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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 19, 2023

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If we don’t want to continue to be UC Berkeley’s financial scapegoat, then it is up to us to reject any attempt to put the cost of the software on students.
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If we don’t want to continue to be UC Berkeley’s financial scapegoat, then it is up to us to reject any attempt to put the cost of the software on students.
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When the Student Technology Fund, or STF, fee failed to pass due to low voter turnout this April, undergraduate student Tarang Srivastava was surprised.
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When the Student Technology Fund, or STF, fee failed to pass due to low voter turnout this April, undergraduate student Tarang Srivastava was surprised.
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UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ has committed to securing emergency funding for student access to Microsoft and Adobe software for the upcoming academic year.
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UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ has committed to securing emergency funding for student access to Microsoft and Adobe software for the upcoming academic year.
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If this campus is serious about being the No. 1 public university in the world, then it cannot leave its students without access to the tools we need to succeed.
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If this campus is serious about being the No. 1 public university in the world, then it cannot leave its students without access to the tools we need to succeed.
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The failed renewal of the Student Technology Fee during the ASUC elections in April impacts students' ability to access technology services.
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The failed renewal of the Student Technology Fee during the ASUC elections in April impacts students' ability to access technology services.
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During its Thursday meeting, the Graduate Assembly discussed a partnership with the Native American campus community to share Anthony Hall.
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During its Thursday meeting, the Graduate Assembly discussed a partnership with the Native American campus community to share Anthony Hall.
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If you’ve ever gone to a public school, then you are probably aware of school-funded programs you can download. These programs are typically very useful and important devices to succeed in an academic environment.
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If you’ve ever gone to a public school, then you are probably aware of school-funded programs you can download. These programs are typically very useful and important devices to succeed in an academic environment.
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During this week’s ASUC elections, students will vote on a $51 semesterly fee that aims to continue the availability of software programs and fund student technology initiatives.
During this week’s ASUC elections, students will vote on a $51 semesterly fee that aims to continue the availability of software programs and fund student technology initiatives.
The ASUC Senate unanimously passed a bill Wednesday night to place a fee referendum on the spring ballot that would charge students $51 per semester to pay for software and technology initiatives.
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The ASUC Senate unanimously passed a bill Wednesday night to place a fee referendum on the spring ballot that would charge students $51 per semester to pay for software and technology initiatives.
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