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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Our very lives are a commodity on social media; the content we post is the main unit of consumption. Social media companies profit off of our lives. When you reduce humans into units of consumption, you objectify humanity.
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Our very lives are a commodity on social media; the content we post is the main unit of consumption. Social media companies profit off of our lives. When you reduce humans into units of consumption, you objectify humanity.
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I want my music to act like my neighborhood’s little library tucked between trees — a space where people come to inhale and exhale sorrow and glee.
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I want my music to act like my neighborhood’s little library tucked between trees — a space where people come to inhale and exhale sorrow and glee.
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I tried to say that if I fell in love with him, it wouldn’t change things — I was never going to try replacing his wife, or attempt to wreck their marriage.
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I tried to say that if I fell in love with him, it wouldn’t change things — I was never going to try replacing his wife, or attempt to wreck their marriage.
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Cry with your nose. Smile with your nose. Think with your nose. Smell is the most articulate language of emotion.
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Cry with your nose. Smile with your nose. Think with your nose. Smell is the most articulate language of emotion.
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Gratitude can be hard to feel when things are at their worst. Here are ways to find gratitude everyday, so that you can give thanks 365 days of the year.
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Gratitude can be hard to feel when things are at their worst. Here are ways to find gratitude everyday, so that you can give thanks 365 days of the year.
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Having grown up in South Korea, I can’t describe all of my feelings in English. Here is a list of Korean words without a direct English translation!
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Having grown up in South Korea, I can’t describe all of my feelings in English. Here is a list of Korean words without a direct English translation!
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A lot of men imagine foreplay as something to check off — a prerequisite to sex. Kiss her, finger her, go down on her. Level up.
A lot of men imagine foreplay as something to check off — a prerequisite to sex. Kiss her, finger her, go down on her. Level up.
During quarantine, you may experience some emotions that mirror the features of riding a roller coaster! Who doesn't love a good roller-coaster ride?
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During quarantine, you may experience some emotions that mirror the features of riding a roller coaster! Who doesn't love a good roller-coaster ride?
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Van Groeningen’s film “Beautiful Boy” — adapted from David Sheff’s memoir of the same name and Nic Sheff’s “Tweak” — tells two individual stories in conversation with one another. A tale of not just addiction, but of a delicate relationship between father and son, the film moves fluidly between the two narratives.
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Van Groeningen’s film “Beautiful Boy” — adapted from David Sheff’s memoir of the same name and Nic Sheff’s “Tweak” — tells two individual stories in conversation with one another. A tale of not just addiction, but of a delicate relationship between father and son, the film moves fluidly between the two narratives.
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The alternative ‘90s icon Garbage was anything but at the Fox Theater last week. Celebrating the 20th anniversary of its sophomore album, Version 2.0, the Scottish-American band showed that powerhouse female rockers are still around and don’t plan on leaving anytime soon.
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The alternative ‘90s icon Garbage was anything but at the Fox Theater last week. Celebrating the 20th anniversary of its sophomore album, Version 2.0, the Scottish-American band showed that powerhouse female rockers are still around and don’t plan on leaving anytime soon.
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