In episode eighteen, after initially recording an episode on March 22, Rory, Surina and Justice frantically re-record another episode via phone call to give their initial thoughts on the firing of head coach Wyking Jones.
Chandler Jones, a third-year Cal student who goes by the stage name Roderick Jaynes, performs his original song ‘Morning’. Special thanks to the UC Theatre for sharing their space with us!
Rosenqvist won her second Pac-12 Player of the Week award this season for her performance against the Arizona teams, winning both of her singles matches and both of her doubles matches to keep the Bears undefeated in conference play.
On Wednesday March 20, the Black Student Union held a rally on Sproul Plaza to protest police brutality.
In the first episode of the bi-weekly podcast, everything is over, Hanna and Emily dissect Berkeley’s stress culture.
In episode one, Justice delos Santos and Lucy Schaefer record the program’s very first episode on Cal baseball. Justice and Lucy summarize Cal’s season over the past month, discussing initial expectations versus current realities, the team’s youth and how the upcoming week might shake out.
No. 14 Cal women’s tennis blanked Arizona (8-6, 0-3) on Friday, 7-0, and routed Arizona State (5-8, 0-4) on Saturday, 5-2. Cal (8-3, 3-0) remains unbeaten in conference play and extended its winning streak to four this weekend.
Get a behind the scenes look at BareStage Productions latest play, Dog Sees God!
Catch up on everything that has been going on in sports this past week!
In episode thirteen, Justice goes solo-dolo as Rory and Surina take the weekend off for “load management.” Justice talks Cal’s losses to Arizona and Arizona State and what could be in store for Matt Bradley.