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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 20, 2023

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Sharyar Abbasi

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State legislators approved amendments to a controversial online education bill last week in response to opposition by faculty members in the state’s public higher education institutions.
State legislators approved amendments to a controversial online education bill last week in response to opposition by faculty members in the state’s public higher education institutions.
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After passing through the ASUC Senate’s external affairs committee Monday, two opposing bills on divestment from companies associated with Israel will be considered by the senate at its upcoming Wednesday night meeting.
After passing through the ASUC Senate’s external affairs committee Monday, two opposing bills on divestment from companies associated with Israel will be considered by the senate at its upcoming Wednesday night meeting.
The ASUC has submitted proposed boundaries for a new student supermajority district to the city of Berkeley Wednesday.
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The ASUC has submitted proposed boundaries for a new student supermajority district to the city of Berkeley Wednesday.
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ASUC President Connor Landgraf introduced two new bills at the ASUC Senate meeting Wednesday night, addressing both a renegotiated contract with AC Transit and a proposed a fee raise to increase campus fitness and wellness services.
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ASUC President Connor Landgraf introduced two new bills at the ASUC Senate meeting Wednesday night, addressing both a renegotiated contract with AC Transit and a proposed a fee raise to increase campus fitness and wellness services.
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High-powered bosses and leaders handle rejection better than their subordinates, and are better at finding alternative activities when rejected, concluded a new study from UC Berkeley’s Department of Psychology.
High-powered bosses and leaders handle rejection better than their subordinates, and are better at finding alternative activities when rejected, concluded a new study from UC Berkeley’s Department of Psychology.