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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

Take a look at our 2022 midterm elections special issue!
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The night’s results mark a major victory for Student Action, which won all the executive seats it campaigned for, and a tough loss for CalSERVE, with only party member Nuha Khalfay managing to secure a spot in the executive office.
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The night’s results mark a major victory for Student Action, which won all the executive seats it campaigned for, and a tough loss for CalSERVE, with only party member Nuha Khalfay managing to secure a spot in the executive office.
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Along with a new batch of ASUC executives and senators, students learned both referendums on the ballot passed during Friday’s tabulations ceremony, revising the ASUC constitution and tacking on another student fee for the upcoming year.
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Along with a new batch of ASUC executives and senators, students learned both referendums on the ballot passed during Friday’s tabulations ceremony, revising the ASUC constitution and tacking on another student fee for the upcoming year.
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During the event, candidates shared their perspectives on a variety of issues, including housing, mental health, basic needs security and the protection of undocumented students.
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During the event, candidates shared their perspectives on a variety of issues, including housing, mental health, basic needs security and the protection of undocumented students.
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In 2016, The Daily Californian reported that campus fees total more than $1,100 yearly — the total has gone up because of increases written into certain referendums as well as the addition of two referendums in 2017.
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In 2016, The Daily Californian reported that campus fees total more than $1,100 yearly — the total has gone up because of increases written into certain referendums as well as the addition of two referendums in 2017.
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As ASUC elections draw near, students will not only be voting for candidates running for ASUC, but they will also have the opportunity to vote on two referendums: the Enrollment Clarification Act and the Student Transformation through Academic Recruitment and Retention Referendum, or STARR.
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As ASUC elections draw near, students will not only be voting for candidates running for ASUC, but they will also have the opportunity to vote on two referendums: the Enrollment Clarification Act and the Student Transformation through Academic Recruitment and Retention Referendum, or STARR.
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At the Point of No Return meeting, the Elections Council arranged the order in which all approved candidates on the ballot would appear, including 12 independent senate candidates.
At the Point of No Return meeting, the Elections Council arranged the order in which all approved candidates on the ballot would appear, including 12 independent senate candidates.