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1. Brief appearance by Milo marked by peaceful demonstrations

Milo Yiannopoulis visited the UC Berkeley campus on Sunday, talking with supporters.

2. Notice: Sept. 24-27 events canceled

The Berkeley Patriot student organization has indicated through its outside legal counsel that they have canceled all events due to take place from Sept. 24-27.

3. Saturday update on Sept. 24-27 events

The student organization Berkeley Patriot has indicated through its outside legal counsel that they have canceled all events due to take place from Sept. 24-27.

4. Ever wonder how to mount a moth?

Peter Oboyski, collections manager at the UC Berkeley Essig Museum of Entomology, demonstrates how to properly mount a moth.

5. New CalFresh ‘super clinics’ to help hungry students

Campus and county are partnering to enroll students in federal food assistance program; some 10,000 students likely eligible

6. Alum gives $4.4 million for scholarships for business students from immigrant families



7. Chancellor Christ condemns hate messages

"Berkeley is better than what these incidents reflect," she says, urging people to review the campus's Principles of Community and to seek help if needed

8. New York Times asks what free speech means to you

Newspaper collects diverse viewpoints from Berkeley students and faculty

9. Student Oscars: Two nominations, one win for recent journalism school grads

Two recent grads of UC Berkeley's journalism school got nods for Student Academy Awards for stand-out documentary films.

10. Expert’s advice: Don’t engage with the alt-right on campus

The alt-right is laying a trap for Berkeley students during next week’s planned “Free Speech Week,” a writer with the Southern Poverty Law Center, the Alabama-based anti-hate group, told students and administrators Tuesday night. The