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8:26am

Wed March 18, 2015
News

Daily news roundup for Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Black students at UC Berkeley meet to discuss demands sent to chancellor
Carlos Avila Gonzalez The Chronicle

Here's what's happening in the Bay Area as curated by KALW news.

UC Berkeley black students demand fixes to 'hostile’ climate // SF GATE

"Black students at UC Berkeley often feel isolated and even oppressed, says a campus group that wants the nation’s premier public university to step up recruitment of African American students and improve support for them.

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4:35pm

Thu November 14, 2013

Oakland is the better option for the Warriors

From our partners at the East Bay Express.
Source: Eastbayexpress · Via: Robert Gammon
When San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee announced eighteen months ago that the Golden State Warriors would be leaving Oakland and relocating to his city, the team's owners acted as if the move was a done deal.

5:33pm

Mon August 5, 2013
Transportation

New Warriors arena in San Francisco not a slam dunk

Arena rendering by Snøhetta and AECOM

San Francisco’s waterfront is booming. It’s become a major destination for tourists and locals, celebrated two World Series wins, and is currently playing host to an international sailing race. There’s a new cruise ship terminal, and a re-invented Exploratorium. And now the waterfront is preparing itself for another huge makeover.

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8:00pm

Wed April 24, 2013
Arts & Culture

99% Invisible: Game changer

Flickr user gorbould

Last night, the Golden State Warriors beat the Denver Nuggets 131 to 117 in what USA Today called “one of the most entertaining blowouts in recent memory.” The high-scoring affair reflects the modern game. But scores that high would have been unfathomable back in the early days of the NBA. That is, until professional basketball was redesigned.

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