Frances Dinkelspiel

executive editor and co-founder of Berkeleyside

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UC Berkeley might have to cut the size of its incoming freshman class, as a judge has sided with a neighborhood group accusing the college of exacerbating homelessness.

Homelessness crisis might push UC Berkeley to cut size of student body

UC Berkeley might have to cut the size of its incoming freshman class, as a judge has sided with a neighborhood group accusing the college of exacerbating homelessness.

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