BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Amid years of financial losses from the ASUC-managed Cal Lodge, the student government has now hired two consultants in hopes of increasing the profitability of the property, which has traditionally served as a retreat location for students, organizations, faculty and alumni.
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Amid years of financial losses from the ASUC-managed Cal Lodge, the student government has now hired two consultants in hopes of increasing the profitability of the property, which has traditionally served as a retreat location for students, organizations, faculty and alumni.
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UC Berkeley junior Pavan Upadhyayula is running for ASUC president with Student Action to address issues of student life and safety, campus culture and transparency.
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UC Berkeley junior Pavan Upadhyayula is running for ASUC president with Student Action to address issues of student life and safety, campus culture and transparency.
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The ASUC Senate unanimously voiced its support to grant the Berkeley Student Food Collective a vendor space in the new Lower Sproul, barring one abstention, by passing Senate Bill 47 at its Wednesday meeting.
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The ASUC Senate unanimously voiced its support to grant the Berkeley Student Food Collective a vendor space in the new Lower Sproul, barring one abstention, by passing Senate Bill 47 at its Wednesday meeting.
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Four UC Berkeley students were arrested Monday morning in San Francisco on suspicion of trespassing during a protest against the highly-disputed proposal to construct the Keystone XL Pipeline.
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Four UC Berkeley students were arrested Monday morning in San Francisco on suspicion of trespassing during a protest against the highly-disputed proposal to construct the Keystone XL Pipeline.
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Members of the Berkeley Referendum Coalition gathered together Thursday evening to celebrate the successful collection of enough community signatures to suspend a controversial redistricting plan passed by the City Council late last year.
Members of the Berkeley Referendum Coalition gathered together Thursday evening to celebrate the successful collection of enough community signatures to suspend a controversial redistricting plan passed by the City Council late last year.
Members of the UC Berkeley chapter of CALPIRG and the ASUC gathered Monday morning at Sather Gate to speak out against the issue of rising textbook costs across the country and advocate for alternative options.
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Members of the UC Berkeley chapter of CALPIRG and the ASUC gathered Monday morning at Sather Gate to speak out against the issue of rising textbook costs across the country and advocate for alternative options.
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With the absence of a Student Action party majority in the ASUC Senate for the first time in three years, CalSERVE used its new strength to pass more bills than its rival.
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With the absence of a Student Action party majority in the ASUC Senate for the first time in three years, CalSERVE used its new strength to pass more bills than its rival.
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In the last “fireside chat” of the semester, UC Berkeley students convened with Chancellor Nicholas Dirks to discuss current challenges in reducing waste and continuing sustainability projects on campus.
In the last “fireside chat” of the semester, UC Berkeley students convened with Chancellor Nicholas Dirks to discuss current challenges in reducing waste and continuing sustainability projects on campus.
The campaign for a student district is finally in its last stages. As the Dec. 31 deadline for the City Council to complete redistricting approaches, only two maps remain. The fact that both maps were produced by students and contain a student district is a testament to how far this campaign has come.
The campaign for a student district is finally in its last stages. As the Dec. 31 deadline for the City Council to complete redistricting approaches, only two maps remain. The fact that both maps were produced by students and contain a student district is a testament to how far this campaign has come.
In spite of the Tuesday afternoon drizzle, about 75 protesters lined up through Sather Gate hoisting a 90-foot inflatable Keystone-XL “pipeline” above their heads to protest the contentious project that would conduct crude oil from Alberta to Nebraska.
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In spite of the Tuesday afternoon drizzle, about 75 protesters lined up through Sather Gate hoisting a 90-foot inflatable Keystone-XL “pipeline” above their heads to protest the contentious project that would conduct crude oil from Alberta to Nebraska.
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