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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 28, 2022

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The 2020-21 ASUC Senate has fully begun its functions, passing resolutions as well as discussing student life and campus policing at its meeting Wednesday.
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The 2020-21 ASUC Senate has fully begun its functions, passing resolutions as well as discussing student life and campus policing at its meeting Wednesday.
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The La Cocina's Cantina restaurants in the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union will not be reopening in the fall.
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The La Cocina's Cantina restaurants in the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union will not be reopening in the fall.
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Pinky and Red’s, a Black-owned restaurant in UC Berkeley’s Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union, is in financial trouble due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Pinky and Red’s, a Black-owned restaurant in UC Berkeley’s Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union, is in financial trouble due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Described as a “strong leader” and “fierce advocate,” Bahar Navab began her appointment as UC Berkeley’s associate dean of students and executive director of the ASUC Student Union on May 1.
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Described as a “strong leader” and “fierce advocate,” Bahar Navab began her appointment as UC Berkeley’s associate dean of students and executive director of the ASUC Student Union on May 1.
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After 10 years on Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley’s popular John’s Ice Cream closed Nov. 26, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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After 10 years on Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley’s popular John’s Ice Cream closed Nov. 26, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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The ASUC Senate held a special meeting Friday to pass several bills surrounding new appointments for various positions as well as several measures to increase disability equity on campus and reinforce support for undocumented students.
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The ASUC Senate held a special meeting Friday to pass several bills surrounding new appointments for various positions as well as several measures to increase disability equity on campus and reinforce support for undocumented students.
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The ASUC Diversity Affairs Commission recently released data from the fall 2018 semester that comes from a survey designed to provide transparency surrounding the diversity within the association.
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The ASUC Diversity Affairs Commission recently released data from the fall 2018 semester that comes from a survey designed to provide transparency surrounding the diversity within the association.
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The ASUC Senate met for its weekly meeting Wednesday night to hear updates on campus transportation funding and new campus policies on smoking, as well as to finalize appointments for next year’s internal positions.
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The ASUC Senate met for its weekly meeting Wednesday night to hear updates on campus transportation funding and new campus policies on smoking, as well as to finalize appointments for next year’s internal positions.
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At Wednesday night’s regular ASUC meeting, senators discussed SUPERB’s referendum plan for the upcoming election and the push by the Office of the External Affairs Vice President, or EAVP, to remove the SAT or ACT requirement from the UC application.
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At Wednesday night’s regular ASUC meeting, senators discussed SUPERB’s referendum plan for the upcoming election and the push by the Office of the External Affairs Vice President, or EAVP, to remove the SAT or ACT requirement from the UC application.
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Seven of the independent candidates for the ASUC were brought before the ASUC Judicial Council for elections-related violations. All the recent candidates pleaded guilty to charges at their hearings, which were held Thursday and Friday.
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Seven of the independent candidates for the ASUC were brought before the ASUC Judicial Council for elections-related violations. All the recent candidates pleaded guilty to charges at their hearings, which were held Thursday and Friday.
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