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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 04, 2022

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Retrospective Issue 2014

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Editor's Note

2014 was an anthem against the status quo: students reacting against societal constraints and exploring their communal identity through protests, the arts and individual ventures. While we realize the futility of attempting to document each instance that molded Berkeley in 2014, The Daily Californian compiled a series of bits that we feel critically shaped this year.

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As the winter holiday approaches and many of us give Berkeley our (temporary) goodbyes, spring semester might feel like it happened a lifetime ago. So for those of us who have gotten swept up in the last few months’ current events, here’s a look back at the most memorable headlines of 2014.
As the winter holiday approaches and many of us give Berkeley our (temporary) goodbyes, spring semester might feel like it happened a lifetime ago. So for those of us who have gotten swept up in the last few months’ current events, here’s a look back at the most memorable headlines of 2014.
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In case you were too busy studying to keep track of Cal's many sports teams, The Daily Californian's sports editor takes a look back at some of the top moments from the year.
In case you were too busy studying to keep track of Cal's many sports teams, The Daily Californian's sports editor takes a look back at some of the top moments from the year.
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This semester, UC Berkeley students have paid their tribute to the Free Speech Movement. The following represents various voices on two of the biggest issues our students fought against this semester: tuition hikes and police involvement in the deaths of unarmed black men.
This semester, UC Berkeley students have paid their tribute to the Free Speech Movement. The following represents various voices on two of the biggest issues our students fought against this semester: tuition hikes and police involvement in the deaths of unarmed black men.
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2014 was an anthem against the status quo: students reacting against societal constraints and exploring their communal identity through protests, the arts and individual ventures. While we realize the futility of attempting to document each instance that molded Berkeley in 2014, The Daily Californian compiled a series of bits that we feel critically shaped this year.
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2014 was an anthem against the status quo: students reacting against societal constraints and exploring their communal identity through protests, the arts and individual ventures. While we realize the futility of attempting to document each instance that molded Berkeley in 2014, The Daily Californian compiled a series of bits that we feel critically shaped this year.
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As the winter holiday approaches and many of us give Berkeley our (temporary) goodbyes, spring semester might feel like it happened a lifetime ago. So for those of us who have gotten swept up in the last few months’ current events, here’s a look back at the most memorable headlines of 2014.
featured article
As the winter holiday approaches and many of us give Berkeley our (temporary) goodbyes, spring semester might feel like it happened a lifetime ago. So for those of us who have gotten swept up in the last few months’ current events, here’s a look back at the most memorable headlines of 2014.
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In case you were too busy studying to keep track of Cal's many sports teams, The Daily Californian's sports editor takes a look back at some of the top moments from the year.
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In case you were too busy studying to keep track of Cal's many sports teams, The Daily Californian's sports editor takes a look back at some of the top moments from the year.
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This semester, UC Berkeley students have paid their tribute to the Free Speech Movement. The following represents various voices on two of the biggest issues our students fought against this semester: tuition hikes and police involvement in the deaths of unarmed black men.
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This semester, UC Berkeley students have paid their tribute to the Free Speech Movement. The following represents various voices on two of the biggest issues our students fought against this semester: tuition hikes and police involvement in the deaths of unarmed black men.
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2014 saw a wide array of films hit the theaters from the thrilling "Gone Girl" to the tasteful, poignant and guffaw-inducing "Dear White People." Here are the top picks as selected by the arts & entertainment department at The Daily Californian.
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2014 saw a wide array of films hit the theaters from the thrilling "Gone Girl" to the tasteful, poignant and guffaw-inducing "Dear White People." Here are the top picks as selected by the arts & entertainment department at The Daily Californian.
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From folk to electronic to hip-hop, 2014 was a year for the books in the music scene. Here are the top picks as selected by the arts & entertainment department at The Daily Californian.
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From folk to electronic to hip-hop, 2014 was a year for the books in the music scene. Here are the top picks as selected by the arts & entertainment department at The Daily Californian.
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The Bay Area housed some of the most inspired and creative events in 2014. Here, in no particular order, are the top picks as selected by the arts & entertainment department at The Daily Californian.
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The Bay Area housed some of the most inspired and creative events in 2014. Here, in no particular order, are the top picks as selected by the arts & entertainment department at The Daily Californian.
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Now, nearly four months after celebrations in honor of the Free Speech Movement began, the campus finds itself at the end of a semester that has been most recently marked by protests against tuition increases and nonindictments in the Eric Garner and Michael Brown cases. In both instances, students have vocally exercised their collective right to free speech.
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Now, nearly four months after celebrations in honor of the Free Speech Movement began, the campus finds itself at the end of a semester that has been most recently marked by protests against tuition increases and nonindictments in the Eric Garner and Michael Brown cases. In both instances, students have vocally exercised their collective right to free speech.
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In the span of his 23-year career, Phillip Seymour Hoffman appeared in more than 50 films. His portrayal of Truman Capote in Bennett Miller’s “Capote” (2005) won him the Academy Award for Best Actor. Additionally, he was nominated for Academy Awards three times for supporting roles.
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In the span of his 23-year career, Phillip Seymour Hoffman appeared in more than 50 films. His portrayal of Truman Capote in Bennett Miller’s “Capote” (2005) won him the Academy Award for Best Actor. Additionally, he was nominated for Academy Awards three times for supporting roles.
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For eight years, I was almost positive that Taylor Swift was writing songs about my life. “Teardrops on My Guitar” was undoubtedly about my unrequited middle school romance with the boy with cool shoes and mad skate skillz.
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For eight years, I was almost positive that Taylor Swift was writing songs about my life. “Teardrops on My Guitar” was undoubtedly about my unrequited middle school romance with the boy with cool shoes and mad skate skillz.
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