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Farewell column: Number 197

The Victory Lap

When I was touring colleges as a high schooler, I developed a tradition. At each school I went to, I picked up a copy of the student newspaper to take home with me. Half of the challenge was finding the newspapers hidden away in remote locations. The rest was avoiding
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Davis Webb’s stock rising for NFL Draft

After former Bear Jared Goff was taken first overall in the 2016 NFL draft, Cal football’s representation at Thursday’s 2017 edition was bound to take a hit. That’s still the case, but the rising opinion of quarterback Davis Webb among NFL personnel is giving the Bears another shot at having
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Cal softball notches comeback win vs. UC Davis

Star Wars fans know that Anakin Skywalker turned to the dark side after being lured by Emperor Palpatine. While young, talented and creative, Skywalker’s biggest weakness was his lack of patience. It was this flaw in his personality that was exploited by the Emperor, leading to uncontrollable frustration and, ultimately,
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Cal men’s golf enters Pac-12 Championships for final swings

Maya Rao covers men’s golf. Contact her at [email protected]

With the 2017 spring season pretty much in the books, it is no surprise that the Cal men’s golf team is ready to start the offseason rebuilding process. With one more tournament to check off, the Pac-12 Championships, Cal’s golfers will get their final swings in before starting over from
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Cal lacrosse makes MPSF tournament, to face Stanford

Against all odds, the Cal lacrosse team has qualified for the MPSF tournament. Having won only two games headed into the playoff push, it seemed as if the Bears (5-12) were doomed from the start. But their perseverance and steady improvement turned the odds in their favor, and they breezed
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