The Daily Cal Summer Arts Calendar

Before reading on, check out this Daily Cal summer calendar which aggregates all the concerts, festivals and other entertaining performances coming to the Bay Area! June 29 to 30: San Francisco LGBT Pride Celebration and Parade SF Pride has beginnings that date back to 1972, with a few name changes Read More…

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Lessons learned as a freshman

To all incoming freshmen, I will first say that CalSO is terrible, and if you walk away with nothing but a sweaty Cal ID photo and an unbearable desire to transfer before August, you’re in good company. If you’re enjoying yourself, kudos. If not, hang in there. The school year Read More…

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10 reasons to be glad you already go to Cal

Saturday was an opportunity for everyone to relive his or her awkward, excited, confusing senior days of high school. The ones when we had to choose where the heck to go to college in the fall. It’s fun to see kids deciding if Berkeley is in their future, but here Read More…

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We Spy: bicycles invading Berkeley

If you were on Telegraph Friday night you probably noticed the hoards of cyclists that were crowding the streets in a large caravan. If it seemed like there were too many cyclists together at the same time and place for it to be coincidental, then congratulations, you have amazing instincts! Read More…

Toward a better Telegraph

CITY AFFAIRS: Turning Telegraph Avenue into a 24/7 business area is a good move, but more must be done to improve the street’s environment.

Imagine a new Telegraph Avenue, vibrant and welcoming at all hours, where students can enjoy Southside businesses 24/7. Such a vision may become a reality in the not-so-distant future now that Berkeley City Council has given the green light to create a 24/7 commercial district in the Telegraph area south Read More…