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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 08, 2023

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Layla Chamberlin

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While these social plights are undeniably tragic, this call to action is in many ways unavoidable because continuing business as usual would endanger the health of many more vulnerable communities.
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While these social plights are undeniably tragic, this call to action is in many ways unavoidable because continuing business as usual would endanger the health of many more vulnerable communities.
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They said to the splintered sun rays, “You can’t hear me speak when you don’t see through me. So please, see with me.”
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They said to the splintered sun rays, “You can’t hear me speak when you don’t see through me. So please, see with me.”
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Varda was called the mother of French New Wave since her work is highly regarded in this period of cinema that was largely male-dominated.
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Varda was called the mother of French New Wave since her work is highly regarded in this period of cinema that was largely male-dominated.
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To me, the ways that we fall in love with people, things, ideas or even ourselves is through the intimacy we build through moments in between romantic climaxes.
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To me, the ways that we fall in love with people, things, ideas or even ourselves is through the intimacy we build through moments in between romantic climaxes.
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While we stand in this place, we count the different articulations of memory, of space / recognize our own impermanence and rejoice detachment from an irrecollectable past.
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While we stand in this place, we count the different articulations of memory, of space / recognize our own impermanence and rejoice detachment from an irrecollectable past.
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These are very real social and political realities surrounding the climate crisis that we are often forced to confront and respond to.
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These are very real social and political realities surrounding the climate crisis that we are often forced to confront and respond to.
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On Oct. 4, Mike Jay, author of “Mescaline: A Global History of the First Psychedelic,” spoke at Moe’s Books about his book, his involvement with this field of study and the broader implications of his work.
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On Oct. 4, Mike Jay, author of “Mescaline: A Global History of the First Psychedelic,” spoke at Moe’s Books about his book, his involvement with this field of study and the broader implications of his work.
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Moving through space, seeing ahead in time Expecting more than one feeling, only bathing in the sublime Rhythm removed, tempo uncertain
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Moving through space, seeing ahead in time Expecting more than one feeling, only bathing in the sublime Rhythm removed, tempo uncertain
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Several parallels can be drawn between climate science and the sociopolitical landscape of “GOT” lore, ranging from how the White Walkers seek to destroy the human race to how leaders of the human world which deny their existence.
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Several parallels can be drawn between climate science and the sociopolitical landscape of “GOT” lore, ranging from how the White Walkers seek to destroy the human race to how leaders of the human world which deny their existence.
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