Daily Californian Arts Awards: Film of 2016

T hrough the first two-thirds of 2016, the year’s landscape of film was looking absolutely horrendous. No one went out to see the brilliant independent films such as “The Lobster” and “Swiss Army Man,” and a majority of the major blockbusters, such as “Gods of Egypt” and “Independence Day: Resurgence,”
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UC Berkeley reasons you’re late for class

Some of us are perpetually late. Making it on time anywhere just never seems to happen, even with the buffer zone that is Berkeley time. We can’t blame our tardiness on the traffic every single time though. When at UC Berkeley, there are unique but fairly legitimate reasons why you
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Personal essay: the “In-Betweeners”

“Y“ou can tell who’s a dancer by what they’re wearing,” declared my Adidas track pants-clad, incredibly agile friend as we sat in front of the studio on the second floor of Eshleman Hall, gazing out onto Lower Sproul. Lower Sproul after 6 p.m, in between the consolidation of dance teams
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Structural racism must be discussed with affirmative action

It is of extreme importance that the conversation about affirmative action include a conversation about structural racism — both the effects of its historical legacy and an acknowledgement that race is still a salient factor in the lives of American citizens and that unequal access, treatment and representation are still prevalent today.
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Who are “We at the Clog”

If you have ever read a Clog article, you’ve probably encountered the phrase “We at the Clog.” The first time, you might’ve thought it was a little strange. By the 20th time, you may have just assumed it to be a little gimmick that we toss in absentmindedly when we need
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