Berkeley Old Time Music Convention

On September 16, musicians came from all over the country to participate in the five day convention featuring traditional string-band, tap dancing, fiddling performances and more.

daily cal septemeber 11 front page

Daily Cal articles following 9/11 attacks: ‘Our Nation Saw Evil’

Below is a collection of articles that The Daily Californian printed in its September 12, 2001 issue. We hope this will illustrate and convey the atmosphere among the campus community immediately following the attacks. — ‘OUR NATION SAW EVIL’ HIJACKED AIRPLANES RAM INTO WORLD TRADE CENTER, PENTAGON; AIRWAYS, STOCK MARKETS
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New class focuses on funding for athletics

Editor’s Note: A previous version of this article was an incomplete draft posted due to a technical error. The version you see below is the final version, as published in print on Thursday, August 25, 2011. This fall, a few faculty members will teach a freshman seminar that focuses on
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Fall Orientation Editors’ Note

This year, things are turning around in more ways than one. The Cal Bears will be playing at a smaller, more inconvenient location as the renovations to  Memorial Stadium continue to progress. State funding cuts to the University of California currently total $650 million for this year, with more potentially
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OFF THE BEAT: Turn down the suck!

When I first got hired at The Daily Californian, I thought I was the shit. No matter that I had already been rejected once before and up until that point had little to no journalism experience. I was on top of the world and thought I was going to be
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OFF THE BEAT: Be good or good at it

Sometimes I like making mistakes just to see if I can get myself out of them. When I was four, it was cutting my mid-back length hair shorter and shorter until it came within three inches of being considered a pixie cut. I thought that it would quickly grow back
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