BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

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Spencer Pritchard

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Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, is continuing to develop its African American Success Initiative, or AASI, during the spring 2022 semester.
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Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, is continuing to develop its African American Success Initiative, or AASI, during the spring 2022 semester.
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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, Black students in Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, continue to be among the most impacted members of the school community.
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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, Black students in Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, continue to be among the most impacted members of the school community.
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AB 331, a California bill that aims to make ethnic studies a graduation requirement across California public and charter schools, is now pending after Assemblymember Jose Medina, D-Riverside, elected to make it a “two-year bill,” according to a press release Thursday.
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AB 331, a California bill that aims to make ethnic studies a graduation requirement across California public and charter schools, is now pending after Assemblymember Jose Medina, D-Riverside, elected to make it a “two-year bill,” according to a press release Thursday.
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AB 2772 would propose a three-year pilot program formulated by Assemblymembers Jose Medina, D-Riverside, Shirley Weber, D-San Diego, and Rob Bonta, D-Oakland, which would mandate a semester- or yearlong ethnic studies course as a graduation requirement during the 2020-2023 school years.
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AB 2772 would propose a three-year pilot program formulated by Assemblymembers Jose Medina, D-Riverside, Shirley Weber, D-San Diego, and Rob Bonta, D-Oakland, which would mandate a semester- or yearlong ethnic studies course as a graduation requirement during the 2020-2023 school years.
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More than 250 members of the Berkeley community attended a city event celebrating Black History Month, which featured presentations on violence in the black community and the Black Lives Matter movement, and a screening of a documentary.
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More than 250 members of the Berkeley community attended a city event celebrating Black History Month, which featured presentations on violence in the black community and the Black Lives Matter movement, and a screening of a documentary.
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Nearly a year after the December Black Lives Matter protests, more than 100 members of both the Berkeley and Oakland communities stuffed into a lecture hall on campus, participating in a forum for the movement Thursday evening.
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Nearly a year after the December Black Lives Matter protests, more than 100 members of both the Berkeley and Oakland communities stuffed into a lecture hall on campus, participating in a forum for the movement Thursday evening.
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The ASUC Judicial Council issued a censure against CalSERVE senate candidate Benedicto Llave for violating ASUC bylaws regarding unsolicited emails during campaigning.
The ASUC Judicial Council issued a censure against CalSERVE senate candidate Benedicto Llave for violating ASUC bylaws regarding unsolicited emails during campaigning.
Those accused of spamming would have violated Bylaw 4203 section 5.2. The bylaw prohibits candidates from sending campaign emails unless they have been given permission from the leadership of the organization they are emailing, are a member of the organization, or know the recipients personally.
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Those accused of spamming would have violated Bylaw 4203 section 5.2. The bylaw prohibits candidates from sending campaign emails unless they have been given permission from the leadership of the organization they are emailing, are a member of the organization, or know the recipients personally.
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CalSERVE's presidential candidate Yordanos Dejen plans consist of looking to make lower Sproul a central space for the student community and improving campus climate.
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CalSERVE's presidential candidate Yordanos Dejen plans consist of looking to make lower Sproul a central space for the student community and improving campus climate.
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As the 2015-16 ASUC elections draw near, independent and third-party candidates gear up for what have historically been daunting odds against the candidates of major campus parties.
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As the 2015-16 ASUC elections draw near, independent and third-party candidates gear up for what have historically been daunting odds against the candidates of major campus parties.
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