Cal falls to Oregon on road, 45-24

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A cold night in Eugene seemed a bit colder to the Cal football team, which lost a bit more of its 3-0 luster with its second straight loss in Pac-12 play, losing 45-24 to the Ducks. The Oregon offense spent most of its time in the end zone, the Oregon
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Editor’s Note

For this year’s Study Abroad special issue, we highlighted the experiences of the UC Berkeley students who decided to go abroad to see new places, learn about themselves and bring their experiences back to Berkeley. More than 1,800 Bears traveled to 40 countries across the globe and brought back some
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Jabari Parker and the search for a small-market superstar

The current landscape of the NBA is one that is both constantly evolving and alarmingly stagnate. The former can be explained by anyone who paid any semblance of attention to this 2017 off-season. Kyrie Irving, Paul George, Isaiah Thomas, Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony, players all once considered franchise cornerstones,
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Cal men’s soccer notches 2-0 win over UCLA

Cal men’s soccer could not have asked for a better outcome when they left UCLA on Thursday night. The evening’s 2-0 victory not only opened up a two-game road trip favorably, but also kicked off the team’s conference schedule on the right foot. Any troubles that Cal has had scoring
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Studying abroad or staying local

I realized that my obsession with globetrotting did not necessarily stem from a need to explore new locations, but a need to continuously challenge myself and expand my worldview. By fleshing this out, I was able to separate my experiences from the destinations themselves.
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