UC Berkeley must meet basic needs of its disabled students

CAMPUS ISSUES: Disabled students deserve more than the bare minimum. The campus needs to stop hiding behind bureaucratic excuses and step up

When Nancy Barker, a deaf visiting student researcher, came to UC Berkeley, she repeatedly requested American Sign Language interpreters from the campus’s Disabled Students’ Program, or DSP. Now, she’s filing a lawsuit against the campus for allegedly failing to provide these services. Barker’s case does not stand alone. It’s part
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Haas alumnus donates millions to fund new campus hall

The UC Berkeley Haas School of Business is on track for a much-needed physical expansion after a donation of $15 to $25 million from Kevin Chou, a Haas alumnus and founding CEO of mobile gaming studio Kabam, and physician and entrepreneur Dr. Connie Chen, his wife.
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