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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 31, 2023

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While we love it, we also love to hate it. There exists, for some nebulous reason, a sense of disdain when it comes to depictions of love in the art we consume.
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While we love it, we also love to hate it. There exists, for some nebulous reason, a sense of disdain when it comes to depictions of love in the art we consume.
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Controversy over Yuri Kochiyama, one of seven names on the short list for the renaming of Washington Elementary School, has resulted in a delay of the process until the end of the school year. 
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Controversy over Yuri Kochiyama, one of seven names on the short list for the renaming of Washington Elementary School, has resulted in a delay of the process until the end of the school year. 
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It signals power and privilege to presume that individuals are “terrorists” without first asking what forces them to resort to protests. To individuals who seek to teach us oppressors’ morals, we respectfully say we do not take orders from colonizers.
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It signals power and privilege to presume that individuals are “terrorists” without first asking what forces them to resort to protests. To individuals who seek to teach us oppressors’ morals, we respectfully say we do not take orders from colonizers.
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“If Beale Street Could Talk” harks the power of love to inspire resilience.
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“If Beale Street Could Talk” harks the power of love to inspire resilience.
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Ultimately, with comic book culture having entered the mainstream, it is worth remembering that comic books have always been rooted in sociopolitical consciousness.
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Ultimately, with comic book culture having entered the mainstream, it is worth remembering that comic books have always been rooted in sociopolitical consciousness.
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Even though “Beale Street” is a better film than “Vice,” the latter is the easier awards sell. As films such as “Darkest Hour” or “Bohemian Rhapsody” can attest, even awful-to-mediocre biopics with strong central performances are an Oscars shoo-in for best actor and best picture.
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Even though “Beale Street” is a better film than “Vice,” the latter is the easier awards sell. As films such as “Darkest Hour” or “Bohemian Rhapsody” can attest, even awful-to-mediocre biopics with strong central performances are an Oscars shoo-in for best actor and best picture.
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Weekly podcaps will now focus on “The Bechdel Cast,” a film podcast in the same vein as “The Rewatchables,” but centered on the female perspective with the intention of illuminating women’s voices. This week, “Overdue” tackles serious racial themes with “Native Son,” while “The Bechdel Cast” works through the issues of “What Women Want.”
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Weekly podcaps will now focus on “The Bechdel Cast,” a film podcast in the same vein as “The Rewatchables,” but centered on the female perspective with the intention of illuminating women’s voices. This week, “Overdue” tackles serious racial themes with “Native Son,” while “The Bechdel Cast” works through the issues of “What Women Want.”
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Mary Oliver, the Pulitzer Prize winning poet, passed away this past week.
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Mary Oliver, the Pulitzer Prize winning poet, passed away this past week.
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While I have lived among the most privileged generation of queer people in history, a certain outlook on life was fostered by a constant fear of reveal and rejection, the feeling of being a sexual deviant
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While I have lived among the most privileged generation of queer people in history, a certain outlook on life was fostered by a constant fear of reveal and rejection, the feeling of being a sexual deviant
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A Sam Raimi stan and recent graduate who missed UC Berkeley’s film and media commencement ceremony to screen his short film, “Life in Color,” at the Cannes Film Festival.
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A Sam Raimi stan and recent graduate who missed UC Berkeley’s film and media commencement ceremony to screen his short film, “Life in Color,” at the Cannes Film Festival.
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