62,000 students applied for UC Berkeley’s freshman class [UCB News]
Berkeley authors raise $50,000 to start new children’s imprint [Kickstarter]
Cal economist one of two for whom the Buffett rule is just the start [NYT]
Charges against protester dropped under direction of Cal Chancellor [Daily Cal]
Berkeley students chip in to work with North Richmond [Richmond Confidential]
Cal economists contribute to just released “Occupy Handbook” [UCB]
FRENCH MOVE Café Clem has moved from its former spot on Seventh Street to downtown Berkeley at 2020 Kittredge Street, right at the central library. The new location for the café, which offers a French-inspired menu including baguette sandwiches, croques monsieur, pains perdus and coffee and teas, will also serve as the catering department for both Café Clem and La Note. The new Café Clem is inviting the community to an open house to mark its opening on Friday April 20, 5-7pm.
The woman who was the only named member of the group in a citizen’s lawsuit against Berkeley’s use of library bond funds has filed a number of lawsuits against her critics.
On the evening of Thursday April 26, Berkeleyside will hold its second “Open Office” at Pane Italiano Qualita (more commonly known as PIQ) in downtown Berkeley.
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