BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 25, 2022

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'Get out the vote': Student engagement in local races inspires, disappoints

As the 2022 midterm elections near, a question looms: will UC Berkeley students’ voices be heard this November?

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UC Berkeley sophomore Lilly Sayenga is proud she found a rental unit in Berkeley, but said she wishes that for the price of nearly $2,400 a month, her faucet would remain attached to the sink.
UC Berkeley sophomore Lilly Sayenga is proud she found a rental unit in Berkeley, but said she wishes that for the price of nearly $2,400 a month, her faucet would remain attached to the sink.
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The city of El Paso, Texas, which borders Mexico, is an important center for West Texas' Mexican community — however, it is now also the location of one of this country’s most infamous mass shootings in recent history.
The city of El Paso, Texas, which borders Mexico, is an important center for West Texas' Mexican community — however, it is now also the location of one of this country’s most infamous mass shootings in recent history.
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May is National Mental Health Awareness Month, sparking conversations about resource accessibility and destigmatization among UC Berkeley health services, student-led organizations and the city of Berkeley.
May is National Mental Health Awareness Month, sparking conversations about resource accessibility and destigmatization among UC Berkeley health services, student-led organizations and the city of Berkeley.
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As the 2022 midterm elections near, a question looms: will UC Berkeley students’ voices be heard this November?
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As the 2022 midterm elections near, a question looms: will UC Berkeley students’ voices be heard this November?
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UC Berkeley sophomore Lilly Sayenga is proud she found a rental unit in Berkeley, but said she wishes that for the price of nearly $2,400 a month, her faucet would remain attached to the sink.
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UC Berkeley sophomore Lilly Sayenga is proud she found a rental unit in Berkeley, but said she wishes that for the price of nearly $2,400 a month, her faucet would remain attached to the sink.
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The city of El Paso, Texas, which borders Mexico, is an important center for West Texas' Mexican community — however, it is now also the location of one of this country’s most infamous mass shootings in recent history.
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The city of El Paso, Texas, which borders Mexico, is an important center for West Texas' Mexican community — however, it is now also the location of one of this country’s most infamous mass shootings in recent history.
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May is National Mental Health Awareness Month, sparking conversations about resource accessibility and destigmatization among UC Berkeley health services, student-led organizations and the city of Berkeley.
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May is National Mental Health Awareness Month, sparking conversations about resource accessibility and destigmatization among UC Berkeley health services, student-led organizations and the city of Berkeley.
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For the first time ever, guest tickets for the 2022 commencement ceremony at Memorial Stadium have been sold out.
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For the first time ever, guest tickets for the 2022 commencement ceremony at Memorial Stadium have been sold out.
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BSFC is currently operating in a small space off campus, according to BSFC Executive Director Jeff Noven. A grocery store on campus would help students access affordable food and grocery options, including EBT food retail, Noven said in an email. 
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BSFC is currently operating in a small space off campus, according to BSFC Executive Director Jeff Noven. A grocery store on campus would help students access affordable food and grocery options, including EBT food retail, Noven said in an email. 
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Campus organizations such as CAMP, Stiles Hall, Foster Education Project, Early Academic Outreach Program and Project SMILE work to expand educational equity at UC Berkeley and in the Bay Area.
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Campus organizations such as CAMP, Stiles Hall, Foster Education Project, Early Academic Outreach Program and Project SMILE work to expand educational equity at UC Berkeley and in the Bay Area.
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It’s these “outside of the classroom experiences” that make a student well-rounded, as well as competitive for companies and graduate schools, according to the Interim Executive Director of the Career Center Sue Harbour.
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It’s these “outside of the classroom experiences” that make a student well-rounded, as well as competitive for companies and graduate schools, according to the Interim Executive Director of the Career Center Sue Harbour.
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Staffing shortages are prompting UC Berkeley Libraries to make difficult decisions amidst budget cuts and sudden worker absences due to COVID-19. 
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Staffing shortages are prompting UC Berkeley Libraries to make difficult decisions amidst budget cuts and sudden worker absences due to COVID-19. 
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Six days after Russia invaded Ukraine, UC Berkeley students and researchers from Russia and Ukraine rallied to express concerns over the humanitarian crisis and the inadequate support from campus.
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Six days after Russia invaded Ukraine, UC Berkeley students and researchers from Russia and Ukraine rallied to express concerns over the humanitarian crisis and the inadequate support from campus.
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