The Hearst Gym, located on the south side of campus on Bancroft Way at Bowditch Street, now houses the Publication Center along with many student groups who used to have offices in Eshleman Hall.

Students adjust to smaller spaces in Hearst Gym

Last week, campus organizations finished settling into their temporary quarters after months of moving out of Eshleman Hall, marking another step toward planned renovation of Lower Sproul Plaza. Student groups began moving to Hearst Gymnasium in the spring — a transition that has left many student groups with substantially less
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Berkeley Student Food Collective offers organic options, including this Bartlett pear. A recent study published by Stanford states that organic produce is no different than regular produce.

Study claims organic food has no health advantages

Stanford University nutritionists released findings that showed nonorganically raised fruits, vegetables, animals and animal products are no less nutritious than organic foods and that they did not have significantly higher pesticide residues.
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A man talks on his cell phone while tending to the Gill Tract farm during "Harvest Day" which took place on September 9.

Campus dean outlines plans to develop Gill Tract

UC Berkeley leadership has transferred administrative authority to develop UC-owned research land in Albany to the campus College of Natural Resources, the college’s dean announced at an Albany City Council meeting Sept. 18. By gaining the authority to oversee the agricultural support services and growing grounds on the Gill Tract
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Deaf professor teaches campus’s first yearlong ASL course

For most people, the walk to Evans Hall is rarely silent. However, for Patrick Boudreault, a lecturer in the UC Berkeley linguistics department, that walk has always been silent. Boudreault, who is teaching the campus’s first yearlong American Sign Language course this fall, was born deaf. He has never heard
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