The history of CREAM

The C.R.E.A.M. family thanks the Berkeley community for their support

As CREAM’s three-year anniversary approaches, our family wanted to take this opportunity to share our story with you. Three years ago, our family came across the retail location at 2399 Telegraph. We saw a “For Lease” sign in the window and decided to call the number. A few months later,
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Graduate school at Cal … not too shabby

After a particularly long week of class that culminates in a rather pointless discussion section at 5 p.m. on a Friday, you might be letting your thoughts stray to other things like the weekend, or maybe spring break. Looking around, you’re fairly sure that everyone is echoing similar statements, except
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Blogger shares insightful Cal history lessons

Very few Cal fans ever knew the first ever college women’s basketball game was held between Cal and Stanford in 1896. Few Cal fans have heard the name Helen Wills Moody, Cal alumnus and eight-time Wimbledon champion. There are hundreds of stories like this in Cal sports history, buried deep
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Conservatives against history

The Devil's Advocate

It looks like Rick Santorum — who said Monday that most of California’s public universities don’t offer American history courses — isn’t the only Republican making things up about the University of California curriculum. In a Wall Street Journal op-ed last Saturday called “How California Colleges Indoctrinate Students,” Hoover Institution fellow
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