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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

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We must never overlook the responsibility of maintaining the well-being and safety of a crowd, just because of Soulja Boy and a little adrenaline.
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We must never overlook the responsibility of maintaining the well-being and safety of a crowd, just because of Soulja Boy and a little adrenaline.
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Excitement and anticipation turned into panic and disappointment Friday as swelling crowds for the Soulja Boy concert in Pauley Ballroom resulted in injury and an early shutdown.
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Excitement and anticipation turned into panic and disappointment Friday as swelling crowds for the Soulja Boy concert in Pauley Ballroom resulted in injury and an early shutdown.
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The Afghan Adjustment Act was not included in the December federal omnibus bill for the fiscal year of 2023 despite past support from the ASUC and ongoing advocacy by campus organizations.
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The Afghan Adjustment Act was not included in the December federal omnibus bill for the fiscal year of 2023 despite past support from the ASUC and ongoing advocacy by campus organizations.
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ASUC Chief Communications Officer and transfer student Ryan Barba resigned from his position in the communications office along with the rest of his team at an ASUC Senate meeting Nov. 30, citing a lack of sense of belonging within the organization and feelings of alleged anti-transfer sentiment from senators.
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ASUC Chief Communications Officer and transfer student Ryan Barba resigned from his position in the communications office along with the rest of his team at an ASUC Senate meeting Nov. 30, citing a lack of sense of belonging within the organization and feelings of alleged anti-transfer sentiment from senators.
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In light of the ongoing academic workers strike, the College of Letters and Science extended its pass/no pass deadline from Dec. 2 to Dec. 11 after an unanimous motion passed Wednesday.
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In light of the ongoing academic workers strike, the College of Letters and Science extended its pass/no pass deadline from Dec. 2 to Dec. 11 after an unanimous motion passed Wednesday.
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UC Berkeley’s University Health Services, or UHS, launched a new service to help students navigate these issues, offering thirty-minute consultations on stress management. 
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UC Berkeley’s University Health Services, or UHS, launched a new service to help students navigate these issues, offering thirty-minute consultations on stress management. 
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In response to a formal request from UC Berkeley's ASUC, the Letters & Science Executive Committee has extended the pass/no pass late action deadline to Dec. 11 at 11:59 pm.
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In response to a formal request from UC Berkeley's ASUC, the Letters & Science Executive Committee has extended the pass/no pass late action deadline to Dec. 11 at 11:59 pm.
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Striking UAW academic workers occupied UC Berkeley's Eshleman Hall and California Hall Thursday in a continuation of the ongoing strike activities, while picketers outside voiced support for their respective bargaining teams by chanting and displaying banners on the steps of the halls.
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Striking UAW academic workers occupied UC Berkeley's Eshleman Hall and California Hall Thursday in a continuation of the ongoing strike activities, while picketers outside voiced support for their respective bargaining teams by chanting and displaying banners on the steps of the halls.
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Allegations of misconduct against Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, were brought to Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín and City Council Thursday, prompting an external investigation.
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Allegations of misconduct against Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, were brought to Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín and City Council Thursday, prompting an external investigation.
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Jewish students at UC Berkeley continue to feel targeted and look to student government for support in light of rising antisemitic rhetoric on a national level. 
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Jewish students at UC Berkeley continue to feel targeted and look to student government for support in light of rising antisemitic rhetoric on a national level. 
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