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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 29, 2022

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The UC Board of Regents appointed UC Berkeley senior Sadia Saifuddin as student regent-designate at its meeting Wednesday, despite some controversy over her selection.
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The UC Board of Regents appointed UC Berkeley senior Sadia Saifuddin as student regent-designate at its meeting Wednesday, despite some controversy over her selection.
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The UC Board of Regents entered the second day of its three-day meeting at UCSF’s Mission Bay campus Wednesday morning, approving the appointment of UC Berkeley senior Sadia Saifuddin as student regent designate.
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The UC Board of Regents entered the second day of its three-day meeting at UCSF’s Mission Bay campus Wednesday morning, approving the appointment of UC Berkeley senior Sadia Saifuddin as student regent designate.
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The UC Board of Regents will meet next week at UCSF Mission Bay in San Francisco to discuss the selection of the 2014-15 student regent, the 2013-14 and preliminary 2014-15 budget and a report on the University of California’s efforts to implement online education programs.
The UC Board of Regents will meet next week at UCSF Mission Bay in San Francisco to discuss the selection of the 2014-15 student regent, the 2013-14 and preliminary 2014-15 budget and a report on the University of California’s efforts to implement online education programs.
A UC Board of Regents special committee has nominated Sadia Saifuddin, an Independent ASUC senator, as UC student regent for the 2014-15 term.
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A UC Board of Regents special committee has nominated Sadia Saifuddin, an Independent ASUC senator, as UC student regent for the 2014-15 term.
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The ASUC Judicial Council has ruled parts of controversial divestment bill SB 160 unconstitutional, removing clauses that require the ASUC to divest from companies affiliated with the Israeli military.
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The ASUC Judicial Council has ruled parts of controversial divestment bill SB 160 unconstitutional, removing clauses that require the ASUC to divest from companies affiliated with the Israeli military.
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It was an emotional night for the two dozen students who attended Fight Back, an ASUC sponsored workshop addressing sexual violence and personal safety.
It was an emotional night for the two dozen students who attended Fight Back, an ASUC sponsored workshop addressing sexual violence and personal safety.
Holding Israeli flags and standing with locked arms, a group of students gathered at noon Thursday on Sather Gate to protest a recent ASUC bill pushing for Israeli military divestment.
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Holding Israeli flags and standing with locked arms, a group of students gathered at noon Thursday on Sather Gate to protest a recent ASUC bill pushing for Israeli military divestment.
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ASUC President Connor Landgraf announced Tuesday that he will not be vetoing SB 160, a bill that seeks the divestment of ASUC funds from companies associated with the Israeli military and encourages the UC to do the same.
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ASUC President Connor Landgraf announced Tuesday that he will not be vetoing SB 160, a bill that seeks the divestment of ASUC funds from companies associated with the Israeli military and encourages the UC to do the same.
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In the days following the ASUC’s controversial divestment vote last Wednesday, the UC Berkeley campus remains in a state of unease, as many campus groups and student leaders say they feel attacked and marginalized for their views on the issue.
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In the days following the ASUC’s controversial divestment vote last Wednesday, the UC Berkeley campus remains in a state of unease, as many campus groups and student leaders say they feel attacked and marginalized for their views on the issue.
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In a dramatic vote that was emotional for all sides, the ASUC Senate voted 11-9 to divest from companies affiliated with Israel’s military early Thursday morning.
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In a dramatic vote that was emotional for all sides, the ASUC Senate voted 11-9 to divest from companies affiliated with Israel’s military early Thursday morning.
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