University of Construction at Berkeley?

Even if you’re someone who only escapes the cozy sanctuary of your home to take the mind-numbing beeline walk to class every day, you’ve surely noticed the ubiquitous construction spanning the length of campus. At first glance, it may seem like an inconvenience — a rather huge and irritating one at
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Deaf professor teaches campus’s first yearlong ASL course

For most people, the walk to Evans Hall is rarely silent. However, for Patrick Boudreault, a lecturer in the UC Berkeley linguistics department, that walk has always been silent. Boudreault, who is teaching the campus’s first yearlong American Sign Language course this fall, was born deaf. He has never heard
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Some campus classrooms undergo changes for learning experiment

One of several UC Berkeley classrooms that are being converted into active learning classrooms, which would serve as “test kitchens” to try out new tools and techniques in classes, was completed last week and will now be available for use in the fall semester. The project to transform two classrooms
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