A walk through campus: remnants of history

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UC Berkeley’s campus is littered with history and tradition in every corner — one must only look. Behind almost every building statue and bench is a story. South Hall, UC Berkeley’s first building, built in 1873, was where everything started. The early 1900s saw the rise of the Campanile and Doe Library. The sixties was arguably one of the most eventful times in UC Berkeley history.Today, Mario Savio and Cesar Chavez’s fighting spirits are honored by relics such as the Cesar Chavez Student Learning Center, Savio Steps and Free Speech Movement Cafe.

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Zainab Ali is the photo editor. Contact Zainab at [email protected]