BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 25, 2022

Campanile closed temporarily due to malfunctioning credit card reader

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AUGUST 16, 2022

UC Berkeley’s Campanile closed Sunday afternoon due to a malfunctioning credit card reader and will remain closed temporarily.

According to campus spokesperson Roqua Montez, a new machine was “immediately ordered” and should be installed in the next few days. The Campanile remains closed as of press time.

“We have every belief that this matter will be resolved quickly and that the Campanile will be open to visitors soon,” Montez said in an email.

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AUGUST 16, 2022


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