Housing should not replace educational spaces

I wish to write not to claim to have solutions to the UC Berkeley student housing crisis but to expose one proposed solution that is doing a serious injustice to students, both in the present and in the future. If you’ve ever traveled to the Northwest region of campus, where
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Eating seasonally: herbed spaghetti squash

We decided to experiment with several in-season veggies for our dinner this week with entirely delicious results. Our idea came from the Student Organic Garden Association (SOGA) where we were lucky enough to be gardening when the opportunity to take home a spaghetti squash presented itself. Having never cooked one of these before, we decided to consult the wisdom of the internet. This recipe got us started concocting a plan of delicious action. With cherry tomatoes already on hand from the Gill Tract, we decided to add zucchini and chicken and call it a meal.
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SOGA works hard to maintain the student garden

Many of us find comfort in digging our fingers and nails into rich, moist soil on a nice sunny day. But this time, we’d be carrying away deep yellow summer squashes in our dirt-covered hands like the interns this summer at the UC Berkeley Student Organic Garden Association. SOGA, located on
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Urban farm acts as a tool for growth

As students file back onto campus this week, classrooms, cafes and Memorial Glade will not be the only places ablaze with student energy — the Student Organic Gardening Association is preparing for a busy semester of hands-on learning and sustainable agriculture. This time last semester, I entered the Student Organic
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