Numerous demonstrators occupied the building for days to protest a 32 percent increase in University of California fees, an increase that was approved to help California''s higher education system recoup losses from the recent budget crisis, the story stated.
The cost of the damage and subsequent cleanup remains unknown and it is unlikely that charges will be brought against any of the students involved in the occupation, the story noted.
At least four truckloads of trash and other refuse have been removed from the building, the story added.
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