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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Instructional Resilience and Enhancement Fee

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The Instructional Resilience and Enhancement Fee, or IREF, proposed by UC Berkeley administration to fund instructional technology was decreased from an annual cost of $264 to $212 following negotiations with the ASUC, the Graduate Assembly and the Committee on Student Fees.
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The Instructional Resilience and Enhancement Fee, or IREF, proposed by UC Berkeley administration to fund instructional technology was decreased from an annual cost of $264 to $212 following negotiations with the ASUC, the Graduate Assembly and the Committee on Student Fees.
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Amid an intense elections season, the ASUC Senate discussed budgets, personal projects and financial aid at its regular Wednesday meeting.
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Amid an intense elections season, the ASUC Senate discussed budgets, personal projects and financial aid at its regular Wednesday meeting.
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If the IREF passes, students will face an additional $132 semesterly fee to pay for items that should be coming out of campus’s existing budget.
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If the IREF passes, students will face an additional $132 semesterly fee to pay for items that should be coming out of campus’s existing budget.
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After weeks of deliberation, the ASUC Senate passed a resolution revoking funding and support for the Cal Interfraternity Council, or IFC, at its Wednesday meeting.
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After weeks of deliberation, the ASUC Senate passed a resolution revoking funding and support for the Cal Interfraternity Council, or IFC, at its Wednesday meeting.
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Requiring an additional, annual $278 fee from students for online resources, especially as tuition has not been reduced, is simply exploitative.
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Requiring an additional, annual $278 fee from students for online resources, especially as tuition has not been reduced, is simply exploitative.
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Campus administration has proposed a $139 per semester fee to fund student technology, drawing criticism from ASUC officials who say the process is not transparent and that campus funds should be used instead. 
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Campus administration has proposed a $139 per semester fee to fund student technology, drawing criticism from ASUC officials who say the process is not transparent and that campus funds should be used instead. 
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