‘We need to stand together as tenants’: Protesters oppose 1921 Walnut St. eviction

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Because of UC Berkeley's plans to demolish 1921 Walnut St. to build campus housing for transfer students, the 1921 Walnut St. Association organized the “Save 1921 Walnut St.” protest outside of the apartment building Wednesday afternoon. As a response, UC Berkeley Capital Strategies spokesperson Kyle Gibson emphasized that throughout the relocation process for the building's tenants, campus will be accommodating.

For Paul Wallace, 1921 Walnut St. has served as his home for the past six years and is the only thing keeping him from experiencing homelessness during the pandemic, a reality that makes UC Berkeley’s notices of eviction particularly “infuriating.”
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Here’s how you should vote on Berkeley’s 8 city measures

CITY AFFAIRS: 8 crucial measures are on Berkeley residents' ballots this election season. Here are The Daily Californian Editorial Board’s takes on how residents should vote this November.

Here are The Daily Californian Editorial Board’s takes on each of the measures and how residents should vote this November. 
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