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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 29, 2023

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Josh Yuen

Former Editor-in-Chief & President

Josh Yuen joined The Daily Californian as a sports reporter in fall 2016, covering college football as a blogger for "Bear Bytes." He later served as a beat writer for Cal softball in spring 2017, Cal women's tennis in fall 2017 and spring 2018, Cal women's basketball in winter 2017-2018 and Cal football in fall 2018 and fall 2019. Josh was previously a spring 2018 co-assistant sports editor, the fall 2018 lead sports editor and the fall 2019 editorial hiring manager. He wrapped up his time at The Daily Californian as the spring 2020 editor-in-chief & president.

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Part of acknowledging our identity as an organization is transparency, and our hiring team has collaborated to make this a priority.
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Part of acknowledging our identity as an organization is transparency, and our hiring team has collaborated to make this a priority.
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In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, the Daily Californian has been evaluating its options for continuing its normal operations during the coming weeks.
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In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, the Daily Californian has been evaluating its options for continuing its normal operations during the coming weeks.
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The illustration depicted a harmful stereotype of the Asian ethnic group in light of the COVID-19, or the new coronavirus, outbreak. It should not have been published, and we sincerely apologize to both the author of the story and our readers that it was.
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The illustration depicted a harmful stereotype of the Asian ethnic group in light of the COVID-19, or the new coronavirus, outbreak. It should not have been published, and we sincerely apologize to both the author of the story and our readers that it was.
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A bad break here and a turnover there made all the difference in a tightly contested shootout between Arizona State and Cal, one which culminated in a late battle between a pair of star guards.
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A bad break here and a turnover there made all the difference in a tightly contested shootout between Arizona State and Cal, one which culminated in a late battle between a pair of star guards.
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As the Sun Devils take aim at a fifth straight win, the Bears will seek to move on from a forgettable performance against the Wildcats.
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As the Sun Devils take aim at a fifth straight win, the Bears will seek to move on from a forgettable performance against the Wildcats.
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Thompson had been with the Mustangs program since 2008, producing at least one 1,000 yard rusher in each of the past nine seasons.
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Thompson had been with the Mustangs program since 2008, producing at least one 1,000 yard rusher in each of the past nine seasons.
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With Wilcox improving the program in each of his first three years as head coach, there’s reason to believe that the 2019 Redbox Bowl was the first step to a golden 2020.
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With Wilcox improving the program in each of his first three years as head coach, there’s reason to believe that the 2019 Redbox Bowl was the first step to a golden 2020.
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The following is a Q&A between Josh Yuen, editor in chief of the Daily Californian, Tatiania Perry, sports columnist for the Daily Illini and Jared Farmer, senior beat reporter for the Daily Illini.
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The following is a Q&A between Josh Yuen, editor in chief of the Daily Californian, Tatiania Perry, sports columnist for the Daily Illini and Jared Farmer, senior beat reporter for the Daily Illini.
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The veteran coach is in his third year with the Cal program, after spending the majority of his career at his alma mater — Oregon. For 25 of the 32 seasons he spent in Eugene, Greatwood served as the head offensive line coach.
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The veteran coach is in his third year with the Cal program, after spending the majority of his career at his alma mater — Oregon. For 25 of the 32 seasons he spent in Eugene, Greatwood served as the head offensive line coach.
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Regardless of where the Bears play their second bowl contest in as many years, a strong showing from their Big Ten opposition is anticipated.
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Regardless of where the Bears play their second bowl contest in as many years, a strong showing from their Big Ten opposition is anticipated.
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