A few hundred protesters gather on Sproul for noon rally

Protesters began Tuesday’s strike and Day of Action setting up a home for themselves on the steps of Sproul Plaza. The psuedo-living room included couches, ornamental rugs and even a bookshelf filled with titles like The Power Elite by C. Wright Mills and The Closing of the American Mind by
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Updates, photos from Nov. 15 Day of Action

Tuesday marks another Day of Action at UC Berkeley for Occupy Cal. Campus protesters have planned teach-ins, a march through the city, a rally and a general assembly in Sproul Plaza. This page will aggregate tweets and photos from the day. Look for Daily Cal reporters as well as protesters
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Live Blog: Occupy Cal, Nov. 15 Day of Action

The Nov. 15 day of action comes hot on the heels of the Occupy Cal protest Nov. 9, when police used force — actions for which both the campus administration and UCPD have pledged review — to deal with protesters. Tuesday’s protest — which will see rallies, a march and
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Strike, Day of Action activities to be held Tuesday

In response to recurrent funding cuts to higher education and impassioned by police actions last week, Occupy Cal protesters will vote on whether to set up an encampment again. A general strike and a Day of Action are set to take place Tuesday on Sproul Plaza at UC Berkeley, beginning
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Lower Sproul renovation delayed by postponement of UC regents’ meeting

Lower Sproul’s renovation would have reached one of its final major hurdles before the UC Board of Regents Wednesday, when campus leaders from UC Berkeley were prepared to make their case for the multimillion dollar construction project. But with the board’s meeting’s postponement, campus administrators and student leaders are going
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UC Berkeley College of Engineering to open offices in Shanghai

UC Berkeley’s College of Engineering recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Zhangjiang Hi-tech Park in Shanghai, China, to establish a UC Berkeley office of the college in Shanghai. The memorandum, signed on Friday, marks the preliminary stages of the creation of a center where UC Berkeley students, professors
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