Cleanup of Strawberry Creek oil spill ends

Over a month after an oil spill at UC Berkeley leaked into Strawberry Creek and eventually into the San Francisco Bay, cleanup efforts officially ended Tuesday after over half of the fuel was recovered. Nearly 1,000 gallons of fuel — about 60 percent of the spill — have been recovered.
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Winter break news in review

The Daily Californian stopped publishing in print after classes ended Dec. 2. until the spring semester classes started Jan. 17.  Aggregated below is some of our coverage of the news that occurred in that time period. Click on the titles to read the full stories and browse through the news section
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UC Berkeley oil spill elicits concern over Strawberry Creek wildlife

An oil spill at UC Berkeley this weekend could have released more than 1,000 gallons of fuel into Strawberry Creek, raising concerns about the environmental impacts on the wildlife living in the stream. After a tank containing diesel fuel was found overflowing in Stanley Hall Saturday evening, approximately 1,700 gallons
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Oil spill at UC Berkeley sends fuel into Strawberry Creek

More than a thousand gallons of diesel fuel — of the 1,700 spilled total — escaped from Stanley Hall and could have entered Strawberry Creek, according to campus spokesperson Janet Gilmore. After an equipment failure Saturday caused a tank to overflow in the basement of Stanley Hall on the UC
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