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An open letter to Evans Hall

Dear Evans Hall, We at the Clog are sorry that you’re a such a massive blemish on the face of UC Berkeley. It must be tough to be the armpit of the number one public university in the world. On the off chance that you’ve forgotten how much you suck,
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How to navigate construction on campus

We know how irritating it can be when you’re trying to get somewhere on campus and you’re greeted by a giant metal fence, a looming yellow crane and a construction crew that you now have to navigate around. After a few years here at UC Berkeley, you’ve probably grown accustomed
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University of Construction

University of Construction at Berkeley?

Even if you’re someone who only escapes the cozy sanctuary of your home to take the mind-numbing beeline walk to class every day, you’ve surely noticed the ubiquitous construction spanning the length of campus. At first glance, it may seem like an inconvenience — a rather huge and irritating one at
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The destruction of Eshleman Hall will take place in the second half of the 2012-13 school year.

Eshleman Hall to be demolished months later than projected

Contrary to previous expectations, Eshleman Hall, a building that houses dozens of student groups, will now be demolished in spring 2013 — several months later than originally projected. Prompted by the B.E.A.R.S. Initiative in 2010, the demolition of the building is part of the larger multimillion dollar Lower Sproul Plaza
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State board authorizes bond sale for Campbell reconstruction

The state Public Works Board voted unanimously to authorize the sale of $65.2 million in bonds to fund the replacement of Campbell Hall. The vote was passed at a meeting of the board Thursday morning, along with bond measures to fund a seismic retrofitting of UCLA’s South Tower and construction
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