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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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ASUC Senator Romario, who does not use a last name, hosted the “Surviving Cal” panel on academic sustainability Tuesday, the first event in a series of queer and transgender wellness programming.
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ASUC Senator Romario, who does not use a last name, hosted the “Surviving Cal” panel on academic sustainability Tuesday, the first event in a series of queer and transgender wellness programming.
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The ASUC Judicial Council met virtually Sunday to discuss the plea deal between the ASUC Elections Council and CalSERVE and to certify the election results from April.
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The ASUC Judicial Council met virtually Sunday to discuss the plea deal between the ASUC Elections Council and CalSERVE and to certify the election results from April.
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Student Action’s three executive candidates and 11 Senate candidates are no longer disqualified after this process, although final elections results for ASUC Senate and executive positions have yet to be certified.
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Student Action’s three executive candidates and 11 Senate candidates are no longer disqualified after this process, although final elections results for ASUC Senate and executive positions have yet to be certified.
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About 200 students attended Wednesday night’s regular ASUC meeting to both voice their support for and condemnation of the Judicial Council’s recent controversial ruling that resulted in the retroactive disqualification of all Student Action candidates in the 2019 ASUC elections.
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About 200 students attended Wednesday night’s regular ASUC meeting to both voice their support for and condemnation of the Judicial Council’s recent controversial ruling that resulted in the retroactive disqualification of all Student Action candidates in the 2019 ASUC elections.
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A unanimous decision from the ASUC Judicial Council early Tuesday morning disqualified all Student Action candidates from the 2019 elections cycle, after the party preliminarily won a majority of the ASUC Senate and partisan executive seats for the next academic year at Friday’s tabulations ceremony.
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A unanimous decision from the ASUC Judicial Council early Tuesday morning disqualified all Student Action candidates from the 2019 elections cycle, after the party preliminarily won a majority of the ASUC Senate and partisan executive seats for the next academic year at Friday’s tabulations ceremony.
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During the winter break of her second year, Teddy Lake filled out an application to volunteer for whomever CalSERVE would slate to represent the LGBTQ+ community. Her application went unnoticed for two months.
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During the winter break of her second year, Teddy Lake filled out an application to volunteer for whomever CalSERVE would slate to represent the LGBTQ+ community. Her application went unnoticed for two months.
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Per the ASUC governing documents, all ASUC officials — including senators, executives and appointed officials — are required to submit weekly written reports and to deliver regular oral reports.
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Per the ASUC governing documents, all ASUC officials — including senators, executives and appointed officials — are required to submit weekly written reports and to deliver regular oral reports.
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BNP Paribas — the parent company of UC Berkeley’s official bank, Bank of the West — owns more than $1 million in shares from two private prison companies that are contracted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, to operate immigration detention facilities.
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BNP Paribas — the parent company of UC Berkeley’s official bank, Bank of the West — owns more than $1 million in shares from two private prison companies that are contracted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, to operate immigration detention facilities.
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According to the petition, Cui’s office did not give sufficient notice of officials having late reports; Cui pleaded guilty at the hearing.
According to the petition, Cui’s office did not give sufficient notice of officials having late reports; Cui pleaded guilty at the hearing.
The resolution says abdulqadir-morris was present at 28 of the 29 senate meetings to deliver her oral report and that she has experienced academic and financial difficulty because of her role as president.
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The resolution says abdulqadir-morris was present at 28 of the 29 senate meetings to deliver her oral report and that she has experienced academic and financial difficulty because of her role as president.
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