Guards Crabbe, Cobbs to lead young Cal roster

For the first time as Cal men’s basketball coach, Mike Montgomery won’t have Jorge Gutierrez and Harper Kamp beside him in Haas Pavilion. But he may not need them to reach the NCAA Tournament for the fourth time in his five seasons in Berkeley. “We’ve got a good nucleus of
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GMOs have long history at UC Berkeley

With national, state and local elections fast approaching, UC Berkeley faculty members and local activists gathered on campus Oct. 24 to discuss genetically modified foods in relation to Proposition 37, which would require foods containing genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, to be labeled. One topic of discussion was the campus’s
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Gehan’s return bodes well for Cal against Washington

The Cal volleyball team should feel fortuitous that its upcoming matchup against No. 8 Washington is at Haas Pavillion. Despite its top-10 ranking, the Huskies can attribute their success to their home advantage. Of its four conference losses, three came away from home. And with the return of veteran outside
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Cal faces Stanford in a battle of titans

Wednesday hosts a head-to-head collision between No.3 ranked Stanford, who boasts the No. 2 recruiting class in the nation, and the back-to-back NCAA champions Cal. The Cal men’s swimming team will battle Stanford in the unconventional triple distance format that features six different categories. The rivalry meet will take place
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Veteran pollsters discuss prospects for Prop. 30

With less than 36 hours until the first precincts of the 2012 election close in California, veteran pollsters met with members of the UC Berkeley campus community Monday to discuss what the findings of a late-October voter survey could mean for the imminent election. The surveys were conducted by The
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