Cleaning crews pressure washed the steps and facade of Sproul Hall on Sunday.

Occupy Cal members watch as Sproul steps cleaned

About 10 Occupy Cal demonstrators watched as clean-up crews tore down the teepee on the lawn in front of Sproul Hall and power washed the chalk off the hall’s steps early Sunday morning. For some participants, this signaled the end of Occupy Cal for the semester, while others planned on
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Protests rooted in imagery and opportunity

While many of the Occupy protests have focused on fighting the negative effects of socioeconomic inequality, to define the Occupy movement in a sentence, or an article, would be contradictory to its purpose. What the movement has been is a movement of real images, images that captured raw emotion of
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Members of Occupy Cal set up across from Chancellor Robert Birgeneau's house for the one-month anniversary of the start of Occupy.

Occupy Cal turns one month old

A handful of protesters celebrated the one month anniversary of the Occupy Cal demonstrations Friday afternoon with a “birthday party” outside UC Berkeley Chancellor Robert Birgeneau’s on-campus residence. After departing from Sproul Plaza at around 3:20 p.m., about 15 demonstrators made their way to a patch of dirt across the
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The Open Computing Facility, located in the basement of Eshleman Hall, is closing at the end of the Spring 2012 semester.

Computing facility in Eshleman Hall to close after next semester

A campus facility which provides free web hosting and printing for students, faculty and staff will close its lab services after the spring 2012 semester ends, facility staff members announced in an email Wednesday. Staff members of the Open Computing Facility made the decision to close the lab after considering the
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Data shows overall increase in enrollment, underrepresented minorities

Overall enrollment at UC Berkeley has increased by about 300 students since last fall, bringing the total number of students to over 36,000, according to data released Wednesday by the campus. The data shows a numerical increase in enrollment for almost every ethnic category, including underrepresented minorities, over the past
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Cornel West, Carl Dix speak at UC Berkeley about social change

Thousands of UC Berkeley students, faculty, occupy protesters and residents from around the Bay Area lined up Friday night to view a dialogue between Carl Dix, a founding member of the Revolutionary Communist Party, USA, and Cornel West, a politically progressive professor from Princeton University. The dialogue — which was
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