Tweets of the Week: From Franco to HuffPo

Tweets of the Week Last week was spring break and, more than likely, you spent it watching Netflix, eating something mom thinks you like because “mushed bananas and carrots with hoisin sauce was your favorite as a kid,” or doing nothing on the Internet. While you were having the time of your life
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We want more free TV

Congratulations! you’ve finally managed to carve out 45 minutes to spend some quality time with your laptop. You’ve successfully finished reading the 80 pages assigned by your political science professor or hellish problem set. It’s time for a reward; too bad Hulu and Netflix haven’t put up the new episode
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7 really crazy gadgets that cost less than your UC Berkeley degree

OK, let’s review the facts: This year, undergraduate semesterly tuition at UC Berkeley is $7,610.75 for in-state students and a whopping $19,049.75 for out-of-state students. That excludes those “extra” pesky costs — housing, for example. As UC Berkeley students, we’re sure you can do the math: After four years, the costs really rack up,
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Out of sight, out of mind

What is the most underrepresented minority group on television today? They make up one-fifth of Americans, and more likely than not, you probably didn’t even think of them — people with disabilities (PWDs).
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Berkeley reads ‘well,’ says Amazon

Summer readers, lifelong bookworms, nerds and closet nerds have another reason to be happy in Berkeley. According to Amazon, Berkeley is among the top 20 “most well-read” cities in the country. Though rankings are determined by sales alone, we can experience Berkeley’s bibliophilia just by walking around. Our campus offers
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The Red Wedding: Game of Thrones recap

HOLY S*** WHAT THE F*** JUST HAPPENED?!

It’s a few weeks into summer vacation and you’ve probably already accepted defeat: Your reading list will go unchecked, your body will not magically chisel and you will not make it to the beach unless dragged by your family for a picnic with grandma and grandpa. Instead, you’ll most likely
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