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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

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Although accommodations can make academic life much easier for disabled students, the process of receiving them often does not. 
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Although accommodations can make academic life much easier for disabled students, the process of receiving them often does not. 
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Having an invisible disability means that oftentimes people won’t believe you or believe the severity of your pain, doubling the time it takes to get diagnosed.
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Having an invisible disability means that oftentimes people won’t believe you or believe the severity of your pain, doubling the time it takes to get diagnosed.
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UC Berkeley will still hold final exams — albeit modified — and will not default to P/NP grading amid the ongoing UAW academic workers strike.
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UC Berkeley will still hold final exams — albeit modified — and will not default to P/NP grading amid the ongoing UAW academic workers strike.
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I knew I couldn’t feed my hunger for instant success without putting my wellness in jeopardy. Instead, I crafted a semester-long 5-part plan to resist my appetite for perfection
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I knew I couldn’t feed my hunger for instant success without putting my wellness in jeopardy. Instead, I crafted a semester-long 5-part plan to resist my appetite for perfection
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Disabled students have long expressed allegations of difficulty finding proper support or accommodations within the program.
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Disabled students have long expressed allegations of difficulty finding proper support or accommodations within the program.
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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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Current ASUC Academic Affairs Vice President, or AAVP, James Weichert is running for reelection in the upcoming ASUC election, hoping to continue his work on academic student advocacy and equitable academic policies. 
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Current ASUC Academic Affairs Vice President, or AAVP, James Weichert is running for reelection in the upcoming ASUC election, hoping to continue his work on academic student advocacy and equitable academic policies. 
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The concern for those with disabilities and high-risk students should be enough to warrant the continuation of the mask mandate.
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The concern for those with disabilities and high-risk students should be enough to warrant the continuation of the mask mandate.
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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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The Disabled Students' Program, or DSP, acquired emergency funding that will allow four staff members to begin work in spring 2022.
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The Disabled Students' Program, or DSP, acquired emergency funding that will allow four staff members to begin work in spring 2022.
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