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Pokémon Go takes UC Berkeley by storm

Pokémon Go is an app that blends the real and digital worlds, tasking players to find Pokémon in their neighborhoods. The game is taking over the Berkeley campus, so we interviewed a few people about their experiences playing Pokémon Go.


Where not to play Pokemon Go

OK, we know Pokemon Go has been extremely popular among UC Berkeley students, really everyone. The game’s interactivity is simply amazing and a real game changer (no pun intended). The downsides to this game are that it can lead you into dangerous situations, and sometimes you can look a little
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If Pokemon roamed UC Berkeley

With Nintendo planning to release another set of Pokemon games, Sun and Moon, memories of Gameboys, trading cards and Ash Ketchum have reawakened our love for all things Pokemon. Every Pokemon fan has probably imagined what the world would be like if training and befriending Pokemon were actually possible. You’ve
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Murakami’s debut film delights viewers with 3-D animation and live-action coming-of-age tale

“In this universe, we find each other miraculously.” With that powerful opening line, Japanese visual artist Takashi Murakami’s cinema debut, “Jellyfish Eyes,” introduces viewers to his distinctive art and storytelling styles and forcefully explores Japanese society after the destructive earthquake of 2011 and meltdown at the Fukushima nuclear power plant.
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4 events you should (not) go to during dead week

As always, the best things in life happen during the worst times. Of course there would be plenty of fun activities to take part in during dead week. But as extremely studious UC Berkeley students, we shouldn’t attend these events … right? 1) Demetri Martin (May 8) Awkward and uncomfortable — in
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ICYMI: Pokemon Scavenger Hunt on campus

It was a windy, sunny day on Monday when about 50 Berkeley students gathered on the steps of Sproul, all with one hope: to catch ’em all. As the Campanile chimed at 2 p.m., the group of students listened to junior Rocio Salas, who created the Pokemon Scavenger Hunt as part of an interactive
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Grammar, I choose you

When I was a kid, I, like many other unfortunate youths in America, lost my soul to Pokemon. I spent countless hours playing my Game Boy Advance, swindled my friends out of their holographic Pokemon cards and meticulously read guide books for whatever game I was playing at the time.
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Quiz: Can you name that DeCal?

DeCals are a great way to get extra units and study something you’ve always been curious about. They give you a chance to explore quirky and ultra-specialized topics that you never would have made time for without some sort of incentive. And DeCal topics can definitely get pretty specific. We’re sure
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