UC Berkeley libraries reopen as students return to campus

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Almost all UC Berkeley libraries reopened to students on Wednesday as fall classes began.

Three campus libraries — Bancroft, Moffitt, and the C. V. Starr East Asian Library — previously opened to students during the summer, but reservations were required and services were limited. As of Wednesday, however, students have free access to most library buildings on campus, according to a Berkeley Library News press release.

“Students can once again study in the libraries’ spaces and peruse the collections for the first time in almost a year and a half,” the press release stated.

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