The Berkeleyan: This week on campus
AUGUST 21, 2012
Dorm room Starting Friday, some 6,400 UC Berkeley undergraduates took part in an annual rite of passage - setting up their new home-away-from-home in campus residence halls, apartments and co-ops. For a snapshot of the action, check out some of the move-in photos and tweets posted online.

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Shawn LaPean When it reopens next week, Memorial Stadium will have a new, eclectic menu to go along with all the rest of the improvements. Concessions provided by Cal Dining will offer dim sum, sushi, hummus, spicy salmon rolls and veggie burgers alongside traditional fare.

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> Full lineup of events celebrating stadium reopening 

Barry McGee work The first-ever midcareer survey of the San Francisco artist Barry McGee's art opens Friday, Aug. 24, at BAM/PFA. The show covers the full range of his work, inspired by and engaged in urban life - from his graffiti beginnings to vibrant painted panels.

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High-profile U.S. Supreme Court case considers admissions.

Twenty-nine Cal teams, 24/7.

Study shows they're more prone to suicide, self-injury as they grow up.

New studies reveal a few surprises.

Relieving overcrowding has helped elementary students, according to research. 

Haas prof: It's about social status. 
Major boost for Cal Athletics, and a stadium plaza in their name.

Phones, data communications expected to be fully restored by Wednesday.

Free massages, tongue readings and therapy dogs at Wednesday open house.

IST offers online IT academy courses. 

I School's Geoff Nunberg dissects the ubiquity of the "A-Word."

On the Golden Bear student blog: A rough return after study abroad.

Pol in storm over rape comments is not even the most extreme Senate candidate, says law professor Dan Farber on the Berkeley Blog.

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