Cal rugby hosts their first PAC Rugby 7s Championship

It is no secret that the Cal men’s rugby team is one of the university’s most prized athletic programs, with a storied past dating back all the way to the 1880s. For the first time in school history, the Cal men’s rugby team will host a fall 7s tournament, as
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Cal volleyball hosts two Pac-12 rivals from Arizona

The Bears have a busy weekend at Haas Pavilion. The Cal volleyball team will take on No. 20 Arizona State (16-9 overall, 6-7 Pac-12) and No. 16 Arizona (18-6, 7-5) this weekend, kicking it off with Friday’s game against the Sun Devils at 7 p.m. Then the Bears (8-14, 0-12)
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Finding power in poetry: The many voices of Aya de Leon

It’s 2005, and spoken word artist Aya de Leon is testing the waters of a new medium through which to broadcast her work: television. Hands on her hips and decked head-to-toe in a black sweatsuit, she makes her entrance. The topic for this evening? Cellulite. This isn’t the first time
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Deviant Dream

Deviant Dream: intellegencia queen Light, she is prone of it, she is immune to it. It drowns upon the faces of everyone else but she- But she — a deviant being, a socially deviant being. She done learnt to survive — cockroach ass human being! The light reject her because
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On a fear of commencing and Bill Maher

It’s hard to make a statement that applies to all of us who are about to graduate. We are a diverse set, varied in tastes and beliefs. There is no typical Berkeley student. But, I think right now all of us are a little scared. Since I was 18, Berkeley
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