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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

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Although no bills were passed at the first ASUC senate meeting of the fall semester Wednesday night, a number of executive officers gave reports detailing the progress they had made so far and the initiatives that they planned to tackle this year.
Although no bills were passed at the first ASUC senate meeting of the fall semester Wednesday night, a number of executive officers gave reports detailing the progress they had made so far and the initiatives that they planned to tackle this year.
Napolitano, who also served as the Governor of Arizona, will be the first female president of the university.
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Napolitano, who also served as the Governor of Arizona, will be the first female president of the university.
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Berkeley’s city council became first in the nation last Tuesday to adopt an official policy to divest funds from 200 fossil fuel-producing companies, joining a nationwide movement to try to help curb global climate change.
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Berkeley’s city council became first in the nation last Tuesday to adopt an official policy to divest funds from 200 fossil fuel-producing companies, joining a nationwide movement to try to help curb global climate change.
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Following two U.S. Supreme Court decisions regarding same-sex marriage on Wednesday morning, members of the Berkeley community celebrated a major victory for the LGBTQIA community.
Following two U.S. Supreme Court decisions regarding same-sex marriage on Wednesday morning, members of the Berkeley community celebrated a major victory for the LGBTQIA community.
Around 250 students and Berkeley residents attended the 15th annual Berkeley Pride event Monday afternoon at Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse that featured some of the Bay Area’s most renowned performers and speakers.
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Around 250 students and Berkeley residents attended the 15th annual Berkeley Pride event Monday afternoon at Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse that featured some of the Bay Area’s most renowned performers and speakers.
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Despite opposition from UC officials and faculty, California state senators unanimously passed a controversial online education bill on Thursday that creates a grant program for faculty at the state’s institutions of higher education to develop online courses.
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Despite opposition from UC officials and faculty, California state senators unanimously passed a controversial online education bill on Thursday that creates a grant program for faculty at the state’s institutions of higher education to develop online courses.
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Despite budget cuts and increased tuition, undergraduate students in the UC system are satisfied with the quality of their educations, according to survey results released this week by the UC Office of the President.
Despite budget cuts and increased tuition, undergraduate students in the UC system are satisfied with the quality of their educations, according to survey results released this week by the UC Office of the President.
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 Senate voted to table a bill that called for the ASUC to seek “investment opportunities that strengthen Israeli-Palestinian cooperation” at its meeting Wednesday night.
The ASUC Senate voted to table a bill that called for the ASUC to seek “investment opportunities that strengthen Israeli-Palestinian cooperation” at its meeting Wednesday night.
It has only been five days since the ASUC results were announced, but many newly elected members of the ASUC say they are already looking forward to their first steps in office.
It has only been five days since the ASUC results were announced, but many newly elected members of the ASUC say they are already looking forward to their first steps in office.