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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

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Amid uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, Berkeley City Council passed an amendment to the city's municipal code Tuesday, seeking to provide clarity with its latest urgency ordinance regarding tenants’ ability to end a lease.
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Amid uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, Berkeley City Council passed an amendment to the city's municipal code Tuesday, seeking to provide clarity with its latest urgency ordinance regarding tenants’ ability to end a lease.
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The ASUC passed a resolution administering funds from the COVID-19 Financial Relief Fund to selected organizations Wednesday.
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The ASUC passed a resolution administering funds from the COVID-19 Financial Relief Fund to selected organizations Wednesday.
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ASUC Senator Romario, who does not use a last name, did not anticipate struggling to financially sustain himself due to the sheer workload of an ASUC senator when he ran for the position last year.
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ASUC Senator Romario, who does not use a last name, did not anticipate struggling to financially sustain himself due to the sheer workload of an ASUC senator when he ran for the position last year.
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The ASUC Senate held its final meeting of the academic year virtually Wednesday to discuss COVID-19 pandemic relief for students along with several other bills.
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The ASUC Senate held its final meeting of the academic year virtually Wednesday to discuss COVID-19 pandemic relief for students along with several other bills.
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The ASUC COVID-19 Financial Relief Committee met Saturday to discuss updates on the allocation of the COVID-19 Financial Relief Fund to various campus organizations.
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The ASUC COVID-19 Financial Relief Committee met Saturday to discuss updates on the allocation of the COVID-19 Financial Relief Fund to various campus organizations.
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On Wednesday, the ASUC Senate held its penultimate meeting of the academic year virtually to discuss ongoing work regarding COVID-19 relief and several bills.
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On Wednesday, the ASUC Senate held its penultimate meeting of the academic year virtually to discuss ongoing work regarding COVID-19 relief and several bills.
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Although resolutions could be one of the clearest ways to make a statement as a senator, in looking across several UC campuses it is clear that, to various members of student governments, passing bills may not be the most important part of the job.
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Although resolutions could be one of the clearest ways to make a statement as a senator, in looking across several UC campuses it is clear that, to various members of student governments, passing bills may not be the most important part of the job.
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The ASUC COVID-19 Financial Relief Committee met Saturday to discuss the financial and legal parameters of the allocation of its fund for vulnerable communities during the pandemic.
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The ASUC COVID-19 Financial Relief Committee met Saturday to discuss the financial and legal parameters of the allocation of its fund for vulnerable communities during the pandemic.
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After summer sessions were moved online due to the pandemic, ASUC Senator Romario, who does not use a last name, started a petition to waive the mandatory summer campus fee. As of press time, the petition has more than 360 signatures.
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After summer sessions were moved online due to the pandemic, ASUC Senator Romario, who does not use a last name, started a petition to waive the mandatory summer campus fee. As of press time, the petition has more than 360 signatures.
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The virtual ASUC Senate weekly meeting Wednesday was dominated by a discussion of campus administration's and UCPD’s responses to the outbreak of COVID-19.
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The virtual ASUC Senate weekly meeting Wednesday was dominated by a discussion of campus administration's and UCPD’s responses to the outbreak of COVID-19.
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