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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!

Rebecca Gerny

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As a good portion of the audience donned red Santa hats, Oracle Arena was was far from silent; the festival certainly succeeded in making spirits bright.
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As a good portion of the audience donned red Santa hats, Oracle Arena was was far from silent; the festival certainly succeeded in making spirits bright.
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Whether we're settling in at our favorite coffee shops, pouring over our work at one of UC Berkeley's many libraries or cozying up at home, we know how (and where) we like to study best.
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Whether we're settling in at our favorite coffee shops, pouring over our work at one of UC Berkeley's many libraries or cozying up at home, we know how (and where) we like to study best.
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I grew up with these stories, I fell in love with these characters, I lived in this world — so trust me when I beg, please stop making Harry Potter movies.
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I grew up with these stories, I fell in love with these characters, I lived in this world — so trust me when I beg, please stop making Harry Potter movies.
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Just because our job is to quickly analyze and critique does not mean ignorance is an excuse.
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Just because our job is to quickly analyze and critique does not mean ignorance is an excuse.
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“Future Home of the Living God” is a stunningly beautiful — and painfully relevant — artistic novel. A cautionary tale for our turbulent time.
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“Future Home of the Living God” is a stunningly beautiful — and painfully relevant — artistic novel. A cautionary tale for our turbulent time.
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With flops such as “Batman v Superman” and “Suicide Squad,” as well as the growing success of the Marvel Universe across the street at Disney, DC cannot afford any more mistakes.
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With flops such as “Batman v Superman” and “Suicide Squad,” as well as the growing success of the Marvel Universe across the street at Disney, DC cannot afford any more mistakes.
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The first act is mundane and slow, and the second act races to a conclusion, with heart-wrenching monologue after monologue.
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The first act is mundane and slow, and the second act races to a conclusion, with heart-wrenching monologue after monologue.
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“Malala’s Magic Pencil” is a beautiful account of a terrifying but inspiring tale. Though the story begins with fantasy, it ends starkly grounded in reality.
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“Malala’s Magic Pencil” is a beautiful account of a terrifying but inspiring tale. Though the story begins with fantasy, it ends starkly grounded in reality.
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If you cannot control your own thoughts, are they not yours? More importantly, are you not you? If you are not the driver of your own consciousness, who is?
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If you cannot control your own thoughts, are they not yours? More importantly, are you not you? If you are not the driver of your own consciousness, who is?
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“The 57 Bus” will leave you with a hole in your heart and tears running down your cheeks. For a book about a horrible crime, the amount of love is remarkable.
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“The 57 Bus” will leave you with a hole in your heart and tears running down your cheeks. For a book about a horrible crime, the amount of love is remarkable.
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