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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 30, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!
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Although the Big Game may be postponed this year, it is not too late to show UC Berkeley school spirit at the ballot box, according to Miyako Iwata, campus senior and recent recipient of the Donald A. Strauss Public Service Scholarship.
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Although the Big Game may be postponed this year, it is not too late to show UC Berkeley school spirit at the ballot box, according to Miyako Iwata, campus senior and recent recipient of the Donald A. Strauss Public Service Scholarship.
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As the city of Berkeley’s paper of record, our staff is uncovering stories no one else is reporting on and overcoming boundaries.
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As the city of Berkeley’s paper of record, our staff is uncovering stories no one else is reporting on and overcoming boundaries.
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NFL teams will have a chance to scoop up one of the Pac-12’s best defenders over the past couple of years without sacrificing a lot of draft capital.
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NFL teams will have a chance to scoop up one of the Pac-12’s best defenders over the past couple of years without sacrificing a lot of draft capital.
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Here is a breakdown of a few things that happened to the class of 2020. We hope that going through the list will spark a few good memories, but we know it may bring back some repressed ones — sorry about that.
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Here is a breakdown of a few things that happened to the class of 2020. We hope that going through the list will spark a few good memories, but we know it may bring back some repressed ones — sorry about that.
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Despite early squabbles, The Daily Californian turned in another solid performance at the annual Ink Bowl to earn its fourth-straight victory.
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Despite early squabbles, The Daily Californian turned in another solid performance at the annual Ink Bowl to earn its fourth-straight victory.
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2019 has been a year of progress and conflict for Berkeley, both the city and the campus, with climate change and conditions for workers and teachers sparking change.
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2019 has been a year of progress and conflict for Berkeley, both the city and the campus, with climate change and conditions for workers and teachers sparking change.
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As the end of the decade fast approaches and every single publication known to man is releasing their “best of the decade” lists, we thought we would take it upon ourselves to put together an eclectic list of the most interesting, exciting and cool things that have happened each year of the past decade here at UC Berkeley.
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As the end of the decade fast approaches and every single publication known to man is releasing their “best of the decade” lists, we thought we would take it upon ourselves to put together an eclectic list of the most interesting, exciting and cool things that have happened each year of the past decade here at UC Berkeley.
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In less than a year, Chase Garbers went from a borderline starter to a quarterback who won one of the most memorable games in Cal history.
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In less than a year, Chase Garbers went from a borderline starter to a quarterback who won one of the most memorable games in Cal history.
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The Bears scraped their way through an offensive showdown against the Cardinal and were able to bring the Axe back to UC Berkeley for the first time since 2009 while securing a bowl bid.
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The Bears scraped their way through an offensive showdown against the Cardinal and were able to bring the Axe back to UC Berkeley for the first time since 2009 while securing a bowl bid.
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