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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Since the formation of UC Berkeley’s division of Computing, Data Science and Society, or CDSS, students and faculty alike have urged for the establishment their own physical place on campus.
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Since the formation of UC Berkeley’s division of Computing, Data Science and Society, or CDSS, students and faculty alike have urged for the establishment their own physical place on campus.
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At 5 p.m. Wednesday, students, park residents and People’s Park advocates gathered on Sproul Plaza to send a message: end development on People’s Park.
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At 5 p.m. Wednesday, students, park residents and People’s Park advocates gathered on Sproul Plaza to send a message: end development on People’s Park.
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The eight rent-controlled units that once encompassed 1921 Walnut St. are now little more than a barren construction site.
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The eight rent-controlled units that once encompassed 1921 Walnut St. are now little more than a barren construction site.
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UC Berkeley’s Campus Master Plan lays out a green vision for a more sustainable and accessible campus that better accommodates current and future needs.
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UC Berkeley’s Campus Master Plan lays out a green vision for a more sustainable and accessible campus that better accommodates current and future needs.
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Campus Director of Communications Kyle Gibson said in an email that the school announced the plan to build the Beach Volleyball Courts in 2018 as part of the campus’ efforts to remain compliant with Title IX, a federal law that requires gender equity in educational programs. The underused recreation field at the Clark Kerr Campus will be used to establish four courts, an additional support building and a lawn area for spectators, Gibson said. 
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Campus Director of Communications Kyle Gibson said in an email that the school announced the plan to build the Beach Volleyball Courts in 2018 as part of the campus’ efforts to remain compliant with Title IX, a federal law that requires gender equity in educational programs. The underused recreation field at the Clark Kerr Campus will be used to establish four courts, an additional support building and a lawn area for spectators, Gibson said. 
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UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ and other campus representatives broke ground on the site of the Helen Diller Anchor House on Monday, over a year after the project’s initial announcement.
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UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ and other campus representatives broke ground on the site of the Helen Diller Anchor House on Monday, over a year after the project’s initial announcement.
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Community-led campaign Saving Anna Head School is raising awareness of the dilapidated state of Anna Head School and calling on campus administrators to provide funds to help preserve it.
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Community-led campaign Saving Anna Head School is raising awareness of the dilapidated state of Anna Head School and calling on campus administrators to provide funds to help preserve it.
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Demolition is currently underway for the University Garage, a landmarked garage and gas station, in order to accommodate more housing for UC Berkeley students.
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Demolition is currently underway for the University Garage, a landmarked garage and gas station, in order to accommodate more housing for UC Berkeley students.
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Moffitt Library will be closed to students next semester for a seismic strengthening project that will take place from January to August 2022.
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Moffitt Library will be closed to students next semester for a seismic strengthening project that will take place from January to August 2022.
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After extensive community efforts to save eight rent controlled units at 1921 Walnut Street, the last of the tenants have agreed to move out, paving the way for its impending demolition and UC Berkeley's construction of new student housing. 
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After extensive community efforts to save eight rent controlled units at 1921 Walnut Street, the last of the tenants have agreed to move out, paving the way for its impending demolition and UC Berkeley's construction of new student housing. 
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