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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

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Michael Brust

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I think the crux of my insanity is this: It’s been nearly two months since all major sports leagues, professional and collegiate, have shut down.
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I think the crux of my insanity is this: It’s been nearly two months since all major sports leagues, professional and collegiate, have shut down.
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With its move to Netflix, hopefully “Community” — which truly embodies its namesake — can find its place among the pantheon of legendary TV shows.
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With its move to Netflix, hopefully “Community” — which truly embodies its namesake — can find its place among the pantheon of legendary TV shows.
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Esports, though different in form and not the age-old game with centuries of history, can provide that joy for millions of fans across the globe.
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Esports, though different in form and not the age-old game with centuries of history, can provide that joy for millions of fans across the globe.
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Berkeley Rec Sports has announced that they will cease all operations of all facilities, programs and services starting Monday, March 16 at 6 p.m. through Sunday March 29.
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Berkeley Rec Sports has announced that they will cease all operations of all facilities, programs and services starting Monday, March 16 at 6 p.m. through Sunday March 29.
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COVID-19, more colloquially known as the coronavirus, has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization and has impacted Cal Athletics, intercollegiate competition and professional sports.
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COVID-19, more colloquially known as the coronavirus, has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization and has impacted Cal Athletics, intercollegiate competition and professional sports.
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The Pac-12 announced Thursday that all tournaments, including the remainder of the men’s basketball competition, be canceled until further notice.
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The Pac-12 announced Thursday that all tournaments, including the remainder of the men’s basketball competition, be canceled until further notice.
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Despite the odds, the doubt and the lowered expectations, the Bears clawed and mauled their way to their first Pac-12 tournament victory since Cal’s 2016-17 campaign.
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Despite the odds, the doubt and the lowered expectations, the Bears clawed and mauled their way to their first Pac-12 tournament victory since Cal’s 2016-17 campaign.
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UC Berkeley announces that all intercollegiate athletic events, including Cal Athletics, will be held with minimal spectators.
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UC Berkeley announces that all intercollegiate athletic events, including Cal Athletics, will be held with minimal spectators.
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Cal cut its deficit to 2 late in the first quarter, and it appeared that the Bears would further their Cinderella story. Arizona, however, had its own tale to tell.
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Cal cut its deficit to 2 late in the first quarter, and it appeared that the Bears would further their Cinderella story. Arizona, however, had its own tale to tell.
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The following is a Q&A between Michael Brust, deputy sports editor of The Daily Californian, and Andy Miller, owner of the San Francisco Shock,
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The following is a Q&A between Michael Brust, deputy sports editor of The Daily Californian, and Andy Miller, owner of the San Francisco Shock,
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