Game day through the eyes of a Cal Bandsman

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. That’s right, Game Days! Full of drunken revelry and, of course, lots of Cal pride, game days definitely make us proud to be Golden Bears (even if we don’t always win the actual game). But, there are plenty of students who don’t
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A walk through campus: remnants of history

UC Berkeley’s campus is littered with history and tradition in every corner — one must only look. Behind almost every building statue and bench is a story. South Hall, UC Berkeley’s first building, built in 1873, was where everything started. The early 1900s saw the rise of the Campanile and
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Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom speaks at UC Berkeley

Gavin Newsom, lieutenant governor of California, spoke at UC Berkeley’s Wheeler Hall for a political science class Wednesday. Newsom is the 49th lieutenant governor and former mayor of San Francisco — at the time, the city’s youngest mayor in more than a century. In February, he formed a committee to run for
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