by the office to discuss solutions to issues faced by students.
Many executives have noted the cohesion within the now-complete executive board. Since taking office, Chou has started work on issues that align with other executive offices’ aims, including mental health and the distribution of grants and scholarships.
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Many executives have noted the cohesion within the now-complete executive board. Since taking office, Chou has started work on issues that align with other executive offices’ aims, including mental health and the distribution of grants and scholarships.
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Mon-Shane Chou was unanimously confirmed by the ASUC senate as academic affairs vice president after more than six weeks of the position being vacant.
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Mon-Shane Chou was unanimously confirmed by the ASUC senate as academic affairs vice president after more than six weeks of the position being vacant.
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Currently, a committee is considering two candidates, senior Kyle Shackleford and fifth-year senior Mon-Shane Chou, to be the next AAVP.
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Currently, a committee is considering two candidates, senior Kyle Shackleford and fifth-year senior Mon-Shane Chou, to be the next AAVP.
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