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Despite aerial struggles, Brett Hundley galvanizes UCLA victory

BOULDER, Colo. – Nate Iese couldn’t have been more wide open. The redshirt sophomore fullback found himself all alone as he ran towards the end zone. He turned his head as redshirt junior quarterback Brett Hundley’s pass approached him, leaping and stretching his 6-foot-3 frame as high as he could. The ball sailed right over [...]

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No. 3 Washington too much for Utah

Utah came into Seattle looking to give the undefeated Huskies their first loss of the season, but Washington had other ideas as they swept the Utes in three straight sets. In the first set, Utah went toe-to-toe with Washington, but ended up losing 25-22. A completely different story in the second set as Washington dominated [...]

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Longhorns shutout in 23-0 loss to Kansas State

MANHATTAN, Kan. – For the first time in more than 10 years, the Longhorn football team was held off the scoreboard Saturday. Texas dropped to 3-5 in a 23-0 loss to Kansas State in Manhattan, Kan., the first time the Longhorns have been shutout since they failed to score against Oklahoma on Oct. 9, 2004. “You [...]

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Oregon women’s basketball: Ducks duel themselves in open scrimmage

Kelly Graves and the Oregon women’s basketball team stayed to chit-chat with every last fan on Saturday. And despite a recent surgery that limited his mobility, Graves took plenty of “selfies” with fans and supporters of the program—at least a dozen, he approximated—who were more than ecstatic to finally have the opportunity to meet him and his staff. [...]

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Fire breaks out in RSF laundry room Saturday morning

J. Hannah Lee/File Berkeley Fire Department responded to a fire in the Recreational Sports Facility’s laundry room early Saturday morning. The fire started in a clothes dryer in the basement of Haas Pavilion and then spread to a nearby cart, activating the sprinkler system, according to Berkeley Fire Department Deputy Chief Avery Webb. Webb said [...]

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Ruth Simmons inaugurates Slavery and Justice Center

Former President Ruth Simmons spoke on the role of universities in recognizing historical and current civil and human rights violations at the opening of the Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice Friday afternoon. Her speech, entitled “Confronting Historic Wrongs: A University’s Dilemma,” commemorated the opening of the center in its new location at [...]

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Longhorns trail Wildcats, 13-0, at halftime

MANHATTAN, Kansas - The Texas offense failed to produce any points in the game’s first 30 minutes against Kansas State, resulting in a 13-0 deficit at the break. The Longhorns’ first drive was marred by two false start penalties that helped the Wildcats force a punt. Kansas State started its drive from its own 31 and drove down to [...]

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Weekender guide: Oct. 24 to 26

Three things to do at UH this weekend: The Rocky Horror Picture Show Student Program Board presents the cult classic “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” musical comedy from 8 to 10 p.m. today at the UC Theater. There will also be a live shadow cast; a dedicated group of fans that act out the movie [...]

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NC Student Power Union holds first-ever walkout – Along with UNC Chaple Hill, NC State and UNC Greensboro, UNC Charlotte’s walkout was held to create a more collective decision-making process within the UNC Board of Governors, amongst other demands

Spectators gathered around the Belk Tower, listening to individuals speak about demands. Photo by: Benjamin Robson Crowds gathered near the Belk tower on Thursday afternoon, as NC Student Power Union held its first ever UNC Charlotte Walkout. The compilation of UNC Charlotte students, alumni and community activists participated in the walkout to get a variety [...]

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Anti-gay marriage protest prompts student response

COURTESY OF SARI AMIELThe TFP’s demonstration utilized flags, bagpipes and a banner that read “God’s Marriage = 1 man & 1 woman.” On Thursday, the Diverse Sexuality and Gender Alliance (DSAGA), along with the Office of LGBTQ Life, held a counter-protest outside of Charles Street Market in response to a protest earlier in the day [...]

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