This week, we saw Cal Men’s Basketball lose its eighth straight game, Cal Varsity Rugby outrun the senior men’s team Olympic Club and Dóra Antal score 15 goals for Cal Women’s Water Polo.
We went behind the lines to experience what it’s like to be a Stanford University student. Video by Madhav Soni, Matthew Lee, and Ashley-Grace Vo Contact us at [email protected]
By the end of his freshman season, Ivan Rabb had put himself in the best position possible to not only get drafted, but to be selected in the lottery along with teammate and eventual No. 3 overall pick Jaylen Brown. A year and some change removed from his decision, Rabb’s stock has universally fallen in Mock Drafts as teams prepare for what is expected to be a star-studded class of 2017 featuring Markelle Fultz, Lonzo Ball and Josh Jackson, among others.
After winning against the Cavaliers on Monday, Oakland streets filled with fans celebrating the Golden State Warriors taking back the Championship title.
Daily Cal staff talk about the upcoming Super Bowl, taking sides with either the Patriots or the Falcons. Who do you think will win? Comment below! Cinematography and Editing by: Ashley-Grace Vo
With Big Game this Saturday, UC Berkeley students share why they are excited for the event. Video by Dapree Doyle and Lizzie Kroner Contact us [email protected]
The Daily Californian got in the pool with Egyptian swimmer Farida Osman, who spent months training through the 2011 Egyptian Revolution. She will compete in her second Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, this week in the women’s 100-meter butterfly and 50-meter freestyle.
Cal Triathlon held a St. Patrick’s Day-themed 5k race on Pi Day to fundraise for their upcoming races and give stressed students the opportunity to blow off steam. Filmed and edited by Karen Lin Music by Zachary Vogel
Each year on the morning of the annual Big Game, The Daily Californian and Stanford Daily battle it out in an intense game of flag football. Filmed by Karen Lin and Yuka Koshino Edited by Karen Lin
Established in 2005, the Cal Archery club continues to provide equipment and training to interested students. The team competes regularly against other campuses, including Stanford, UC Davis, Long Beach, USC, and UCLA.