Steam tunnels: the forbidden underworld of Berkeley

steam tunnels

A series of interconnected tunnels winds under the ground. The murky fog inside makes it hard to see anything but red and green lights, and every so often a hissing noise comes forth from deep within. Sounds like the dungeons of an old enchanted castle, right? Wrong! It turns out
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Campus time machine

The Berkeley campus is always changing. Since Fall 2010, my first semester, I’ve seen the demolition of Campbell and Eshleman Hall, the construction of Li Ka Shing Hall and the retrofitting of Memorial Stadium. I’ve heard about countless other plans for our campus in the coming years, reminding that althought
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