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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 19, 2023

Year! Review! Read our 2022 Year in Retrospect Issue!

Rebecca Gerny

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Currie, a Berkeley graduate, combines absurdism and journalese in an attempt to analogize the strange political and protest culture at UC Berkeley.
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Currie, a Berkeley graduate, combines absurdism and journalese in an attempt to analogize the strange political and protest culture at UC Berkeley.
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“Library Property. You are responsible for any damage to this book, including ripped pages, water stains, underlining, highlighting, dog-earing, etc.”
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“Library Property. You are responsible for any damage to this book, including ripped pages, water stains, underlining, highlighting, dog-earing, etc.”
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“The basis for my idea was to tell my story through his paintings,” explained Kobiela, “It was always fascinating for me to think about the characters from his paintings telling his story.”
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“The basis for my idea was to tell my story through his paintings,” explained Kobiela, “It was always fascinating for me to think about the characters from his paintings telling his story.”
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Regardless of age, race, class or background, the Berkeley Playhouse offers a unique, challenging and entertaining performance for everyone who walks through its — albeit small, but always open — door.
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Regardless of age, race, class or background, the Berkeley Playhouse offers a unique, challenging and entertaining performance for everyone who walks through its — albeit small, but always open — door.
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When I was seven I wanted to be a candy-maker. What better way to spend your days than making fudge, pulling taffy and eating every candy in sight? As soon as I learned that candy-makers cannot eat all their candy, my ambitions changed.
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When I was seven I wanted to be a candy-maker. What better way to spend your days than making fudge, pulling taffy and eating every candy in sight? As soon as I learned that candy-makers cannot eat all their candy, my ambitions changed.
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No matter what meal plan you choose, the points on that sacred card fuel a freedom unlike any other … if you know where to use them.
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No matter what meal plan you choose, the points on that sacred card fuel a freedom unlike any other … if you know where to use them.
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A deaf-mute walks into a convent — it sounds like the beginning of a bad dad joke. Instead, it is the premise of a movie more humorous and inappropriate than anything your father might ever utter.
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A deaf-mute walks into a convent — it sounds like the beginning of a bad dad joke. Instead, it is the premise of a movie more humorous and inappropriate than anything your father might ever utter.
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Though thoughtful and innocent at times, the film juggles too much, attempting to critique both capitalism and its opponents but with little resolution on either side.
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Though thoughtful and innocent at times, the film juggles too much, attempting to critique both capitalism and its opponents but with little resolution on either side.
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Eventually, as the stairs of the Greek became rushing rivers, not even Spektor’s awe-inspiring vocal acrobatics and piano arpeggios could warm the audience.
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Eventually, as the stairs of the Greek became rushing rivers, not even Spektor’s awe-inspiring vocal acrobatics and piano arpeggios could warm the audience.
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Yet, even as an addition to the “Young Adult” trope, the new Netflix series “13 Reasons Why” stands on its own, telling an incredibly heart-wrenching story.
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Yet, even as an addition to the “Young Adult” trope, the new Netflix series “13 Reasons Why” stands on its own, telling an incredibly heart-wrenching story.
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