Pros and cons of biking at Cal

When it comes to bikes, our campus seems to be divided. An unspoken rivalry hangs in the air between the bikers and the walkers … the bikers just want the walkers out of the way and the walkers just don’t want to be run over. This week, our great university
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Cal shows off its human-powered vehicle

Cycling competitions are notoriously difficult, but even Tour de France athletes don’t built their own bikes from scratch. That would be silly for mere cyclists to even attempt. Fortunately, the 10 undergraduate members of Berkeley’s Human Powered Vehicle team are far from the average cyclist. These men and women excel
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Letters: Sept. 25

Appeasement mentality endangers free speech Last Thursday, The Daily Californian featured an article titled “Can we justify their anger?” In this article, the author seeks to rationalize and justify the fury that has swept through the Islamic world beginning on Sept. 11 this year. I believe that this appeasement mentality
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Ordinance to limit bicycle harrassment takes effect

Berkeley bicyclists now have the right to bring civil suits against drivers who they believe harassed them on the road, thanks to a city ordinance that went into effect Thursday. The ordinance protects bicyclists from threats of assault or injury and prohibits drivers from inflicting them with intentional injury, intentionally
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