What textbooks should actually look like

It’s known that you should never judge a book by its cover, but when it comes to textbooks, it would really help to know what you’re getting yourself into. We wouldn’t mind spending $100 on a textbook if it accurately described the class. Here is what we think textbooks should
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Photo Archives: Co-op life in the 70’s

With the recent opening of the Bancroft Library’s exhibit on the Berkeley Student Cooperative’s history, we in the Daily Californian photo department decided to delve into our photo archives to see how past photographers documented the BSC. The most striking thing about these pictures is their timeless quality. Some pictures
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Meg Elison

Origin Myth

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Hey Megaphone, I never know what to say about myself. Every couple of days I meet someone new or I have to introduce myself in some online forum or give a synopsis of my life story. My life story is really weird. I was adopted as an older teenager. One
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The history of CREAM

The C.R.E.A.M. family thanks the Berkeley community for their support

As CREAM’s three-year anniversary approaches, our family wanted to take this opportunity to share our story with you. Three years ago, our family came across the retail location at 2399 Telegraph. We saw a “For Lease” sign in the window and decided to call the number. A few months later,
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Cal Grads Have It Good Too

Graduate school at Cal … not too shabby

After a particularly long week of class that culminates in a rather pointless discussion section at 5 p.m. on a Friday, you might be letting your thoughts stray to other things like the weekend, or maybe spring break. Looking around, you’re fairly sure that everyone is echoing similar statements, except
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