At rest by Melinda Stuart
At rest by Melinda Stuart

UC’s Global Campus plans suspended because of lack of funds (East Bay Times)
Spring mansion up for sale again, this time for $7.5M (Bloomberg)
Berkeley-bound scholar rises from depths of schizophrenia (UCB News)
At two Berkeley theater companies, great art onstage and off (SF Chronicle)
Refugee-focused nonprofit 1951 Coffee heads to Berkeley (Daily Cal)
UC Berkeley provides kosher dining in food hall (J Weekly)
Berkeley’s lawsuit against Monsanto dismissed (Patch)
Review: They’re rockin’ out to Shakespeare in Berkeley (Mercury News)
From dawn to dusk with Cal football quarterback Davis Webb (College Hotline)
Campus Aquatic Center to open at end of September (Daily Cal)

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