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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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At the end of the day Monday, the campus will close the Disabled Students’ Readiness Program, a subsidiary of the larger Disabled Students’ Program that helps students succeed in college and gain employment upon graduation.
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At the end of the day Monday, the campus will close the Disabled Students’ Readiness Program, a subsidiary of the larger Disabled Students’ Program that helps students succeed in college and gain employment upon graduation.
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On Monday, several activists who were not affiliated with UC Berkeley or the Berkeley College Republicans built a wall out of cardboard bricks on Sproul Plaza, inciting a protest led by undocumented students.
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On Monday, several activists who were not affiliated with UC Berkeley or the Berkeley College Republicans built a wall out of cardboard bricks on Sproul Plaza, inciting a protest led by undocumented students.
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UC Berkeley has seen a spate of chalk graffiti over the past few weeks, from “Straight Liberation Movement” to supportive messages for LGBT people and pro-animal rights slogans.
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UC Berkeley has seen a spate of chalk graffiti over the past few weeks, from “Straight Liberation Movement” to supportive messages for LGBT people and pro-animal rights slogans.
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Students and UC Village residents frustrated with what they viewed as abnormally long wait times and overcrowded buses found they were justified in their complaints when AC Transit admitted Friday that the agency had accidentally moved the rest stop for the 52 bus route.
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Students and UC Village residents frustrated with what they viewed as abnormally long wait times and overcrowded buses found they were justified in their complaints when AC Transit admitted Friday that the agency had accidentally moved the rest stop for the 52 bus route.
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While the U.S. Department of Justice has announced it will begin phasing out its contracts with private prisons, California will continue contracting private prisons to house state-level inmates.
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While the U.S. Department of Justice has announced it will begin phasing out its contracts with private prisons, California will continue contracting private prisons to house state-level inmates.
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Starting this fall, Caltrans will invest more than $1.6 million in construction to make Berkeley sidewalks more accessible to people with disabilities.
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Starting this fall, Caltrans will invest more than $1.6 million in construction to make Berkeley sidewalks more accessible to people with disabilities.
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UC President Janet Napolitano sent a letter to UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi on Wednesday detailing reasons for placing her on paid administrative leave.
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UC President Janet Napolitano sent a letter to UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi on Wednesday detailing reasons for placing her on paid administrative leave.
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UC Berkeley expects to house some students at off-campus sites in Oakland at Mills College and Holy Names University beginning this fall.
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UC Berkeley expects to house some students at off-campus sites in Oakland at Mills College and Holy Names University beginning this fall.
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The family of late UC Berkeley student Eloi Vasquez filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the University of Southern California, as well as the fraternity where Vasquez spent the last hours before his death in March 2015, alleging wrongful death and negligence.
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The family of late UC Berkeley student Eloi Vasquez filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the University of Southern California, as well as the fraternity where Vasquez spent the last hours before his death in March 2015, alleging wrongful death and negligence.
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