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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 18, 2023

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The Bears couldn’t have imagined a better start to their season, going 3-0. This perfect record quickly came to an end as the Bears graced the diamond against Gonzaga on Monday.
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The Bears couldn’t have imagined a better start to their season, going 3-0. This perfect record quickly came to an end as the Bears graced the diamond against Gonzaga on Monday.
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After a tumultuous 2021 season where they narrowly missed regional playoffs, the Bears will look to come out strong this weekend as they open the 2022 season at the MLB4 Collegiate Baseball Tournament.
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After a tumultuous 2021 season where they narrowly missed regional playoffs, the Bears will look to come out strong this weekend as they open the 2022 season at the MLB4 Collegiate Baseball Tournament.
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Mettauer’s confidence is the kind that knows what he has done and what he wants to do. It’s confidence in where he’s from — The Woodlands, Texas — and where he is now — a starting right guard at Cal.
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Mettauer’s confidence is the kind that knows what he has done and what he wants to do. It’s confidence in where he’s from — The Woodlands, Texas — and where he is now — a starting right guard at Cal.
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While leading Cal women’s basketball to a 2-0 start to the season, senior forward Kristine Anigwe picked up ESPNW National Player of the Week and Pac-12 Player of the Week honors during tipoff week, as announced Monday.
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While leading Cal women’s basketball to a 2-0 start to the season, senior forward Kristine Anigwe picked up ESPNW National Player of the Week and Pac-12 Player of the Week honors during tipoff week, as announced Monday.
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After an offseason filled with contemplation, introspection and desire to break through to that next level — game time is finally here, and the Bears have a chance to make a statement.
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After an offseason filled with contemplation, introspection and desire to break through to that next level — game time is finally here, and the Bears have a chance to make a statement.
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After the madness on the field from the Bears’ third straight win, Goode hugged his mom and sister by the north end zone. Moments later he was met by a smiling face who had recently snuck his way onto the field — it was, of course, his father.
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After the madness on the field from the Bears’ third straight win, Goode hugged his mom and sister by the north end zone. Moments later he was met by a smiling face who had recently snuck his way onto the field — it was, of course, his father.
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“I Can’t Date Jesus” leaves room for the reader to wonder just how much personal insight into one another we can be expected to give and receive.
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“I Can’t Date Jesus” leaves room for the reader to wonder just how much personal insight into one another we can be expected to give and receive.
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Here are some highly anticipated albums to listen to while you pore over your textbooks in the library or when you find yourself in dire need of a break.
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Here are some highly anticipated albums to listen to while you pore over your textbooks in the library or when you find yourself in dire need of a break.
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As Hurricane Harvey surged over Houston last week, killing at least 70 people and displacing tens of thousands, scientists and activists were quick to point to climate change as a potential contributor to Harvey’s staggering strength.
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As Hurricane Harvey surged over Houston last week, killing at least 70 people and displacing tens of thousands, scientists and activists were quick to point to climate change as a potential contributor to Harvey’s staggering strength.
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Hurricane Harvey may not pose as immediate of a threat to the Bay Area as the San Andreas Fault, but for UC Berkeley students hailing from Texas, Harvey is inflicting a significant amount of damage on their hearts and homes.
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Hurricane Harvey may not pose as immediate of a threat to the Bay Area as the San Andreas Fault, but for UC Berkeley students hailing from Texas, Harvey is inflicting a significant amount of damage on their hearts and homes.
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