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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 04, 2022

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On April 23, UC Berkeley will be hosting an in-person Cal Day for the first time in two years. The day packed with in-person events will be held for newly admitted students and their families, giving them the opportunity to get to know their new campus.
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On April 23, UC Berkeley will be hosting an in-person Cal Day for the first time in two years. The day packed with in-person events will be held for newly admitted students and their families, giving them the opportunity to get to know their new campus.
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At the annual UC Berkeley ASUC Mandatory Elections Meeting on Tuesday, members of the Elections Council rattled through election bylaws, campaign finance rules and more.
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At the annual UC Berkeley ASUC Mandatory Elections Meeting on Tuesday, members of the Elections Council rattled through election bylaws, campaign finance rules and more.
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“Rolling with the punches” has been a common mode of action among UC Berkeley students as many continue to grapple with the evolving policies and procedures induced by the COVID-19 pandemic. 
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“Rolling with the punches” has been a common mode of action among UC Berkeley students as many continue to grapple with the evolving policies and procedures induced by the COVID-19 pandemic. 
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During the ASUC’s general meeting Wednesday, officials heard updates from Chancellor Christ, reflected on their terms and indefinitely tabled a bill.
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During the ASUC’s general meeting Wednesday, officials heard updates from Chancellor Christ, reflected on their terms and indefinitely tabled a bill.
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During the ASUC’s general meeting Wednesday, senators and executive officials discussed the data breach and pass/no pass grading policies.
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During the ASUC’s general meeting Wednesday, senators and executive officials discussed the data breach and pass/no pass grading policies.
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As Alameda County moves into the orange tier of the state's reopening plan, UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ looks to welcome back a semblance of normalcy to campus in the fall.
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As Alameda County moves into the orange tier of the state's reopening plan, UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ looks to welcome back a semblance of normalcy to campus in the fall.
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Delegates of the Graduate Assembly, or GA, unanimously passed a resolution on Thursday to support restructuring its relationship with the ASUC, from which the assembly has sought independence for several years.
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Delegates of the Graduate Assembly, or GA, unanimously passed a resolution on Thursday to support restructuring its relationship with the ASUC, from which the assembly has sought independence for several years.
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Candidates in this year’s upcoming ASUC elections spoke to The Daily Californian regarding their thoughts on accessibility, equity and diversity in the campaigning process.
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Candidates in this year’s upcoming ASUC elections spoke to The Daily Californian regarding their thoughts on accessibility, equity and diversity in the campaigning process.
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UC Berkeley junior Osirus Polachart is running independently for ASUC Senate to change the campus admissions process, reform housing and provide undocumented students with additional support and services.
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UC Berkeley junior Osirus Polachart is running independently for ASUC Senate to change the campus admissions process, reform housing and provide undocumented students with additional support and services.
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During its general meeting Wednesday, the ASUC Senate discussed election culture and conduct, as well as COVID-19 statistics at UC Berkeley and the fate of in-person classes next fall.
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During its general meeting Wednesday, the ASUC Senate discussed election culture and conduct, as well as COVID-19 statistics at UC Berkeley and the fate of in-person classes next fall.
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