Under the lights

On Saturday, the lights will finally turn on at Memorial Stadium. The players will grace Kabam Field after the sun has gone down and will give Berkeley its first night game in 12 consecutive home matches. The opponent? A 2-7 Oregon State football team. A team that Cal should quite
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Cal volleyball loses to Oregon State, Oregon

In the sport of volleyball, losing in three straight sets is the worst way a team could lose. The Cal volleyball team knows this all too well, as it’s lost in three straight sets an astonishing 10 times this season. This includes two recent losses this past weekend. The first
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Cal volleyball records 6th consecutive conference loss

The Cal volleyball team entered the weekend with one goal in mind: to finally win a Pac-12 match. Luckily for the Bears, they had two opportunities to accomplish this goal, both coming at home. The Bears’ first game came Friday against No. 25 Oregon, a team that was looking to
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Cal women’s soccer beats Oregon, Oregon State

With its ranking and confidence on the line, the Cal women’s soccer team (9-3-2) returned from a five-game road trip to take on conference rivals Oregon and Oregon State. Just as quickly as their record took a turn for the worse after going 2-2-1, the Bears are trying to turn
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A week in events: Oct. 20 to Oct. 26

Dreading the second wave of midterms and trying to put off studying? Here’s a plentiful list of events you can attend to distract yourself! Whether you want to get your organic-vegetable fix or get involved in the startup scene around Berkeley, this week is filled with opportunities for you. Monday,
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Photo Gallery: Cal vs. Oregon

The Cal men’s basketball team toppled No. 10 Oregon at Haas Pavilion on Saturday.  The win gave the Bears some much needed confidence after a slow start to the Pac-12 tournament.

Pac-12 North Preview: Oregon

The Year That Was Oregon fielded one of the greatest offenses in recent memory. It signaled plays through over-sized flashcards to minimize breaks. It averaged 47 points and 530 yards per game. It forced teams to fake injury to try and slow it down. It lost to Cam Newton and
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