Additional Occupy Cal emails released

Public response to UC Berkeley administration's handling of Occupy Cal revealed

The Daily Californian has obtained more than 1,000 emails sent to Chancellor Robert Birgeneau and other UC Berkeley administrators in response to the campus’ handling of the November Occupy Cal protests. The emails, received by the Daily Cal from the campus’ Public Records Office on Tuesday, illustrate widespread dismay over
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Report on protest policies discussed at UC Regents meeting

SACRAMENTO — The UC Board of Regents commended and critiqued a draft report analyzing UC protest procedures at its meeting Wednesday, though many of the report’s recommendations will not be fully implemented for months. After an interruption by protesters earlier in the day that forced the regents to move to
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Protesters interrupt UC Regents meeting

Regents move into closed session as demonstrators interject with chants

SACRAMENTO — UC students dressed as inmates in a “debtor’s prison” interrupted Wednesday’s UC Board of Regents meeting as the board began to discuss a report critiquing UC campus responses to student protests. The board moved into closed session as about 20 protesters stood up and circled the public seating
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Report calls for UC to clarify protest policies

In the wake of controversial police force used against student protesters at UC Davis and UC Berkeley last November, the draft of a UC-commissioned report released Friday makes recommendations to minimize police involvement and help campus administrators adapt to each protest. The report — which was commissioned by UC President Mark Yudof
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Report reviewing UC protest policies released

A report reviewing and recommending changes to UC policies on protests was released Friday morning. After the Nov. 9 Occupy Cal protests and the UC Davis pepper-spraying incident, UC President Mark Yudof asked UC Berkeley School of Law Dean Christopher Edley and UC Vice President and General Counsel for Legal Affairs
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Livermore Lab retirees submit appeal in lawsuit against UC

After initial losses in the courts earlier this year, a group of University of California retirees at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory submitted an appeal to the California First District Court of Appeal on Feb. 27, seeking to prove that health coverage benefits they were promised were unfairly altered. The retirees
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