2014: A Year of Dreams

I think it would be a fair to assume most people reading this have heard of, or made, a new year’s resolution. In honor of 2014 and the new semester, I find it appropriate to extrapolate and expand upon this idea. I grew up with the idea that I should
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Football offseason report

Full of moody postgame press conferences, spit-flying locker room tantrums filled with four-letter words and blowout loss after blowout loss, Cal football’s one-win 2013 season was disastrous. It’s over now, though. It’s been two months since the Big Game — the game that saw the Bears bow out of their
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Winter news recap

Late December: UC President Janet Napolitano and UC Berkeley Chancellor Nicholas Dirks release statements indicating opposition to the American Studies Association’s academic boycott of Israeli institutions on Dec. 30 and Dec. 27, respectively. The ASA boycott, passed in a popular vote among its members earlier that month, limits the association’s
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Editor’s Note

While it would be impossible to capture everything that made this year what it was for Berkeley, The Daily Californian is using the end of the fall semester to look back on some of the events that defined 2013. In this issue, you’ll find in-depth articles about the Sept. 30
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