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G. Love jams for free at the Chapel

Few minimally publicized events can draw crowds on a Tuesday night, let alone crowds that wrap around the block hours before the doors even open. But free music from G. Love & Special Sauce, a band that has been around for decades, and an open bar have the ability to
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Opinion

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An open letter to the UC community

I want to stress that while I do identify with certain groups and a certain culture, those aspects are part of my persona but not a part of my platform. As your student regent-designate, I am committed to listening to and advocating on behalf of all students, regardless of background or belief.
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Let’s take back our tuition

As members of the ASUC Office of the External Affairs Vice President, we are relieved to see students fighting back against tuition hikes. Approximately 150 UC Berkeley students went to UCSF for the UC Board of Regents meeting Wednesday, thanks to the help of AFSCME, UAW and UPTE; later that
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Strikeout

On prepositions

Let’s be honest: Prepositions are perplexing. As the words that describe the relationship between other words in a sentence, prepositions are oftentimes regarded as the underbelly of the simple sentence, the godless glue that holds the otherwise thankless words in their proximity from the looming brink of irrelevance.
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The Daily Clog

Cal spirit: the road toward the Big Game

Boom. Boom. This is the sound of Oski’s funeral procession at the junior college across the bay. It’s Monday of Big Game Week, and Stanford University’s marching band, dressed in all black, forces a stuffed teddy bear — meant to represent Oski — inside a small coffin to await his slaughter
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