BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Erwin Chemerinsky, a leading constitutional scholar and the founding dean of UC Irvine School of Law, was recently appointed by campus Chancellor-designate Carol Christ to serve as the next dean of the UC Berkeley School of Law.
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Erwin Chemerinsky, a leading constitutional scholar and the founding dean of UC Irvine School of Law, was recently appointed by campus Chancellor-designate Carol Christ to serve as the next dean of the UC Berkeley School of Law.
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Campus law professor Melissa Murray was named interim dean of the UC Berkeley School of Law on Tuesday, after the former dean resigned amid sexual harassment allegations.
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Campus law professor Melissa Murray was named interim dean of the UC Berkeley School of Law on Tuesday, after the former dean resigned amid sexual harassment allegations.
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With the permits of three food trucks located at Bancroft Way and College Avenue set to expire at the end of March, students rallied Tuesday against their nonrenewal.
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With the permits of three food trucks located at Bancroft Way and College Avenue set to expire at the end of March, students rallied Tuesday against their nonrenewal.
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The ASUC Judicial Council has ruled parts of controversial divestment bill SB 160 unconstitutional, removing clauses that require the ASUC to divest from companies affiliated with the Israeli military.
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The ASUC Judicial Council has ruled parts of controversial divestment bill SB 160 unconstitutional, removing clauses that require the ASUC to divest from companies affiliated with the Israeli military.
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The ASUC Judicial Council heard oral arguments Wednesday in a case regarding controversial divestment bill, SB 160.
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The ASUC Judicial Council heard oral arguments Wednesday in a case regarding controversial divestment bill, SB 160.
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The ASUC Judicial Council lifted its gag order on a case regarding the settlement of charges against controversial Senate bill SB 160 on Tuesday.
The ASUC Judicial Council lifted its gag order on a case regarding the settlement of charges against controversial Senate bill SB 160 on Tuesday.
The ASUC Judicial Council backtracked on its previous decision to approve a settlement of charges against controversial divestment bill SB 160 on Saturday.
The ASUC Judicial Council backtracked on its previous decision to approve a settlement of charges against controversial divestment bill SB 160 on Saturday.
Charges that questioned the constitutionality of controversial divestment bill SB 160 were settled Thursday morning when an agreement was struck that removed a significant portion of the bill.
Charges that questioned the constitutionality of controversial divestment bill SB 160 were settled Thursday morning when an agreement was struck that removed a significant portion of the bill.
Former External Affairs Vice President Joey Freeman and former SQUELCH! Senator Noah Ickowitz have jointly filed charges alleging that the ASUC Senate and SB 160 violated ASUC constitution by-laws.
Former External Affairs Vice President Joey Freeman and former SQUELCH! Senator Noah Ickowitz have jointly filed charges alleging that the ASUC Senate and SB 160 violated ASUC constitution by-laws.
Change was the buzzword in this year’s ASUC election. Not only did CalSERVE successfully elect its first presidential candidate, Deejay Pepito, in four years, traditionally satirical party SQUELCH! claimed its stake in the campus political scene as a viable third party contender.
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Change was the buzzword in this year’s ASUC election. Not only did CalSERVE successfully elect its first presidential candidate, Deejay Pepito, in four years, traditionally satirical party SQUELCH! claimed its stake in the campus political scene as a viable third party contender.
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