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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JUNE 05, 2023

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Varsha Sarveshwar

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Chancellor Carol Christ announced in an email March 23 that the spring 2020 UC Berkeley all-campus commencement has been postponed due to the spread of COVID-19.
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Chancellor Carol Christ announced in an email March 23 that the spring 2020 UC Berkeley all-campus commencement has been postponed due to the spread of COVID-19.
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For the upcoming ASUC election cycle, four official parties are running candidates: Defend Affirmative Action Party/Fighting for Immigrant Rights and Equality, or DAAP/FIRE, Student Action, People’s Party and REBUILD.
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For the upcoming ASUC election cycle, four official parties are running candidates: Defend Affirmative Action Party/Fighting for Immigrant Rights and Equality, or DAAP/FIRE, Student Action, People’s Party and REBUILD.
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The ASUC Senate met virtually Wednesday to discuss accommodations campus will be taking moving forward in response to COVID-19, the new coronavirus.
The ASUC Senate met virtually Wednesday to discuss accommodations campus will be taking moving forward in response to COVID-19, the new coronavirus.
The UC Board of Regents convened virtually Thursday to discuss standardized testing requirements, to hear public comment regarding the UC system’s COVID-19 response and to approve preliminary plans to build on People’s Park.
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The UC Board of Regents convened virtually Thursday to discuss standardized testing requirements, to hear public comment regarding the UC system’s COVID-19 response and to approve preliminary plans to build on People’s Park.
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Apoorva Prakasha and Chaka Tellem are running for the ASUC Senate under the REBUILD coalition to represent women in STEM and the Black community, respectively.
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Apoorva Prakasha and Chaka Tellem are running for the ASUC Senate under the REBUILD coalition to represent women in STEM and the Black community, respectively.
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A state constitutional amendment that would repeal Proposition 209, California’s ban on affirmative action, was proposed in a state Assembly meeting March 9.
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A state constitutional amendment that would repeal Proposition 209, California’s ban on affirmative action, was proposed in a state Assembly meeting March 9.
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The ASUC Senate convened over video call Wednesday to discuss campus housing development projects and ASUC responses to COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus.
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The ASUC Senate convened over video call Wednesday to discuss campus housing development projects and ASUC responses to COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus.
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The UC Board of Regents is set to vote on a potential tuition increase at its meeting March 19. The tuition increase plan would make the amount of tuition undergraduates pay dependent on their families' yearly incomes.
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The UC Board of Regents is set to vote on a potential tuition increase at its meeting March 19. The tuition increase plan would make the amount of tuition undergraduates pay dependent on their families' yearly incomes.
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On March 12, REBUILD released the second portion of its senate candidates — Natasha Ham, Tessa Stapp and Alexis Aguilar — for the upcoming ASUC election.
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On March 12, REBUILD released the second portion of its senate candidates — Natasha Ham, Tessa Stapp and Alexis Aguilar — for the upcoming ASUC election.
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The draft of the Vision Zero Action Plan, which seeks to reduce pedestrian and cyclist fatalities in Berkeley, is scheduled to be voted on by City Council during its March 10 meeting.
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The draft of the Vision Zero Action Plan, which seeks to reduce pedestrian and cyclist fatalities in Berkeley, is scheduled to be voted on by City Council during its March 10 meeting.
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