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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Campus sophomore Nathan Mizell will be filling in for former ASUC Executive Vice President Andy Theocharous for the rest of the semester.
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Campus sophomore Nathan Mizell will be filling in for former ASUC Executive Vice President Andy Theocharous for the rest of the semester.
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In light of the global coronavirus pandemic, the ASUC has moved all senate and committee meetings online, making attendance at the meetings nonmandatory.
In light of the global coronavirus pandemic, the ASUC has moved all senate and committee meetings online, making attendance at the meetings nonmandatory.
The virtual ASUC Senate weekly meeting Wednesday was dominated by a discussion of campus administration's and UCPD’s responses to the outbreak of COVID-19.
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The virtual ASUC Senate weekly meeting Wednesday was dominated by a discussion of campus administration's and UCPD’s responses to the outbreak of COVID-19.
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UC Berkeley has a rich and diverse collection of clubs and organizations, such as the UC Berkeley Society of Women Engineers and Berkeley Women in Business, that aim to empower female-identifying students and help them enter male-dominated careers.
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UC Berkeley has a rich and diverse collection of clubs and organizations, such as the UC Berkeley Society of Women Engineers and Berkeley Women in Business, that aim to empower female-identifying students and help them enter male-dominated careers.
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As the COVID-19 pandemic prompted students and course instructors to reorganize their spring semester, the ASUC has been working with campus administration to communicate student needs.
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As the COVID-19 pandemic prompted students and course instructors to reorganize their spring semester, the ASUC has been working with campus administration to communicate student needs.
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ASUC Senator Milton Zerman resigned at the ASUC Senate meeting Feb. 19, during which several grievances on perceived injustices were discussed. Zerman resigned in protest of the rejection of his controversial bill to condemn Bears for Palestine for its cubicle display in Eshleman Hall.
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ASUC Senator Milton Zerman resigned at the ASUC Senate meeting Feb. 19, during which several grievances on perceived injustices were discussed. Zerman resigned in protest of the rejection of his controversial bill to condemn Bears for Palestine for its cubicle display in Eshleman Hall.
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The ASUC University and External Affairs Committee voted against SR 19/20-032, Senator Milton Zerman’s bill that would condemn Bears for Palestine for its cubicle display in Eshleman Hall. Many members of the public attended to comment on the bill, most of whom stood in solidarity with BFP.
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The ASUC University and External Affairs Committee voted against SR 19/20-032, Senator Milton Zerman’s bill that would condemn Bears for Palestine for its cubicle display in Eshleman Hall. Many members of the public attended to comment on the bill, most of whom stood in solidarity with BFP.
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More than 200 people attended the ASUC Senate’s University and External Affairs Committee meeting Monday on ASUC Senator Milton Zerman’s contentious bill titled “Condemning Bears for Palestine for Their Display in Eshleman Hall Glorifying Violent Terrorists.”
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More than 200 people attended the ASUC Senate’s University and External Affairs Committee meeting Monday on ASUC Senator Milton Zerman’s contentious bill titled “Condemning Bears for Palestine for Their Display in Eshleman Hall Glorifying Violent Terrorists.”
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The ASUC Senate held its first meeting of the semester Wednesday, discussing the Wall Street Journal partnership and the absence of gender-neutral bathrooms in the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union.
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The ASUC Senate held its first meeting of the semester Wednesday, discussing the Wall Street Journal partnership and the absence of gender-neutral bathrooms in the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union.
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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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