The fight for a field

$7 million, 2 Title IX investigations and a damaged women’s field hockey program

In 2013, the UC Berkeley field hockey team was kicked off its longtime home, Maxwell Family Field, by Cal Athletics. Today, the team plays at Underhill Field, a converted recreational field lacking permanent bathrooms, storage, stands or a press platform.
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Darren Criss is electric in SHN’s ‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch’

East German genderqueer glam rocker and “internationally ignored song stylist” Hedwig is finally getting her due at the SHN Golden Gate Theatre, commanding the spotlight with glitz and fury. This “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” is the 2014 Broadway iteration, a glamorous, streamlined update of the ‘90s cult classic from
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Looking back at the renovation of the Bears' football stadium

Since its opening in 1923 to host UC Berkeley’s annual Big Game against longtime rival Stanford University, Memorial Stadium has undergone plenty of renovations and has seen many students and football teams come and go from its perch overlooking the campus and the San Francisco Bay. This fall will mark
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With Memorial closed, Bears find new lair

With Memorial Stadium currently undergoing renovations and on schedule to open for the 2012 season, the Cal football team has made a temporary home across the Bay at AT&T Park. Opened in 2000 as the new home for the San Francisco Giants, the park is widely considered to be one
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Homecoming 2011 editors’ note

For many Cal alums, San Francisco is the norm — they work, socialize and live there. For students, though, the City is usually little more than a chic afternoon getaway from the rigors Berkeley life. But this semester is different for us. This Homecoming is different for us. With Memorial
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Committee approves project elements to stadium construction

The Committee on Grounds and Buildings approved project elements to the construction of the California Memorial Stadium, including the implementation of occasional Friday night games — which is already drawing concern from community groups — at the UC Board of Regents meeting Tuesday. The committee agreed to accept a Subsequent
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