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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!
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After a lifetime of friendship and three years of dating, you get to know someone pretty well and stop thinking about all the nuances between the sheets. So, I had yet to learn how foreign it would be to actually hook up with someone different.
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After a lifetime of friendship and three years of dating, you get to know someone pretty well and stop thinking about all the nuances between the sheets. So, I had yet to learn how foreign it would be to actually hook up with someone different.
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Like all 15-year-olds do, my French beau and I eventually ventured past French kissing and together explored uncharted territory. This also sucked.
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Like all 15-year-olds do, my French beau and I eventually ventured past French kissing and together explored uncharted territory. This also sucked.
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Just as the Bears caught a clean break in their losing streak, sending San Jose State back into their dugout, No. 14 Arizona State chilled Cal’s hot bats.
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Just as the Bears caught a clean break in their losing streak, sending San Jose State back into their dugout, No. 14 Arizona State chilled Cal’s hot bats.
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The Bears haven't fought hard enough. This pattern has emerged as a trend in Bear territory: against Oregon, Oregon State, Utah and now Miami, the Bears have lost at least two out of three games.
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The Bears haven't fought hard enough. This pattern has emerged as a trend in Bear territory: against Oregon, Oregon State, Utah and now Miami, the Bears have lost at least two out of three games.
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Devin Hester is the greatest return man in NFL history. So why does his impact on football remain underappreciated?
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Devin Hester is the greatest return man in NFL history. So why does his impact on football remain underappreciated?
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In an attempt to celebrate a last hurrah, young adults could be jeopardizing the well-being of our most vulnerable populations. 
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In an attempt to celebrate a last hurrah, young adults could be jeopardizing the well-being of our most vulnerable populations. 
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Despite enjoying early success, Cal fell to rival Stanford in ITA Kick-Off Weekend, sending the Bears back to the drawing board.
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Despite enjoying early success, Cal fell to rival Stanford in ITA Kick-Off Weekend, sending the Bears back to the drawing board.
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At ITA Kick-Off Weekend in Stanford, Cal’s men’s tennis looks to start spring season strong and set expectations for the semester.
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At ITA Kick-Off Weekend in Stanford, Cal’s men’s tennis looks to start spring season strong and set expectations for the semester.
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This was supposed to be the year that the Bears got over the hump and qualified for the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2011. After some highs and many lows, though, Cal ended the season in a mirror of last year: a loss in the first round of the conference tournament.
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This was supposed to be the year that the Bears got over the hump and qualified for the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2011. After some highs and many lows, though, Cal ended the season in a mirror of last year: a loss in the first round of the conference tournament.
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Kali Uchis began her set from behind a curtain, her silhouette perfectly framed by a spotlight, the stage lit by red floor lights. Arching her back as she cooed the opening of “Dead To Me,” she soon cut through the curtain’s central split and appeared.
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Kali Uchis began her set from behind a curtain, her silhouette perfectly framed by a spotlight, the stage lit by red floor lights. Arching her back as she cooed the opening of “Dead To Me,” she soon cut through the curtain’s central split and appeared.
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