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UC, Occupy the Farm present arguments on preliminary injunction

Legal council for Occupy the Farm and the UC met at the Hayward Hall of Justice Thursday to present arguments on a preliminary injunction that would indefinitely bar the protesters from the UC-owned farmland in Albany. If Alameda County Superior Court Judge David Hunter approves the injunction, the 15 protesters
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Protesters refuse campus’s final offer for discussion, move camp off-site

Although protesters occupying UC-owned land in Albany took down their camping structures Saturday, they declined the final offer from UC Berkeley administrators to completely cede control of the land and enter negotiations. On Friday, Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost George Breslauer and Vice Chancellor of Administration and Finance John Wilton
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Campus gives protesters final deadline to dismantle encampment

UC Berkeley administrators set a Saturday deadline for protesters occupying UC-owned land in Albany to disband the camp and enter into discussions with the campus about continuing urban farming there. In a statement issued Friday, Executive Vice President and Provost George Breslauer and Vice Chancellor of Administration and Finance John
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UC issues lawsuit against Gill Tract protesters

The UC initiated its first piece of litigation against the protesters occupying university-owned land in Albany by filing a lawsuit Wednesday. The lawsuit – which names 15 defendants and lists 150 others under the title “Does” due to their current lack of identification – alleges the defendants “cut the chains
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