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  CURRENT ISSUE:  February 17, 2014   •   VOL. 52, NO. 4   •   Oakland, CA
Defending the faith
Bears, Bruins and Banana Slugs were able to sit down and eat at the same table. That was just part of the good will engendered at the University Catholic Conference of California, at which more than 200 college students, representing 24 campuses, converged on Berkeley for four program-packed days in January.   >>>
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Students surprise their band director with a homemade sign congratulating him on the big win.  >>>
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Much like cartoonist Morrie Turner, who died last month, Delilah Leontium Beasley left her mark on African American history by making black history a focus of her life's work. Though they lived decades apart, both worked to ensure that the many contributions made by African Americans in this country's past were not forgotten.  >>>

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