Super Bowl Sunday experience

While most people were crowded around TV screens on Super Bowl Sunday, about 300 girls from Berkeley traveled one hour to Santa Clara to attend the game. A few months ago, an email was sent out informing girls of this opportunity to get to work at the game. I decided I had
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Tunesday: Modern Day Protest Songs

Protest songs seem to be a thing of the past, one tied up mainly in the Vietnam War and The Civil Rights Movement. However, with the chaos that constantly infiltrates the world, they remain just as prevalent, though they now come in a different form. High-profile musicians replace guitars and
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The coolest college classes across the country

As higher education continues to evolve, colleges are getting more and more creative with the types of courses they offer. While UC Berkeley’s got some pretty cool classes, ranging from a Middle Earth DeCal to the wealth and poverty class taught by professor Robert Reich, we all know the grass is
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Celebrating Valentine’s Day the single way

For everyone in a relationship, Valentine’s Day is a holiday to celebrate. But why can’t it be the same way for single people? Don’t feel bitter about not having a significant other — celebrate that you don’t have a ball and chain weighing you down! Watch the season 2 premiere
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8 highlights of the Super Bowl halftime show

8 highlights of the Super Bowl halftime show: where we wished Beyonce was back This is Omaha, Nebraska. Omaha is sad. 1. Did you know Bruno Mars is performing?! Just in case you missed all the advertisements at every commercial intermission reminding you since the beginning of January that Pepsi
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A breakdown of Beyon-Z and celebrity relationships

Sometimes, when two people love each other very, very much, they get together and form a celebrity power couple. Now, we’re not talking some Instagram-filtered-picture-of-an-ice-cream-date couple. We’re talking about two all-powerful, almighty forces colliding to form something that transcends anything and everything — it’s like Zeus, God or Oprah. The
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