The Daily Californian’s news editors hit Sproul to see what students know about the results from Super Tuesday.
In this episode, A&E television beat reporter Julie Lim and film beat reporter Anagha Komaragiri discuss the two-part finale of “The Bachelor.” Will Peter the Pilot ever find love? Is Barb the ultimate Bachelor villain? Was this really the most shocking ending ever?
Cal Performances presented the circus company in their show “Hotel,” on February 22 and 23. Hear from circus artists Una Bennett and Vanessa Aviles about their roles in the performance, and what they love about circus arts.
You may have seen Cass on campus before, feeding peanuts to hungry squirrels. Hear from him about how he interacts with the small animals.
Arts & Entertainment writer Lauren Sheehan-Clark talks about her column “Worm memories.”
Sports editor Jasper Sundeen asks students on Sproul for their best pickup line.
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Hear from editors about what it’s like to work at the Daily Cal, and why you should apply to an editorial department. Applications are due Feb. 7.
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Residents passing by Rose and Vine Streets on Dec. 8 may have noticed a rare sight in Berkeley — snow. This annual “Snow Day” event in North Shattuck featured 10 tons of snow, a snow queen and live pony rides.