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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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UC Berkeley's Campanile closed Sunday afternoon due to a malfunctioning credit card reader and will remain closed temporarily.
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UC Berkeley's Campanile closed Sunday afternoon due to a malfunctioning credit card reader and will remain closed temporarily.
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UCPD Chief Margo Bennett clarified questions that ASUC Senators had regarding the recent controversial arrest of two Black students at Wednesday night’s regular meeting.
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UCPD Chief Margo Bennett clarified questions that ASUC Senators had regarding the recent controversial arrest of two Black students at Wednesday night’s regular meeting.
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About 200 students and community members attended a rally and lie-down protest held by the Black Student Union, or BSU, on Wednesday afternoon on Sproul Plaza in response to the arrests of two Black students by UCPD on March 8.
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About 200 students and community members attended a rally and lie-down protest held by the Black Student Union, or BSU, on Wednesday afternoon on Sproul Plaza in response to the arrests of two Black students by UCPD on March 8.
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UCPD arrested two Black students on the UC Berkeley campus March 8, generating controversy from the campus community, including allegations of racial profiling.
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UCPD arrested two Black students on the UC Berkeley campus March 8, generating controversy from the campus community, including allegations of racial profiling.
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The altered banners displayed messages including, “Campus buildings are named after colonizer D.P. Barrows and slaveholder J. LeConte” and “UC Berkeley has only returned 313 of 10,000 Native American remains held by the campus.”
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The altered banners displayed messages including, “Campus buildings are named after colonizer D.P. Barrows and slaveholder J. LeConte” and “UC Berkeley has only returned 313 of 10,000 Native American remains held by the campus.”
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The three chicks hatched mid-April, and the runner-up names were Cam, Pan and Ile, according to campus spokesperson Roqua Montez.
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The three chicks hatched mid-April, and the runner-up names were Cam, Pan and Ile, according to campus spokesperson Roqua Montez.
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Campus spokesperson Adam Ratliff said that the new master leases are intended to increase this number by about 665 beds for both undergraduate and graduate students by 2023, with 254 beds to be provided by the 2018-19 academic year as two new building projects are developed.
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Campus spokesperson Adam Ratliff said that the new master leases are intended to increase this number by about 665 beds for both undergraduate and graduate students by 2023, with 254 beds to be provided by the 2018-19 academic year as two new building projects are developed.
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UCPD’s response to a UC workers’ rally organized Feb. 1 makes it clear that the campus needs to implement more oversight for its police officers.
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UCPD’s response to a UC workers’ rally organized Feb. 1 makes it clear that the campus needs to implement more oversight for its police officers.
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Robert Reich, a campus professor at the Goldman School of Public Policy and former U.S. secretary of labor, will now be allowing the public access to his “Wealth and Poverty” class, one of the most sought-after courses on campus, through Facebook.
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Robert Reich, a campus professor at the Goldman School of Public Policy and former U.S. secretary of labor, will now be allowing the public access to his “Wealth and Poverty” class, one of the most sought-after courses on campus, through Facebook.
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A pair of rare peregrine falcons have, once again, made the Campanile their home. This time, they will be nesting in a permanent nest box constructed by a local group of volunteers.
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A pair of rare peregrine falcons have, once again, made the Campanile their home. This time, they will be nesting in a permanent nest box constructed by a local group of volunteers.
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