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BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 22, 2023

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Since the strike ended, UAW 2865 and SRU-UAW members and leaders have disputed union election practices, strike strategy and the impact of their new labor contracts on their thousands of representees.
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Since the strike ended, UAW 2865 and SRU-UAW members and leaders have disputed union election practices, strike strategy and the impact of their new labor contracts on their thousands of representees.
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There is no reason why Telegraph Avenue — the street we use most as students to access destinations and meet our basic needs — should be dominated by cars. 
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There is no reason why Telegraph Avenue — the street we use most as students to access destinations and meet our basic needs — should be dominated by cars. 
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Making Telegraph Avenue car-free would improve the health, climate, community and economy of Berkeley’s most vibrant communities.
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Making Telegraph Avenue car-free would improve the health, climate, community and economy of Berkeley’s most vibrant communities.
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Why does it make you feel uncomfortable when I bring up aspects of my everyday life as an ostomate?
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Why does it make you feel uncomfortable when I bring up aspects of my everyday life as an ostomate?
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It’s clear fall will still be very much a time of transition, and campus must make stronger efforts to foster an academic environment to reflect that.
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It’s clear fall will still be very much a time of transition, and campus must make stronger efforts to foster an academic environment to reflect that.
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As the fashion industry inches toward a sustainable future, there lies a group of people left behind in these efforts: the plus-size community.
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As the fashion industry inches toward a sustainable future, there lies a group of people left behind in these efforts: the plus-size community.
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When it comes to design — architectural, entrepreneurial or even systemic — people with disabilities are too often left out.
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When it comes to design — architectural, entrepreneurial or even systemic — people with disabilities are too often left out.
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In August of last year, Chancellor Carol Christ announced a campus commitment to becoming a Hispanic Serving Institution, or HSI, by the year 2028. It is important for students to know that becoming an HSI means moving toward a UC Berkeley where all students of color can thrive.
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In August of last year, Chancellor Carol Christ announced a campus commitment to becoming a Hispanic Serving Institution, or HSI, by the year 2028. It is important for students to know that becoming an HSI means moving toward a UC Berkeley where all students of color can thrive.
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For nearly three weeks from late October to mid-November, a UC Berkeley residence building in Unit 3 failed to meet the most basic accessibility standard — students had to go without an elevator in the eight-story structure. This is just one example of how UC Berkeley has failed to be accessible for all students.
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For nearly three weeks from late October to mid-November, a UC Berkeley residence building in Unit 3 failed to meet the most basic accessibility standard — students had to go without an elevator in the eight-story structure. This is just one example of how UC Berkeley has failed to be accessible for all students.
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