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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

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Park advocates and the UC system have collided over People's Park for nearly as long as the park itself has been around, marking decades of struggle over the land.
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Park advocates and the UC system have collided over People's Park for nearly as long as the park itself has been around, marking decades of struggle over the land.
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Chancellors continually find themselves caught between the rock of student opinion and the hard requirements of their job description.
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Chancellors continually find themselves caught between the rock of student opinion and the hard requirements of their job description.
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Berkeley’s graduate students have long been underrepresented — pushed away from student government for decades, denied adequate financial resources and structured to rely on the ASUC. After a history of contentious relations spanning back to the 1960s, the Graduate Assembly, or the GA, is considering separating from the ASUC.
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Berkeley’s graduate students have long been underrepresented — pushed away from student government for decades, denied adequate financial resources and structured to rely on the ASUC. After a history of contentious relations spanning back to the 1960s, the Graduate Assembly, or the GA, is considering separating from the ASUC.
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In 1952, UC Berkeley discarded a presidential system and adopted a chancellorship.
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In 1952, UC Berkeley discarded a presidential system and adopted a chancellorship.
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UC Berkeley has a long history of student activism, from the Free Speech Movement to the campaign for divestment from apartheid South Africa.
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UC Berkeley has a long history of student activism, from the Free Speech Movement to the campaign for divestment from apartheid South Africa.
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