BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 06, 2022

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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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Two years — that’s the magic number. It’s roughly how long I spent killing dragon functions to hit the then-maximum level of 70 in World of Warcraft.
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Two years — that’s the magic number. It’s roughly how long I spent killing dragon functions to hit the then-maximum level of 70 in World of Warcraft.
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14,000 university student research assistants do not have the same right to collective bargaining as other student employees, including teaching assistants, readers and tutors.
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14,000 university student research assistants do not have the same right to collective bargaining as other student employees, including teaching assistants, readers and tutors.
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As election season comes to a close and the days left in my senate term continue to dwindle, I have truly begun to reflect on how my time as an ASUC senator has impacted my UC Berkeley experience and my life overall.
As election season comes to a close and the days left in my senate term continue to dwindle, I have truly begun to reflect on how my time as an ASUC senator has impacted my UC Berkeley experience and my life overall.
Rafi Lurie knows something about small beginnings. From kindergarten through twelfth grade, Lurie, the Student Action presidential candidate, attended the same small school, graduating as part of a class of of just 47 students.
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Rafi Lurie knows something about small beginnings. From kindergarten through twelfth grade, Lurie, the Student Action presidential candidate, attended the same small school, graduating as part of a class of of just 47 students.
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