Tunesday: March Madness

Music and basketball go hand in hand, often influencing one another through fashion and sound. And, as last night was the last day of March Madness, it’s only right to dedicate a Tuneday to one of the largest events in America. Despite Cal’s early elimination, we can still celebrate our
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Relics of home: A thought piece

Being home for winter break often feels like taking a trip down memory lane. Your home is a place of comfort — time seems to have frozen the moment you left and retained all of your most precious memories, much like a time capsule. You simply cannot get the same feeling of comfort
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A freshman’s reflections on dead week

When I first heard about dead week, I thought it was a joke. I couldn’t believe that there was an entire week dedicated to studying. When I realized that it was real, I was incredibly relieved — having an entire week to do nothing but study would definitely reduce my
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Thoughts before an 8 a.m. lecture

We all know the wonderful feeling of finding a class on Schedulebuilder that has a perfect description, good amount of units and even sounds interesting. But, just as soon as the wonder subsides, the dread sets in when we look at the time for this class and see that it
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Professors guess millennial slang: UC Berkeley edition

We tested some UC Berkeley professors on millennial slang to see if they knew what we were talking about — and their answers were hilarious. Contact Toby Ho at [email protected]


Students, community members react to group living ordinance

More than 100 students attended a Berkeley City Council special work session Tuesday to protest an ordinance that would place additional regulations on mini-dorms and group living accommodations. Contact Lita Kittisrikangwan at [email protected]