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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

Year! Review! Read our 2022 Year in Retrospect Issue!

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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The hashtag #AxeALS has been spearheaded by Team Stevens Nation, a website dedicated to the family’s story and the difficulties of dealing with an ALS diagnosis.
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The hashtag #AxeALS has been spearheaded by Team Stevens Nation, a website dedicated to the family’s story and the difficulties of dealing with an ALS diagnosis.
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This time around, if the wind blew in the wrong direction again, Netherda knew right away he needed to act quickly.
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This time around, if the wind blew in the wrong direction again, Netherda knew right away he needed to act quickly.
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The following is a Q&A between Josh Yuen, football beat writer for The Daily Californian, and King Jemison, football columnist for The Stanford Daily.
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The following is a Q&A between Josh Yuen, football beat writer for The Daily Californian, and King Jemison, football columnist for The Stanford Daily.
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When a brother’s health and well-being was in flux the way Tattersall’s was during those long 10 minutes on the California Memorial Stadium turf Saturday night, football is nothing more than an afterthought.
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When a brother’s health and well-being was in flux the way Tattersall’s was during those long 10 minutes on the California Memorial Stadium turf Saturday night, football is nothing more than an afterthought.
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From the time I was 5 years old to my tenure as The Daily Californian’s sports editor during my junior year of college, a curse persisted, as the Trojans won 14 consecutive matchups against the Bears.
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From the time I was 5 years old to my tenure as The Daily Californian’s sports editor during my junior year of college, a curse persisted, as the Trojans won 14 consecutive matchups against the Bears.
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Garbers will inherit the starting job from Devon Modster, who started three games after Garbers’ injury. True freshman Spencer Brasch’s lone start came on Oct. 26 against Utah.
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Garbers will inherit the starting job from Devon Modster, who started three games after Garbers’ injury. True freshman Spencer Brasch’s lone start came on Oct. 26 against Utah.
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One year after the Bears snapped a 14-game losing streak to the Trojans at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, USC visits Berkeley with Cal seeking a critical sixth win in its chase for an elusive bowl berth.
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One year after the Bears snapped a 14-game losing streak to the Trojans at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, USC visits Berkeley with Cal seeking a critical sixth win in its chase for an elusive bowl berth.
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