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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 05, 2023

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More than 100 demonstrators gathered on Sproul Plaza in light of International Workers’ Day, or May Day, which is traditionally known for its history of advocating for worker rights.
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More than 100 demonstrators gathered on Sproul Plaza in light of International Workers’ Day, or May Day, which is traditionally known for its history of advocating for worker rights.
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The Berkeley College Republicans collaborated with Young Americans for Freedom to invite conservative author and speaker David Horowitz to speak on campus April 12 in Clark Kerr Campus’ Krutch Theater.
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The Berkeley College Republicans collaborated with Young Americans for Freedom to invite conservative author and speaker David Horowitz to speak on campus April 12 in Clark Kerr Campus’ Krutch Theater.
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A UC student-worker union implored the AFL-CIO to break ties with police unions in a letter sent last week.
A UC student-worker union implored the AFL-CIO to break ties with police unions in a letter sent last week.
A month before the expiration of dependent coverage under UC Berkeley’s Student Health Insurance Plan, some students have struggled with whether to sign up for a campus grant that would help them afford new health insurance but requires releasing their ability to make legal claims against the University of California.
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A month before the expiration of dependent coverage under UC Berkeley’s Student Health Insurance Plan, some students have struggled with whether to sign up for a campus grant that would help them afford new health insurance but requires releasing their ability to make legal claims against the University of California.
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Campus students and student family members are continuing to rally against a campus decision to discontinue dependent health insurance, although the campus has agreed to provide temporary financial assistance to those hurt by the change.
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Campus students and student family members are continuing to rally against a campus decision to discontinue dependent health insurance, although the campus has agreed to provide temporary financial assistance to those hurt by the change.
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United Auto Workers Local 2865 is a labor union representing more than 13,000 teaching assistants, tutors and other student employees at the university.
United Auto Workers Local 2865 is a labor union representing more than 13,000 teaching assistants, tutors and other student employees at the university.
As trade unionists, we act against the widespread violations of labor rights, and the hyperexploitation of Palestinian workers by Israeli employers. As academics, we protest the denial of academic freedom to Palestinian scholars and students.
As trade unionists, we act against the widespread violations of labor rights, and the hyperexploitation of Palestinian workers by Israeli employers. As academics, we protest the denial of academic freedom to Palestinian scholars and students.
With an 8-2-2 vote Tuesday, the Undergraduate Students Association Council of UCLA resolved to divest from a list of companies allegedly tied to violence against Palestinians, establishing a majority of the UC student governments that have called for the UC Board of Regents to disentangle UC funds from Israel’s alleged human rights violations.
With an 8-2-2 vote Tuesday, the Undergraduate Students Association Council of UCLA resolved to divest from a list of companies allegedly tied to violence against Palestinians, establishing a majority of the UC student governments that have called for the UC Board of Regents to disentangle UC funds from Israel’s alleged human rights violations.
UC President Janet Napolitano adopted inclusive lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender measures, such as enabling students to indicate their preferred name on campus records and converting single-stall restrooms into gender-neutral facilities.
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UC President Janet Napolitano adopted inclusive lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender measures, such as enabling students to indicate their preferred name on campus records and converting single-stall restrooms into gender-neutral facilities.
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