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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 18, 2023

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Berkeley, a city that is no stranger to community organizing, is home to a diverse array of unions representing everyone from tenants and student researchers to campus librarians and lecturers.
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Berkeley, a city that is no stranger to community organizing, is home to a diverse array of unions representing everyone from tenants and student researchers to campus librarians and lecturers.
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While the difference between a professor and a lecturer may just be their title, that title determines their salary, job stability and livelihood.
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While the difference between a professor and a lecturer may just be their title, that title determines their salary, job stability and livelihood.
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The ASUC Senate passed a resolution against caste-based discrimination and heard updates from officials at their regular meeting Wednesday. 
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The ASUC Senate passed a resolution against caste-based discrimination and heard updates from officials at their regular meeting Wednesday. 
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The UC Board of Regents received public criticism on the lack of student voices in their voting process and discussed standardized testing and artificial intelligence during their final day of meetings Thursday.
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The UC Board of Regents received public criticism on the lack of student voices in their voting process and discussed standardized testing and artificial intelligence during their final day of meetings Thursday.
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The Daily Californian had the opportunity to sit down with Chancellor Carol Christ, and it became clear campus needs to listen to students’ requests.
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The Daily Californian had the opportunity to sit down with Chancellor Carol Christ, and it became clear campus needs to listen to students’ requests.
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The University Council-American Federation of Teachers received a bargaining update and proposal from the UC Office of the President on Oct. 19. 
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The University Council-American Federation of Teachers received a bargaining update and proposal from the UC Office of the President on Oct. 19. 
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The University Council-American Federation of Teachers, or UC-AFT, voted to authorize a potential strike for increased job security and pay for UC lecturers June 2. 
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The University Council-American Federation of Teachers, or UC-AFT, voted to authorize a potential strike for increased job security and pay for UC lecturers June 2. 
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The pandemic has introduced a degree of uncertainty into almost everybody’s life, but UC lecturers have been living under uncertainty for far too long.
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The pandemic has introduced a degree of uncertainty into almost everybody’s life, but UC lecturers have been living under uncertainty for far too long.
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Almost 200 people came together Saturday at a Zoom rally hosted by the University Council-American Federation of Teachers, or UC-AFT, to demand a fair contract for UC lecturers and demonstrate their willingness to strike.
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Almost 200 people came together Saturday at a Zoom rally hosted by the University Council-American Federation of Teachers, or UC-AFT, to demand a fair contract for UC lecturers and demonstrate their willingness to strike.
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On Wednesday, UC President Michael Drake approved an extension through June 30, allowing policy-covered employees to use accrued sick leave for child care purposes as a result of COVID-19.
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On Wednesday, UC President Michael Drake approved an extension through June 30, allowing policy-covered employees to use accrued sick leave for child care purposes as a result of COVID-19.
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