Police Review Board report exhibits lack of progress

The UC Berkeley Police Review Board’s final report about the police violence of Nov. 9, 2011, does only one thing definitively — it reveals that BAMN’s assessment of the PRB has been entirely correct. The PRB is an administration creature that should be boycotted now and in the future. The
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BAMN files $15 million amended complaint for Nov. 9 protest

Members of BAMN announced Wednesday that they will seek $15 million in a lawsuit filed against UC Berkeley administrators and police for the use of force on demonstrators during the Nov. 9 Occupy Cal protest. In a press conference on Sproul Plaza Wednesday, organizers said they filed an amended complaint
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BAMN holds press conference to address occupation fallout

BAMN organizers held a small press conference outside Sproul Hall Friday evening to speak out regarding their occupation earlier this month of the campus Office of Undergraduate Admissions. The conference — attended by local middle and high school students and UC Berkeley applicants who were denied admission — was held
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Occupy protesters spread message at Cal Day

An expected 40,000 visitors converged on the UC Berkeley campus for Cal Day Saturday, including prospective students and their families as well as a handful of Occupy protesters. While visitors had free access to campus museums, exhibitions from various academic departments and a concert by Dr. Dog on Memorial Glade
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Two-party system challenged in race for ASUC president

The race for ASUC president is composed of a broad field of candidates this year, as several of the students running seek to challenge the traditional rivalry between the Student Action and CalSERVE parties. Over the past 16 years, only Student Action and CalSERVE candidates have been elected to the president’s
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