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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 04, 2023

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UC Berkeley’s Recreational Sports Facility opened a gender-inclusive universal locker room Wednesday morning at 6 a.m., featuring 16 private changing rooms and seven private showers.
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UC Berkeley’s Recreational Sports Facility opened a gender-inclusive universal locker room Wednesday morning at 6 a.m., featuring 16 private changing rooms and seven private showers.
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Currently an ASUC senator, Wilfert has used his flexibility and “open mind” to successfully represent students on campus, according to Senator Hung Huynh.
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Currently an ASUC senator, Wilfert has used his flexibility and “open mind” to successfully represent students on campus, according to Senator Hung Huynh.
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Former ASUC President Will Morrow, who was named as a fellow for the National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement, also known as the Free Speech Center, is writing a “playbook” with information and tactics that future student leaders can use when dealing with controversial events and speakers on their college campuses.
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Former ASUC President Will Morrow, who was named as a fellow for the National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement, also known as the Free Speech Center, is writing a “playbook” with information and tactics that future student leaders can use when dealing with controversial events and speakers on their college campuses.
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In recent years, the campus has garnered attention for several high-profile sexual harassment cases — including alleged violations of UC sexual misconduct policy by former campus astronomy professor Geoffrey Marcy and former UC Berkeley School of Law dean Sujit Choudhry.
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In recent years, the campus has garnered attention for several high-profile sexual harassment cases — including alleged violations of UC sexual misconduct policy by former campus astronomy professor Geoffrey Marcy and former UC Berkeley School of Law dean Sujit Choudhry.
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Maz Jobrani was so excited to be invited to give a speech at the campus’s spring 2017 commencement ceremony that he accepted the offer right away — but as the date approached, he “began to lose sleep.”
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Maz Jobrani was so excited to be invited to give a speech at the campus’s spring 2017 commencement ceremony that he accepted the offer right away — but as the date approached, he “began to lose sleep.”
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Wednesday is the final regular ASUC senate meeting, drawing a close to the 2016-17 executive slate’s term.
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Wednesday is the final regular ASUC senate meeting, drawing a close to the 2016-17 executive slate’s term.
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During its regular meeting Wednesday — the second-to-last for the 2016-17 senate class — the ASUC Senate passed 23 resolutions into committees.
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During its regular meeting Wednesday — the second-to-last for the 2016-17 senate class — the ASUC Senate passed 23 resolutions into committees.
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The 2017 ASUC elections saw a 16 percent decrease in voters compared to 2016 — the lowest turnout in at least the past five years.
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The 2017 ASUC elections saw a 16 percent decrease in voters compared to 2016 — the lowest turnout in at least the past five years.
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The recent vandalism on campus signs and poles, which feature threats against the Berkeley College Republicans, adds to a growing list of harassment against the campus organization.
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The recent vandalism on campus signs and poles, which feature threats against the Berkeley College Republicans, adds to a growing list of harassment against the campus organization.
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Luu is no longer pursuing life in a Buddhist monastery, but his unique upbringing has heavily influenced many of his values — he’s a lifelong vegetarian, was taught to dream big and learned to love and respect everyone regardless of their background, which is why he is running for ASUC president.
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Luu is no longer pursuing life in a Buddhist monastery, but his unique upbringing has heavily influenced many of his values — he’s a lifelong vegetarian, was taught to dream big and learned to love and respect everyone regardless of their background, which is why he is running for ASUC president.
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