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Topic - Haas School Of Business
An alleged gunman who was shot by police on the University of California, Berkeley campus died at a hospital hours after the confrontation, a university spokesman said Wednesday.
Anti-Wall Street activists were bracing for a confrontation with police Wednesday after establishing a tent encampment on the steps of the University of California, Berkeley student plaza despite a campus ban on camping.
A man with a gun was shot by police Tuesday inside the business school at the University of California, Berkeley, after hundreds of students and anti-Wall Street activists descended on the campus for a day of protest.