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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!

Jasper Kenzo Sundeen

Editor-in-Chief and President

Jasper Kenzo Sundeen joined The Daily Californian in fall of 2018. He was a deputy sports editor in fall of 2019, sports editor in spring of 2020 and deputy special issues editor in fall of 2020. He was a member of the editorial board in summer and fall of 2020 and a hiring manager in summer of 2020. He covered Cal football in fall of 2020, women's gymnastics in spring of 2020, men's soccer in fall of 2019 and track and field in spring of 2019. He was elected Editor-in-Chief in 2021 and enjoys homemade popcorn.

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The outside — real and imaginary — is where we find adventures of all kinds and where, ultimately, we will learn and grow.
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The outside — real and imaginary — is where we find adventures of all kinds and where, ultimately, we will learn and grow.
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The Olympics are the culmination of years of hard work, but that cannot detract from the voices of residents and the cancellation that could occur.
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The Olympics are the culmination of years of hard work, but that cannot detract from the voices of residents and the cancellation that could occur.
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While every sport in the Summer Olympics is electrifying in its own way, here are the five that have a special place in our hearts.
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While every sport in the Summer Olympics is electrifying in its own way, here are the five that have a special place in our hearts.
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We hope you check out our Pride impact issue, where The Daily Californian provides a platform for voices from the LGBTQ+ community in Berkeley.
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We hope you check out our Pride impact issue, where The Daily Californian provides a platform for voices from the LGBTQ+ community in Berkeley.
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From our tips to safely attending sporting events after COVID-19 to a power ranking of frozen desserts to try this season, this issue has your long, lazy afternoons covered.
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From our tips to safely attending sporting events after COVID-19 to a power ranking of frozen desserts to try this season, this issue has your long, lazy afternoons covered.
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Whether you’re in the mood for a light and refreshing snack or a bold and fulfilling treat, here’s a ranking of our favorite go-to frozen dessert choices.
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Whether you’re in the mood for a light and refreshing snack or a bold and fulfilling treat, here’s a ranking of our favorite go-to frozen dessert choices.
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The Daily Californian won first place in multiple categories for four-year universities — you are now a reader of the best college newspaper in California.
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The Daily Californian won first place in multiple categories for four-year universities — you are now a reader of the best college newspaper in California.
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To build a sport, to build a world, which is truly sustainable, that power of wealth must be shattered. This is football — the goal is not profit, but rather the posts and nets at each end of the pitch.
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To build a sport, to build a world, which is truly sustainable, that power of wealth must be shattered. This is football — the goal is not profit, but rather the posts and nets at each end of the pitch.
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The University Library issued a call for public comment on its proposal for changes to the South/Southeast Asia Library, or S/SEAL, resulting in the UC Berkeley community expressing various concerns toward the proposed changes.
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The University Library issued a call for public comment on its proposal for changes to the South/Southeast Asia Library, or S/SEAL, resulting in the UC Berkeley community expressing various concerns toward the proposed changes.
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