Tag: UC Berkeley

Academic Senate passes resolutions criticizing response to Occupy Cal

Academic Senate passes resolutions criticizing response to Occupy Cal

| November 29, 2011 | 0 Comments

  Academic Senate passes resolutions criticizing response to Occupy Cal   Ashley Chen/Staff UC Berkeley professor Judith Butler addresses a crowd gathered at International House for the Academic Senate meeting. Most Related Posts Reactions to the police response to Occupy Cal on Nov. 9 Use of police force draws fierce condemnation Fighting the campus army […]

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Berkeley Faculty: No Confidence in Chancellor Over Campus Police Violence

Berkeley Faculty: No Confidence in Chancellor Over Campus Police Violence

| November 28, 2011 | 0 Comments

Berkeley Faculty: No Confidence in Chancellor Over Campus Police Violence Jon Wiener on November 25, 2011 – 12:02am ET Berkeley is not only a school with an honored history of campus protest; it’s also our greatest public university, and its faculty include some of the country’s most brilliant and accomplished people. So when those faculty […]

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Penn State and Berkeley: A Tale of Two Protests (The Nation)

Penn State and Berkeley: A Tale of Two Protests (The Nation)

| November 13, 2011 | 1 Comment

Student activists interlock arms as police in riot gear move in to clear a field of grass in front of Sproul Hall on the University of California at Berkeley campus Wednesday, November 9, 2011. (AP Photo/Ben Margot) On Wednesday night, two proud universities saw student demonstrations that spiraled into violence. On the campus of Penn […]

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Videos of Unprovoked Assault by Police on UC Berkeley Students (11/9/2011)

Videos of Unprovoked Assault by Police on UC Berkeley Students (11/9/2011)

| November 11, 2011 | 0 Comments

  The scene would be familiar to University of California graduates of a certain age: Protesters filled U.C. Berkeley’s Sproul Plaza, clashing with police who beat them back with nightsticks. In the end, campus police arrested 39 protesters after students twice tried to set up an occupation in the plaza. Following Oakland’s confrontations with protesters over […]

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