Cal women’s golf prepares for Stanford Intercollegiate

Following a month-long hibernation, the Bears’ women’s golf team will face off against rival Stanford, among others Pac-12 foes, in the annual Stanford Intercollegiate, a three-day weekend tournament beginning Oct. 14. It has been a month since Cal roamed the greens and roughs of any course, as its last tournament
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Poetry: Earthly dissonance

When your words run dry, Like the parched Colorado, thirsting for Mexico, Fissured lips, seldom a drop to lust at; Bed’s empty. When all it finds are bones, and you yours Find me I’ll be here.   When babes bristle at your touch Estranged — the forest from its soil,
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Predictions about Week 6 of Pac-12 football

It’s amazing what one week can do to a team. Two weeks ago, UCLA, Cal and USC were handed heart-breaking losses by teams that they clearly outplayed for the majority of the contest. This past Saturday, each team captured huge victories at home, delivering heart-wrenching blows of their own to
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Highlights from around the Mile High City

When my parents informed me of our move from sunny Southern California to the Colorado mountains, I was completely overwhelmed and unprepared for the change. The idea of snow and the sudden change in altitude were a lot to take in. But after spending various weeks here on breaks from
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California native survives a spring break blizzard

Spring break is a week typically consisting of sunburns, tanlines and fruity drinks. The weather report for last week in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, showed sun, sun, sun! Oh, and a chance of a blizzard Tuesday. But hey, in southern California, forecasters incorrectly predict rainstorms all the time. It was Tuesday morning. The windows
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