TV representation fakes investments in progress

I am afraid of the direction we are heading in when it comes to people of color being represented on TV. There’s a clear difference between having characters of color and investing in characters of color. To invest in people of color is to dedicate oneself to depicting our individual
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Political correctness in Berkeley

“(a).…Also prohibited shall be material that so incites pupils as to create a clear and present danger of the commission of unlawful acts on school premises or the violation of lawful school regulations, or the substantial disruption of the orderly operation of the school.” – California Educational Code § 48907
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5 games to start playing this summer!

With summer already rolling, we gamers at the Clog can finally play those spring-released video games that we couldn’t get our hands on during the busy semester.  Of course, if you’re one of those who had a game setup here in Berkeley, then please disregard this. Regardless, here is a
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‘Depression Quest’ cripples players with despondent gameplay

“Depression Quest” isn’t a typical game. It’s not even typical for an atypical game. Unlike convention-violating indie titles like “Journey” or “The Unfinished Swan,” “Depression Quest” isn’t artistic, captivating or even enjoyable. Rather, it’s a gray, text-based and emotionally draining experience about living with depression. “Depression Quest” casts the player
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