An Earth Day spotlight on Zion National Park

The lessons I learned from my trip to Zion National Park began before I got even got there. As our car cruised along the I-15, past the borders of California, Nevada, Arizona and finally Utah, the prominence of ancient and hollow earth grew rapidly. The road toyed with us, leading
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Does Burning Man work?

Dragging myself out of the Nevada desert after a week of aimless exploration at Burning Man, I hungered for a receptacle for my reflections. I was confident clicking through a few reviews and photo essays would make sense of my mystical, dust-filled dreams. I was surprised to find, though, that
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Yann Hufnagel hired to Nevada coaching staff

Former Cal men’s basketball assistant coach Yann Hufnagel was hired by Nevada on Friday, joining basketball coach Eric Musselman’s staff, according to CBS Sports. Hufnagel had resigned from the Cal men’s basketball team Thursday, ending the appeal process after the Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination report that
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Live Blog: Cal falls to Nevada 31-24 in season opener

Follow along as Daily Cal football beat writers Jonathan Kuperberg and Michael Rosen and sports editor Annie Gerlach give play-by-play and analysis of the Cal-Nevada game live from Memorial Stadium. Today’s game marks Cal’s return to Memorial Stadium, which underwent a 21-month, $321 million renovation. But that puts more pressure
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Defensive End Chris McCain celebrates after a tackle in the November 5, 2011 game against Washington State in San Francisco.

Nevada pistol to fire shots at host Bears

After a year spent at temporary home AT&T Park, the Cal football team will assuredly be fired up for its return to Memorial Stadium this Saturday at noon. Head coach Jeff Tedford, however, is quick to remark that the new facilities won’t win football games. “What’s going on between the
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