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UC Berkeley must meet basic needs of its disabled students

CAMPUS ISSUES: Disabled students deserve more than the bare minimum. The campus needs to stop hiding behind bureaucratic excuses and step up

When Nancy Barker, a deaf visiting student researcher, came to UC Berkeley, she repeatedly requested American Sign Language interpreters from the campus’s Disabled Students’ Program, or DSP. Now, she’s filing a lawsuit against the campus for allegedly failing to provide these services. Barker’s case does not stand alone. It’s part
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The course evaluation makeover that we all need and deserve

The end of a course always comes with the same recipe for closure: There’s the reliable last-ditch effort for participation points, the nearly late final project submission and the good old course evaluation. We appreciate these evaluations, and not just because they present the perfect opportunity to waste 15 minutes
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