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2016 Cal football preview: secondary

Much like the rest of the defense, the Cal football’s defensive secondary is looking to undergo an upgrade in experience and athleticism going into 2016. Since the Pac-12 features many pass-heavy spread offenses, talent and depth in the defensive secondary is a must-have for any team who has hope of
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7th Inning Stretch

From Cal to the Coliseum

In an otherwise lost season for the 2016 Oakland Athletics, the team has found a shortstop for the future in former Cal star and East Bay native, Marcus Semien. For Semien, it has been a season of redemption. After a shaky first season with the franchise, the insatiable work ethic
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A&E

Columns

Can’t stop the feelings

In an acting class I took, we once had to bring in an object that would spark one of our senses and summon feelings — someone brought fuzzy pajamas, my instructor described a memory associated with the smell of oranges. I brought in multi-colored dinner mints. You know the terrible-tasting
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Opinion

Columns

Pot of Gold

It was just the other day when I was talking to my brothers about flying out of state for the weekend when one of them responded, “I’m an adult. I don’t have time for stuff like that.” My optimism wasn’t yet shaken and I responded with a cheerful, “But life
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Columns

The Great Democratic Divide

Donald Trump is maturing politically. His seemingly chaotic campaign method is slowly finding strategic structure with the aid of his airtight, elite family circle that flaunts its connections within Capitol Hill. His running mate, Mike Pence, was chosen with painstaking deliberations; according to a New York Times report, “(a)dvisers and
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From The Blogs

The Daily Clog

Lessons UC Berkeley teaches us outside the classroom

Over the previous years, numerous lists have been concocted so that newly-admitted UC Berkeley students might get a peek into this new exciting phase in their lives. Yet very few include the very personal, intellectual changes that a person is likely to undergo among the administrative learning curve, which is no less than a horror ride. Here are nine things you are most likely to soon recognize (if you haven’t already in high school) after one or two semesters at UC Berkeley.
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The Daily Clog

Why UberEATS is the best thing to happen to us

If you’ve been in the East Bay this summer you may have been informed by a friend or two about UberEATS’ new promotion in which you can get a $20 discount on your first order using a friend’s promotion code, although now they’ve changed the promotion to a $10 discount. Like us, you were probably skeptical and conducted a comprehensive Google search to find out what the catch was. Turns out this deal is pretty much exactly what it sounds like and it’s basically the best thing to ever happen to UC Berkeley students in the history of free food promotions. Here are some reasons why:
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Eating Berkeley

Pizza biscuits

Think food doesn’t get any more convenient than pizza? Well, think again. These pizza biscuits are not only fast and easy to make, they are also perfect to eat on the go, like tiny calzones. So try this recipe for 16 biscuits and be ready to sink your teeth into a new take on a classic treat, oozing with melted mozzarella and warm marinara.
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Eating Berkeley

Best brunch in Berkeley

We all know about that infamous long line at La Note. We at the Clog have waited over an hour for a table before being able to treat ourselves to a scrumptious brunch. But, unsurprisingly, La Note isn’t the only option in town to grab a bite with friends in the morning. Here are a few of our favorites based on the things we think matter to you.
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