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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 28, 2022

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Campus has taken essential steps to safely begin the semester in person. The issue is sustaining progress. 
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Campus has taken essential steps to safely begin the semester in person. The issue is sustaining progress. 
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Campus officials met on a public Zoom teleconference Wednesday to discuss UC Berkeley’s responses to the COVID-19, or the new coronavirus, pandemic.
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Campus officials met on a public Zoom teleconference Wednesday to discuss UC Berkeley’s responses to the COVID-19, or the new coronavirus, pandemic.
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The ASUC Senate met Wednesday night for a short meeting, discussing Cal Dining initiatives and where the UC Berkeley International Office should be located.
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The ASUC Senate met Wednesday night for a short meeting, discussing Cal Dining initiatives and where the UC Berkeley International Office should be located.
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Campus, city, state and national officials have begun to plan census outreach efforts and allocate resources towards the 2020 count, seeking to ensure resources for hard-to-count populations in enumeration.
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Campus, city, state and national officials have begun to plan census outreach efforts and allocate resources towards the 2020 count, seeking to ensure resources for hard-to-count populations in enumeration.
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The Undergraduate Workers Union, or UWU, held a panel Thursday to discuss safety risks and other problems regarding Cal Dining Management in front of Foothill Dining Commons.
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The Undergraduate Workers Union, or UWU, held a panel Thursday to discuss safety risks and other problems regarding Cal Dining Management in front of Foothill Dining Commons.
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Information passed down from UC Berkeley's Human Resources Department and some campus workers’ managers and supervisors left many UC Berkeley employees confused about their ability to take two hours paid leave to vote in the general elections Tuesday in accordance with state law.
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Information passed down from UC Berkeley's Human Resources Department and some campus workers’ managers and supervisors left many UC Berkeley employees confused about their ability to take two hours paid leave to vote in the general elections Tuesday in accordance with state law.
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When polls open across the country Tuesday morning, more than 7,700 newly registered UC Berkeley students will be casting their ballots in the local, state and national elections.
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When polls open across the country Tuesday morning, more than 7,700 newly registered UC Berkeley students will be casting their ballots in the local, state and national elections.
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A town hall was held Monday night to discuss the recently announced consolidation of UC Berkeley’s student affairs divisions — including the Residential and Student Service Programs — to the Administration and Finance operating sectors of the Real Estate office.
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A town hall was held Monday night to discuss the recently announced consolidation of UC Berkeley’s student affairs divisions — including the Residential and Student Service Programs — to the Administration and Finance operating sectors of the Real Estate office.
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