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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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Rebecca Gerny

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I feel like a 40-year-old returning to campus after a long hiatus, waxing poetic about my days as an undergraduate at UC Berkeley.
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I feel like a 40-year-old returning to campus after a long hiatus, waxing poetic about my days as an undergraduate at UC Berkeley.
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Art is what has gotten our species through the most trying of times, and this year is shaping up to be one for the history books. 
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Art is what has gotten our species through the most trying of times, and this year is shaping up to be one for the history books. 
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“Augmented Time” is an experience that allows audiences to use an iPad to examine the history, technique and people behind the construction of the BAMPFA building.
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“Augmented Time” is an experience that allows audiences to use an iPad to examine the history, technique and people behind the construction of the BAMPFA building.
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As part of an Amazon Studios promotional screening, Jones sat down with Dr. Lucy Kalanithi, a clinical assistant professor at the Stanford School of Medicine, at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco on Thursday night to discuss the new TV show, the evolution of the column and his take on love.
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As part of an Amazon Studios promotional screening, Jones sat down with Dr. Lucy Kalanithi, a clinical assistant professor at the Stanford School of Medicine, at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco on Thursday night to discuss the new TV show, the evolution of the column and his take on love.
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Atwood’s fast-paced writing in “The Testaments” reminds us that people do have the agency to enact change.
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Atwood’s fast-paced writing in “The Testaments” reminds us that people do have the agency to enact change.
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What’s so spectacular about Atwood’s work is her ability to access the emotions within the nuanced loss of rights, scapegoating and desperation in disaster situations.
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What’s so spectacular about Atwood’s work is her ability to access the emotions within the nuanced loss of rights, scapegoating and desperation in disaster situations.
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It’s 9 p.m. in Dakar, Senegal, and the night hasn’t even begun.
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It’s 9 p.m. in Dakar, Senegal, and the night hasn’t even begun.
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Toni Morrison exposed, often violently and unabashedly, the invisible stories inked into the fabric of America when such an act was unheard of and unwelcomed — especially when a Black woman was behind it.
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Toni Morrison exposed, often violently and unabashedly, the invisible stories inked into the fabric of America when such an act was unheard of and unwelcomed — especially when a Black woman was behind it.
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Though difficult to read at times, the physical brutality of Elwood’s beating underscore Whitehead’s task of complete disclosure.
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Though difficult to read at times, the physical brutality of Elwood’s beating underscore Whitehead’s task of complete disclosure.
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As Sea Shepherd first mate Jack Hutton explains, “To anyone who says one person cannot make a difference, 30 people here have saved thousands of lives.”
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As Sea Shepherd first mate Jack Hutton explains, “To anyone who says one person cannot make a difference, 30 people here have saved thousands of lives.”
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