Federal judge dismisses $23M lawsuit over Milo Yiannopoulos protest

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Robles, who is a conservative, came to Berkeley on Feb. 1, 2017, to see Milo Yiannopoulos speak. She alleged that she was assaulted at the event with pepper spray and “struck” by flagpoles, according to court documents. She also alleged that defendant Raha Miradbal — who Robles claims is a member of “antifa,” a term for anti-fascist groups — shone a flashlight in her eyes “to incapacitate” her and other Yiannopoulos supporters so others could “physically assault them.”
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Released emails show professors, students asking administrators to postpone or cancel February 2017 Milo Yiannopoulos event

Campus English professor David Landreth emailed Dean of Students Joseph Greenwell and an unnamed member of the Berkeley College Republicans, or BCR, with a personal appeal to postpone the Yiannopoulos event, fearing threats of violence, according to emails obtained by The Daily Californian by a California Public Records Act request.
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Ways to slide by the great Berkeley housing crisis

It’s probably going to get us all at one point. It’s the great Berkeley housing crisis, where a cramped two-bedroom studio apartment can easily go for more than $3,000. Not quite the ideal living situation that already cash-strapped students were going for. But fear not — the Clog is here to alleviate your subletting blues. Need
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Do UC us?

Public universities are a world unto themselves, complete with chancellors who exploit public funds for private gain, ill-advised plans to renovate stadiums, staggering amounts of debt and stomping grounds for the likes of Milo Yiannopoulos.
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Referendum on 2018 ballot could revise ASUC Constitution

As ASUC elections draw nearer, more referendums are being added to the ballot — students will be able to vote on a referendum that will revise the ASUC Constitution, and, depending on the outcome of this week’s ASUC meeting, may also be able to vote on key housing issues.
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