KALX DJs transmit untraditional sounds

Michelle Kim/Staff

A cat-behavior consultant, cooking enthusiasts, movie and museumgoers, those who wish to wander — all found their voices over the university airwaves at 90.7 KALX. A student-run organization, KALX plays to the musical passions of a multifaceted student body, usually before listeners find these songs on their own. The Daily
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At UC Berkeley, the terms “free speech,” “equality” and “expression” are seemingly ubiquitous ideals in light of the campus and city’s history. In the spirit of the Free Speech Movement of 1964, the campus environment integrates its legacy into everyday life. The symbols are everywhere, from the the Free Speech
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There are certain elements of attending UC Berkeley that truly epitomize the student experience: football and basketball games, a cappella concerts, protesters, picket lines and late-night cram sessions, just to name a few. There’s one element of the student lifestyle everyone recognizes — but few truly know about it. Students
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The halls of the Cesar Chavez Student Center’s basement are quiet and empty. In the distance, from a room in the student musical activities department, the sound of singing leaks through the thin walls. The tenor and bass voices of eight men break the eerie silence. The tune is strikingly
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