UC police must drastically change the way they treat minors

CAMPUS ISSUES: Campus community should be able to trust, rely on its police

Illustration of police officer standing over three young students
Alex Hong/Senior Staff

When it comes to the safety of children and the seriousness of racial bias, the campus administration should be quick to respond to initial concerns, and it is beyond imperative that the responses include concrete policy and procedural plans to make sure no other children end up in situations like this one.
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Two people sit on a stage as a person in a suit speaks with passionate hand gestures.

Panelists, study expose culture of anxiety at UC Berkeley

In an effort to address the mental health climate at UC Berkeley, the Berkeley Institute for the Future of Young Americans and the Goldman School of Public Policy hosted a conversation Thursday titled “A Generation Under Pressure: Talking Mental Health at UC Berkeley.”
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