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Week in events: March 2 – March 7

March is finally upon us. We just have to finish up our midterms before spring break rolls around and after that, we get to start a whole new round! Don’t get too excited. But first, here are some events for this week. Monday, March 2 10 a.m., Cal Baseball vs.
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Week in Events: Feb. 23 – Feb. 28

We don’t know about you, but we can’t believe that February is almost over. Before we know it, midterms will be over and it’ll be spring break! Or so we’d like to think. But we guess we can take it one week at a time, starting with this one. Monday, Feb.
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Ways to spend your Presidents’ Day weekend

While your friends who go to school on the East Coast have bragged to you about their multiple snow days, you can be proud to say you have at least one day off coming up: Presidents’ Day. And you got lucky. It’s not going to be below-freezing, you can enter and
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Notes from my journal: The California Coast

Four friends piled in a car much too small to carry all of their belongings and that, my friend, marked the beginning of an unforgettable adventure. My little Honda must have appeared as nothing less than a clown car on the run from a circus as I drove us up
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Week in events: Jan. 25-30

Welcome to the first full week of school of second semester! You’re trying to balance seeing your friends again with buying your textbooks, getting back into the swing of your clubs with finding a summer internship, going to the new Safeway to put food back in your fridge with figuring out
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G-Eazy comes home to excitement, energy at the Fox

People say hip-hop is dead, but all signs seem to point in the other direction. With artists such as Kendrick, J. Cole, Drake, Gambino and Earl Sweatshirt blowing up, it’s not a stretch to say that the rap game is in the best shape it has been in a long
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Ghost Ghost Teeth

The Weekender spoke to local artist and UC Berkeley student Simon Tran, who goes by the pseudonym “Ghost Ghost Teeth”, about his work in abstract paintings and colorful three-dimensional installations. As a Vietnamese-American, never feeling fully Vietnamese or fully American, his work responds to a cultural duality that emphasizes ambiguity
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Fashion startup fair set to shine Friday

There was a time when a career in fashion was synonymous with moving to Manhattan, a la “The Devil Wears Prada.” But for those fashionistas who are born-and-raised Californians — who can’t possibly imagine a bleak world without year-round sun and In-N-Out — there’s still hope. It’s 2014, and now,
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Waiting on the unfair tipping system to change

BAY AREA AFFAIRS: While tipping may be a good idea in theory, service charges implemented by the restaurant lead to more fair and equal pay for restaurant employees.

There is a fear that in the absence of tipping, the level of service at restaurants will deteriorate. There are other ways, however, through which servers could be held accountable for maintaining high standards.
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