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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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“I have had some experiences where I’ve actually used my voice and screamed, and it has actually saved me,” Whitney Bradshaw said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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“I have had some experiences where I’ve actually used my voice and screamed, and it has actually saved me,” Whitney Bradshaw said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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From pottery to unique light fixtures, Berkeley’s small businesses are coming together to celebrate Bay Area Manufacturing Week, opening their workspaces to the public.
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From pottery to unique light fixtures, Berkeley’s small businesses are coming together to celebrate Bay Area Manufacturing Week, opening their workspaces to the public.
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Taking a break from classes and stepping outside the campus bubble to explore the surrounding city can be a fun and rewarding experience. Here are a few suggestions for your future weekend plans.
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Taking a break from classes and stepping outside the campus bubble to explore the surrounding city can be a fun and rewarding experience. Here are a few suggestions for your future weekend plans.
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A reflexive, tactile quality characterizes all of Knowles’ work, carrying back to her earliest ventures as an abstract expressionist painter and experimental screen printer in the late ’50s.
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A reflexive, tactile quality characterizes all of Knowles’ work, carrying back to her earliest ventures as an abstract expressionist painter and experimental screen printer in the late ’50s.
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“Lines of Thought: Gestural Abstraction in the BAMPFA Collection,” on display at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive through July 3, set itself up with a noble task: Expand the artistic narrative of abstract expressionism to include artists who aren’t old white men.
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“Lines of Thought: Gestural Abstraction in the BAMPFA Collection,” on display at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive through July 3, set itself up with a noble task: Expand the artistic narrative of abstract expressionism to include artists who aren’t old white men.
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Tethered to conspicuously directional source material, the film’s pushback against the defense system and its media corollaries is hermetic and anticipatory of recent events.
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Tethered to conspicuously directional source material, the film’s pushback against the defense system and its media corollaries is hermetic and anticipatory of recent events.
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Conveniently located just above Memorial Glade, the East Asian Library is relatively accessible for students coming from all directions.
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Conveniently located just above Memorial Glade, the East Asian Library is relatively accessible for students coming from all directions.
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No matter the medium — ink, color, paints or fingerpaints — Tongson’s striking emotionality slams the viewer.
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No matter the medium — ink, color, paints or fingerpaints — Tongson’s striking emotionality slams the viewer.
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This is how I find stability, which feels like diaphanous sunlight on my face and softly crinkling leaves underfoot and a chilly breeze pushed in from the water.
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This is how I find stability, which feels like diaphanous sunlight on my face and softly crinkling leaves underfoot and a chilly breeze pushed in from the water.
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In its first home dual match of the spring season, Cal men’s tennis battled through wind gusts to defeat the St. Mary’s Gaels 5-2.
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In its first home dual match of the spring season, Cal men’s tennis battled through wind gusts to defeat the St. Mary’s Gaels 5-2.
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