daily californian logo

BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 28, 2022

Take a look at our 2022 midterm elections special issue!
tag

Taco Bell Cantina

Page 1 of 2

Despite classes now occurring online due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the UC Berkeley campus remains a center of higher learning; only, it’s no longer just for people.
featured article
Despite classes now occurring online due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the UC Berkeley campus remains a center of higher learning; only, it’s no longer just for people.
featured article
With maki rolls ranging from $2.25 to $6.95 and special rolls topping out at $10.95, Elmwood Avenue’s Manpuku will satisfy a sushi craving of any magnitude without breaking the bank. 
featured article
With maki rolls ranging from $2.25 to $6.95 and special rolls topping out at $10.95, Elmwood Avenue’s Manpuku will satisfy a sushi craving of any magnitude without breaking the bank. 
featured article
It's time to be original and take a graduation photo scaling the Campanile or in front of the refrigerators at Golden Bear café. Take this quiz to figure out your unique grad photo shoot location!
featured article
It's time to be original and take a graduation photo scaling the Campanile or in front of the refrigerators at Golden Bear café. Take this quiz to figure out your unique grad photo shoot location!
featured article
Whether you’re craving some greasy goodness or something more sweet and savory, Durant Avenue has it all.
featured article
Whether you’re craving some greasy goodness or something more sweet and savory, Durant Avenue has it all.
featured article
A man allegedly ran into the Taco Bell Cantina on Durant Avenue, grabbed money from the cash register and fled the scene.
featured article
A man allegedly ran into the Taco Bell Cantina on Durant Avenue, grabbed money from the cash register and fled the scene.
featured article
Students who rely on campus dining services after midnight will need to prepare to search for other options — next semester, Cal Dining will offer no sit-down dining options after 11 p.m., with Crossroads dining hall no longer open until 2 a.m.
featured article
Students who rely on campus dining services after midnight will need to prepare to search for other options — next semester, Cal Dining will offer no sit-down dining options after 11 p.m., with Crossroads dining hall no longer open until 2 a.m.
featured article
featured article
featured article
featured article
featured article
featured article
featured article