BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Beginning August 1, University Health Services will add to its transgender student services by providing two new benefits covered by SHIP: fertility preservation and laser hair removal.
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Beginning August 1, University Health Services will add to its transgender student services by providing two new benefits covered by SHIP: fertility preservation and laser hair removal.
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After months of campus protests and deliberation, University Health Services announced Wednesday that it will reinstate dependent coverage, among other expanded and new benefits, in the Student Health Insurance Plan this fall.
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After months of campus protests and deliberation, University Health Services announced Wednesday that it will reinstate dependent coverage, among other expanded and new benefits, in the Student Health Insurance Plan this fall.
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The Student Health Insurance Plan will resume coverage for dependents this fall, after months of student backlash over the campus’s decision to terminate dependent coverage in May.
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The Student Health Insurance Plan will resume coverage for dependents this fall, after months of student backlash over the campus’s decision to terminate dependent coverage in May.
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The ASUC Senate adopted eight resolutions during its regular Wednesday night meeting, held for the first time in the new Eshleman Hall senate chambers.
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The ASUC Senate adopted eight resolutions during its regular Wednesday night meeting, held for the first time in the new Eshleman Hall senate chambers.
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The Student Health Insurance Plan will no longer offer coverage for dependents of students beginning this fall, prompting outcry from some whose children or partners may be adversely affected by the change.
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The Student Health Insurance Plan will no longer offer coverage for dependents of students beginning this fall, prompting outcry from some whose children or partners may be adversely affected by the change.
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