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Recreational Sports Facility (RSF)
2301 Bancroft Way (btwn Dana & Ellsworth Streets)
"Best deal for students. It is a large space, lots of equipment and weights. Can get crowded so try to avoid the before lunch and after dinner crowds!"
Walter A. Haas School of Business
2200 Piedmont Ave
"Enjoyable business school, excellent classes & international programs. College is blinded with the society & neighbourhood here, open culture & motivated atmosphere here. Good Luck!"
William Randolph Hearst Greek Theatre
2001 Gayley Road
"Bring a blanket to sit on since it's all outside and concrete. Hands down the best music venue I've been to in the Bay Area. Beautiful setup, great acoustics, and performers can see the entire crowd."
UC Doe Library
"The Free Speech Movement Cafe is on the main floor of the library. Like the library, it's open 24 hours during finals!"
C.V. Starr East Asian Library
Doe Library (Sather Rd)
"Welcome to the first freestanding structure at a U.S. university erected solely for East Asian collections. It has more than 900,000 volumes, primarily in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean."
Hargrove Music Library
UC Doe Library
"Seats are large enough for me to cross my legs, giant floor-length windows overlooking North Field, wide communal tables furnished w/lamps& power outlets, comfy armchairs -- this place is perfect."
Free Speech Movement Cafe
Café · $$
Doe Library (Wickson Rd)
"Love them brownies they have. Cool place for a quick bite, salads are good too. But lines before class starts can get ridiculously long. Get your coffee before Berkeley time! (3 of 4 petals via Fondu)"
Sather Rd (Frank Schlessinger Way)
"Finding a room in Dwinelle can be a confusing/scary mission, don't be ashamed to look at a map! There's a Peet's coffee in this building. Look at the flyers on the walls for student events!"
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