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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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The eight rent-controlled units that once encompassed 1921 Walnut St. are now little more than a barren construction site.
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The eight rent-controlled units that once encompassed 1921 Walnut St. are now little more than a barren construction site.
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UC Berkeley’s Campus Master Plan lays out a green vision for a more sustainable and accessible campus that better accommodates current and future needs.
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UC Berkeley’s Campus Master Plan lays out a green vision for a more sustainable and accessible campus that better accommodates current and future needs.
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Following the recent collapse of a condominium building in Florida, members of the UC Berkeley community took the time to reflect on existing building regulations and campus’ overall earthquake preparedness.
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Following the recent collapse of a condominium building in Florida, members of the UC Berkeley community took the time to reflect on existing building regulations and campus’ overall earthquake preparedness.
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UC Berkeley released its draft of the 2021 Long Range Development Plan which outlines how the campus will best utilize land and university facilities for the next 15 years.
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UC Berkeley released its draft of the 2021 Long Range Development Plan which outlines how the campus will best utilize land and university facilities for the next 15 years.
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Dozens of tents, hammocks strewn up between redwoods, park regulars and student activists currently encompass the landscape of People’s Park. In the midst of this is an ongoing controversy over UC Berkeley’s plan to develop the area, resulting in protests and retaliation.
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Dozens of tents, hammocks strewn up between redwoods, park regulars and student activists currently encompass the landscape of People’s Park. In the midst of this is an ongoing controversy over UC Berkeley’s plan to develop the area, resulting in protests and retaliation.
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UC Berkeley students have been occupying People’s Park since Monday in hopes of pressuring the campus to stop its plans to build housing on the park.
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UC Berkeley students have been occupying People’s Park since Monday in hopes of pressuring the campus to stop its plans to build housing on the park.
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UC Berkeley students and community members alike gathered in People’s Park on Friday to protest campus plans to build housing in the area, culminating in crowds of people tearing down fences and placing them on the steps of Sproul Hall.
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UC Berkeley students and community members alike gathered in People’s Park on Friday to protest campus plans to build housing in the area, culminating in crowds of people tearing down fences and placing them on the steps of Sproul Hall.
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In preparation for plans to build student and supportive housing, UC Berkeley Capital Strategies, which oversees campus development, temporarily closed sections of People’s Park on Tuesday for soil and safety testing.
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In preparation for plans to build student and supportive housing, UC Berkeley Capital Strategies, which oversees campus development, temporarily closed sections of People’s Park on Tuesday for soil and safety testing.
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UC Berkeley is seeking community input to update its Long Range Development Plan and Campus Master Plan by hosting a virtual open house from May 28 through August 31.
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UC Berkeley is seeking community input to update its Long Range Development Plan and Campus Master Plan by hosting a virtual open house from May 28 through August 31.
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Seismic concerns have come to the front of many campus community members' minds in recent months, leaving them worried about the potential effects of an earthquake after six campus buildings were found to have a severe implied risk to life.
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Seismic concerns have come to the front of many campus community members' minds in recent months, leaving them worried about the potential effects of an earthquake after six campus buildings were found to have a severe implied risk to life.
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