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The sum of a band

Subtlety, of course, is the enemy of “rules,” those one-size-fits-all, dictatorial commandments that ensure that all over the country, newspapers are using the same style and process for sharing information. I understand the need for these rules, and most of the time, it saves a lot of confusion.
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Incoming Chancellor Christ appoints Khira Griscavage chief of staff

Chancellor-designate Carol Christ has appointed Khira Griscavage to serve as her office’s chief of staff, according to a message sent to campus staff, faculty and student leaders Monday. Griscavage, who currently serves as associate chancellor, chief ethics, risk and compliance officer and the campus’s locally designated official, will follow Associate
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This Week in Bears: Natan Węgrzycki-Szymczyk honored, Stanford’s road ban lifted, new playing surfaces and Jack Clark criticizes hit

This Week in Bears features a plethora of topics, including Natan Węgrzycki-Szymczyk winning Pac-12 Men’s Rowing Athlete of the Year, the Stanford Band’s road ban being lifted, an examination of new playing surfaces at Memorial Stadium and Haas Pavilion and Cal rugby head coach Jack Clark’s comments on the hit which
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Midsummer Classic to become exhibition game

As Major League Baseball’s best come together this July in Miami to face off in the All-Star Game, the contest will undoubtedly have a different feel. The Midsummer Classic will no longer determine home-field advantage in the World Series; instead, it will be decided by regular-season records. This decision came
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