Birgeneau condemns new legislation limiting out-of-state enrollment

Chancellor Robert Birgeneau has requested that a proposed piece of state legislation that could cap out-of-state student enrollment at UC campuses be withdrawn from consideration by the state Senate. Birgeneau asked that Sen. Michael Rubio, D-Shafter, withdraw his proposed constitutional amendment — which would establish a 10 percent cap on out-of-state enrollment
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Friends remember UC Berkeley graduate and mother Milanca Lopez

Milanca Alicia Lopez, 22, a 2012 UC Berkeley graduate, died in a car accident Friday morning in Berkeley. According to Berkeley Police Department spokesperson Sgt. Mary Kusmiss, the fatal crash was reported to Berkeley Police Department at 1:13 a.m. Officers responded to the scene at California Street, just north of
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BAMN holds press conference to address occupation fallout

BAMN organizers held a small press conference outside Sproul Hall Friday evening to speak out regarding their occupation earlier this month of the campus Office of Undergraduate Admissions. The conference — attended by local middle and high school students and UC Berkeley applicants who were denied admission — was held
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Cal continues late-season slide in loss to UCLA

Last Saturday against Arizona, starting pitcher Matt Flemer gave up three runs in the first inning, and the Cal baseball team lost, 4-1. On Friday afternoon, the right-handed senior made it through the first inning against No. 11 UCLA in his final start at Evans Diamond. Unfortunately for the Bears
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New legislation could limit out-of-state enrollment at UC campuses

A new piece of California legislation that would limit out-of-state enrollment at each UC campus will likely face opposition from the university. Senate Constitutional Amendment 22, introduced Tuesday by state Senator Michael Rubio, D-Shafter, would establish a 10 percent cap on out-of-state enrollment in any incoming class — which includes
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Bears bested by No. 5 Bruins in Pac-12 semis

Before Friday, the Bears hadn’t defeated UCLA in six years. After Friday’s Pac-12 semifinal, it’s now seven. The No. 14 Bears finished their conference playoff run with a 5-0 loss to No. 5 UCLA on Friday in Ojai, Calif. Cal now awaits the NCAA committee’s decision on where the team
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Bears use walks to sweep No. 14 Bruins

Cal softball put away the Bruins with an offense driven mainly by walks. The Bears capitalized on lackluster pitching by UCLA’s Jessica Hall to finish off a series sweep of the No. 14 Bruins on Sunday. After snagging the first two wins in the home series on Friday and Saturday
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