Cal football revenue shouldn’t come at the cost of its student-athletes

CAMPUS ISSUES: Cal football players deserve to be protected from the long-term health risks their sport exposes them to

Cal Football player and opposing team player clash on the field
Alexander Hong/Staff

Football players are at a high risk of developing chronic traumatic encephalopathy — a degenerative disease that results from repeated trauma to the head. Football is a key source of revenue for the campus athletic department, but should this money really come at the cost of its students’ welfare?
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Broken Age Tim Schafer is a legend in the world of video game design and also happens to be a UC Berkeley alumnus. On Tuesday, his first point-and-click adventure game in 16 years, “Broken Age,” will be released on Steam, funded on Kickstarter with a goal of $400,000 but was
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