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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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When first entering International House, or I-House, visitors are greeted by the artwork of David Goines. A white dove is included in each poster, symbolizing peace and I-House’s commitment to fostering intercultural understanding and friendship among students for the purpose of promoting a more just world.
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When first entering International House, or I-House, visitors are greeted by the artwork of David Goines. A white dove is included in each poster, symbolizing peace and I-House’s commitment to fostering intercultural understanding and friendship among students for the purpose of promoting a more just world.
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We must protect all that I-House represents and hold it accountable when it fails to live up to its own mission and expectations.
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We must protect all that I-House represents and hold it accountable when it fails to live up to its own mission and expectations.
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Students will not be able to live in UC Berkeley's International House in the fall and potentially for the remainder of the 2020-21 academic year.
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Students will not be able to live in UC Berkeley's International House in the fall and potentially for the remainder of the 2020-21 academic year.
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Flying Kiwibots, a llama therapy booth on Lower Sproul and a display of the 2017 Milo Yiannopoulos protests are just some of the fixtures depicted in a virtual UC Berkeley campus students and alumni have been building in a Minecraft server popularly known as “Blockeley University.”
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Flying Kiwibots, a llama therapy booth on Lower Sproul and a display of the 2017 Milo Yiannopoulos protests are just some of the fixtures depicted in a virtual UC Berkeley campus students and alumni have been building in a Minecraft server popularly known as “Blockeley University.”
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As part of her book launch tour, a fireside chat was held at UC Berkeley’s International House, or I-House, where Plank discussed her book with Victor Pineda.
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As part of her book launch tour, a fireside chat was held at UC Berkeley’s International House, or I-House, where Plank discussed her book with Victor Pineda.
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In light of recent news regarding an invasion of California oak moth caterpillars, the UC Berkeley administration has voted to allow the caterpillars to enroll in classes along with the campus’s approximately 35,000 other students.
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In light of recent news regarding an invasion of California oak moth caterpillars, the UC Berkeley administration has voted to allow the caterpillars to enroll in classes along with the campus’s approximately 35,000 other students.
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Baroness Oona King was honored at UC Berkeley's I-House during the 31st Annual Celebration and Awards Gala, receiving the Alumna of the Year award.
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Baroness Oona King was honored at UC Berkeley's I-House during the 31st Annual Celebration and Awards Gala, receiving the Alumna of the Year award.
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We here at the Clog have devised a foolproof plan to pull you (and us) out of the wretched semester slump, which has arrived and hit hard.
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We here at the Clog have devised a foolproof plan to pull you (and us) out of the wretched semester slump, which has arrived and hit hard.
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One of the most inconvenient things about summer sessions is that the libraries on campus close early and you're at a loss for where to study.
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One of the most inconvenient things about summer sessions is that the libraries on campus close early and you're at a loss for where to study.
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Last year, The Daily Californian interviewed five UC Berkeley freshmen about their housing situations. This year, The Daily Californian followed up.
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Last year, The Daily Californian interviewed five UC Berkeley freshmen about their housing situations. This year, The Daily Californian followed up.
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