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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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UC Berkeley must continue to anticipate COVID-19 risks by enforcing the mask mandate in indoor spaces and eliminating grade-incentivized attendance. 
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UC Berkeley must continue to anticipate COVID-19 risks by enforcing the mask mandate in indoor spaces and eliminating grade-incentivized attendance. 
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Reducing the student population goes against the UC system’s commitment to leveling the playing field for students from diverse backgrounds.
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Reducing the student population goes against the UC system’s commitment to leveling the playing field for students from diverse backgrounds.
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Now more than ever, Berkeley residents must recognize the role they all play in heightening risks for those who are most vulnerable.
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Now more than ever, Berkeley residents must recognize the role they all play in heightening risks for those who are most vulnerable.
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Small businesses hold emotional significance for the Berkeley community — they are what give this city its character and individuality.
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Small businesses hold emotional significance for the Berkeley community — they are what give this city its character and individuality.
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Voting against the closure plan is a step toward amplifying the voices of community members and fortifying the future education systems in the East Bay.
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Voting against the closure plan is a step toward amplifying the voices of community members and fortifying the future education systems in the East Bay.
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Requiring an additional, annual $278 fee from students for online resources, especially as tuition has not been reduced, is simply exploitative.
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Requiring an additional, annual $278 fee from students for online resources, especially as tuition has not been reduced, is simply exploitative.
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Prison guards should never have the power to dictate and deteriorate the physical health and safety of those who are incarcerated.
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Prison guards should never have the power to dictate and deteriorate the physical health and safety of those who are incarcerated.
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As campus rules and accommodations have been evolving along with these unprecedented times, it’s time to face the facts: Enrollment can be done better, too, starting with the elimination of late fees.
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As campus rules and accommodations have been evolving along with these unprecedented times, it’s time to face the facts: Enrollment can be done better, too, starting with the elimination of late fees.
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Frequent testing and quarantining upon receiving a positive result are civic duties that can protect those around us and ensure a safe return to campus.
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Frequent testing and quarantining upon receiving a positive result are civic duties that can protect those around us and ensure a safe return to campus.
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Here are our takes on what the ASUC Executives and Senators have accomplished so far and what they have planned for the spring.
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Here are our takes on what the ASUC Executives and Senators have accomplished so far and what they have planned for the spring.
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