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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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In anticipation of potentially violent protests, the campus paid an estimated amount of $600,000 in security expenses for conservative author Ben Shapiro’s visit Thursday, according to campus spokesperson Dan Mogulof.
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In anticipation of potentially violent protests, the campus paid an estimated amount of $600,000 in security expenses for conservative author Ben Shapiro’s visit Thursday, according to campus spokesperson Dan Mogulof.
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UC Berkeley has planned to set up a perimeter around Zellerbach Hall and surrounding buildings in anticipation of a speech from conservative commentator Ben Shapiro, forcing the buildings contained within the perimeter to close early.
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UC Berkeley has planned to set up a perimeter around Zellerbach Hall and surrounding buildings in anticipation of a speech from conservative commentator Ben Shapiro, forcing the buildings contained within the perimeter to close early.
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UC Berkeley administration released a list Thursday detailing all security measures being arranged for conservative speaker Ben Shapiro’s scheduled event Sept. 14, including a police perimeter spanning six buildings.
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UC Berkeley administration released a list Thursday detailing all security measures being arranged for conservative speaker Ben Shapiro’s scheduled event Sept. 14, including a police perimeter spanning six buildings.
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Martin Luther King Jr.’s voice echoed down the steps of Sproul Plaza on Saturday afternoon as the speech he delivered to UC Berkeley students in 1967 was replayed in the same spot 50 years later.
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Martin Luther King Jr.’s voice echoed down the steps of Sproul Plaza on Saturday afternoon as the speech he delivered to UC Berkeley students in 1967 was replayed in the same spot 50 years later.
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According to campus spokesperson Adam Ratliff the pests were found in a seating cushion on the second floor and likely originated from a visitor. With thousands of students set to arrive next week ahead of fall classes that start Wednesday, the building will remain closed until Sunday.
According to campus spokesperson Adam Ratliff the pests were found in a seating cushion on the second floor and likely originated from a visitor. With thousands of students set to arrive next week ahead of fall classes that start Wednesday, the building will remain closed until Sunday.
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