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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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UC Berkeley student Drew Woodson talks Native representation, ‘colonial demons’ in his play ‘Your Friend, Jay Silverheels’

Beyond a few “side projects,” as he called them, at high schools, Woodson didn’t have his first real acting experience until he went off to college.

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Summerfield identifies herself within the turf community as one of the very few female dancers.
Summerfield identifies herself within the turf community as one of the very few female dancers.
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The UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, or BAMPFA, continues to strive to ensure the satisfaction of its employees, including its many student workers. 
The UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, or BAMPFA, continues to strive to ensure the satisfaction of its employees, including its many student workers. 
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“The past three years, it really was just hustle,” band member and UC Berkeley student Theo Fedronic said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
“The past three years, it really was just hustle,” band member and UC Berkeley student Theo Fedronic said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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Beyond a few “side projects,” as he called them, at high schools, Woodson didn’t have his first real acting experience until he went off to college.
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Beyond a few “side projects,” as he called them, at high schools, Woodson didn’t have his first real acting experience until he went off to college.
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Summerfield identifies herself within the turf community as one of the very few female dancers.
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Summerfield identifies herself within the turf community as one of the very few female dancers.
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The UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, or BAMPFA, continues to strive to ensure the satisfaction of its employees, including its many student workers. 
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The UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, or BAMPFA, continues to strive to ensure the satisfaction of its employees, including its many student workers. 
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“The past three years, it really was just hustle,” band member and UC Berkeley student Theo Fedronic said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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“The past three years, it really was just hustle,” band member and UC Berkeley student Theo Fedronic said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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“Leash up and ride the wave,” reads the Bandcamp bio of Oakland-based band The Sleeps. “We’re starting a culture.” It is living up to this mantra, with its self-titled debut album helping to legitimize the members as a band.
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“Leash up and ride the wave,” reads the Bandcamp bio of Oakland-based band The Sleeps. “We’re starting a culture.” It is living up to this mantra, with its self-titled debut album helping to legitimize the members as a band.
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After releasing its debut album, Too Much Honey, last year, the group is currently prepping for the release of a new EP, Thump.
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After releasing its debut album, Too Much Honey, last year, the group is currently prepping for the release of a new EP, Thump.
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For Kleege, disability is just another facet of the human condition. The message Kleege would like to focus on is that “disability is a diversity category” and should not be understood as just a problem that can be addressed with a set of accommodations.
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For Kleege, disability is just another facet of the human condition. The message Kleege would like to focus on is that “disability is a diversity category” and should not be understood as just a problem that can be addressed with a set of accommodations.
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The UC Berkeley Department of Theater, Dance and Performance Studies, or TDPS, hired a group of Bay Area professionals for its design team on its upcoming production — with the exception of one. That exception is senior theater and art practice double major Alexandra Grabow — the only student designer for the show.
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The UC Berkeley Department of Theater, Dance and Performance Studies, or TDPS, hired a group of Bay Area professionals for its design team on its upcoming production — with the exception of one. That exception is senior theater and art practice double major Alexandra Grabow — the only student designer for the show.
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“(Berkeley has) a thriving art community,” he said in an interview with The Daily Californian. “(It’s) big enough so we can expand beyond that thriving art community and reach people with the messages and content of A24’s films.”
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“(Berkeley has) a thriving art community,” he said in an interview with The Daily Californian. “(It’s) big enough so we can expand beyond that thriving art community and reach people with the messages and content of A24’s films.”
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For UC Berkeley junior and art practice major Juliette Mekikian, the history of music mirrors the history of art with a “very beautiful, synchronized” pattern. Both are constantly bending and morphing as the interests and habits of their curators transform from one thing to the next.
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For UC Berkeley junior and art practice major Juliette Mekikian, the history of music mirrors the history of art with a “very beautiful, synchronized” pattern. Both are constantly bending and morphing as the interests and habits of their curators transform from one thing to the next.
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