Matisyahu preaches peace through music in Lower Sproul performance

Last Sunday at Lower Sproul Plaza, reggae-rap musician Matisyahu aimed to bring harmony between student groups on opposite sides of political conflict.  The show, co-sponsored by Berkeley Hillel, was part of Matisyahu’s nationwide university tour that sought to promote unity and empathy through music. The tour was inspired by the
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Tentative move-in dates for Lower Sproul

After more than two years without a hub for student life, the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union and Eshleman Hall are finally opening their doors to students. If the idea of a campus pub hasn’t already captured your attention, Lower Sproul has more to offer by way of restaurants, student offices, the Cal Student Store and much more.
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ASUC Student Union board must protect Lower Sproul contract workers

CAMPUS ISSUES: ASUC Student Union board must be accountable for Chartwells workers' rights

In just a few short weeks, a pizzeria, burger joint, Mexican eatery and whiskey bar will open their doors in Lower Sproul Plaza. The area will likely become a concentrated hub of student life — something that students haven’t experienced in two and a half years. But underneath the fanfare
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A contract in question

Lower Sproul food service company comes under fire

Several years before the company Chartwells was selected to operate restaurants in the newly renovated Lower Sproul, it faced backlash from food service workers at Northeastern University for an array of alleged mistreatment.
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