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BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 21, 2023

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Shahryar Abbasi

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In response to concerns raised last month about a lack of transparency in its legislative process, the UC Student Association is taking steps to improve communication with students.
In response to concerns raised last month about a lack of transparency in its legislative process, the UC Student Association is taking steps to improve communication with students.
The UC Student Association elected a new president at its meeting Saturday, following the resignation of its former president last week.
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The UC Student Association elected a new president at its meeting Saturday, following the resignation of its former president last week.
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University of California Student Association President Angelica Salceda resigned on Tuesday, less than two months after assuming office in August.
University of California Student Association President Angelica Salceda resigned on Tuesday, less than two months after assuming office in August.
For weeks, Jewish student groups were left in the dark while a resolution was penned for the UCSA condemning HR 35 — a California Assembly resolution that condemns anti-Semitism at California’s higher education institutions — claiming it stifles free speech.
For weeks, Jewish student groups were left in the dark while a resolution was penned for the UCSA condemning HR 35 — a California Assembly resolution that condemns anti-Semitism at California’s higher education institutions — claiming it stifles free speech.
When you lower a basketball hoop and dunk, you do not accomplish the same feat as doing so at its normal height. If you cheat on a test, you do not morally earn that A. When an opposing voice is actively neglected from a major debate on legislation, that body and that legislation becomes permanently tainted. Whether or not members of the UCSA board purposely committed this withholding of information is unclear, but the fact that that sentiment explicitly existed by some of its key supporters destroys the democratic process supposedly involved in the vote.
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When you lower a basketball hoop and dunk, you do not accomplish the same feat as doing so at its normal height. If you cheat on a test, you do not morally earn that A. When an opposing voice is actively neglected from a major debate on legislation, that body and that legislation becomes permanently tainted. Whether or not members of the UCSA board purposely committed this withholding of information is unclear, but the fact that that sentiment explicitly existed by some of its key supporters destroys the democratic process supposedly involved in the vote.
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The University of California Student Association voted Saturday to condemn a contentious state Assembly resolution aimed at combating anti-Semitism at California’s public institutions of higher education.
The University of California Student Association voted Saturday to condemn a contentious state Assembly resolution aimed at combating anti-Semitism at California’s public institutions of higher education.
The Middle Class Scholarship Act would have slashed UC and CSU fees by 60 percent for middle-class students, but a combination of unwavering ideological commitments and hastily conducted negotiations made reaching an agreement impossible.
The Middle Class Scholarship Act would have slashed UC and CSU fees by 60 percent for middle-class students, but a combination of unwavering ideological commitments and hastily conducted negotiations made reaching an agreement impossible.