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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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I initially arrived at UC Berkeley sure of myself with goals and knowing what I wanted to do in the future. Now as I navigate my final year here, I am unsure of what I want. In some ways, you could say my experiences have broken me — and there is some truth to that. However, at some point, I realized I needed to let go of my fear of failing.
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I initially arrived at UC Berkeley sure of myself with goals and knowing what I wanted to do in the future. Now as I navigate my final year here, I am unsure of what I want. In some ways, you could say my experiences have broken me — and there is some truth to that. However, at some point, I realized I needed to let go of my fear of failing.
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UC Berkeley has seen an increase in Latine student enrollment and representation in several academic disciplines following the establishment of initiatives to improve diversity and inclusion.
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UC Berkeley has seen an increase in Latine student enrollment and representation in several academic disciplines following the establishment of initiatives to improve diversity and inclusion.
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As UC Berkeley continues to see an increase in students enrolled in the Disabled Students’ Program, DSP must change and provide genuine support for the ever-growing population of disabled UC Berkeley students it claims to serve but currently fails to adequately.
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As UC Berkeley continues to see an increase in students enrolled in the Disabled Students’ Program, DSP must change and provide genuine support for the ever-growing population of disabled UC Berkeley students it claims to serve but currently fails to adequately.
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Karen Nielson resigned from her position as director of UC Berkeley’s Disabled Students' Program, or DSP, Wednesday, and will be moving to work at UC Santa Cruz as director of its Disability Resource Center. 
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Karen Nielson resigned from her position as director of UC Berkeley’s Disabled Students' Program, or DSP, Wednesday, and will be moving to work at UC Santa Cruz as director of its Disability Resource Center. 
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In order to improve access to digital resources, campus recently launched a new committee made of students, staff and faculty which will focus on increasing digital accessibility for its 65,000-person community.
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In order to improve access to digital resources, campus recently launched a new committee made of students, staff and faculty which will focus on increasing digital accessibility for its 65,000-person community.
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ASUC officials and campus students made announcements about end-of-year events during Wednesday’s regular ASUC Senate meeting. 
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ASUC officials and campus students made announcements about end-of-year events during Wednesday’s regular ASUC Senate meeting. 
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Campus sophomore Osvaldo Barba is running independently for ASUC Senate on a platform centered on basic needs and student engagement with politics.
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Campus sophomore Osvaldo Barba is running independently for ASUC Senate on a platform centered on basic needs and student engagement with politics.
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UC Berkeley senior Carlos Vázquez is running for the ASUC Senate with Elevate Cal on a platform centered around improving resources for disabled students, promoting cross-cultural solidarity and enhancing parent-student relationships. 
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UC Berkeley senior Carlos Vázquez is running for the ASUC Senate with Elevate Cal on a platform centered around improving resources for disabled students, promoting cross-cultural solidarity and enhancing parent-student relationships. 
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Campus lifted the indoor mask mandate Monday, leaving students and faculty with mixed reactions and plans moving forward.
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Campus lifted the indoor mask mandate Monday, leaving students and faculty with mixed reactions and plans moving forward.
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While my accommodations haven’t made my college experience flawless, I don’t think perfection is necessary to succeed at UC Berkeley.
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While my accommodations haven’t made my college experience flawless, I don’t think perfection is necessary to succeed at UC Berkeley.
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