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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 09, 2022

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Joan Didion

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“The Rehearsal” isn’t so much a direct parody of reality TV as it is a deconstruction of its entire premise.
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“The Rehearsal” isn’t so much a direct parody of reality TV as it is a deconstruction of its entire premise.
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Tethered to conspicuously directional source material, the film’s pushback against the defense system and its media corollaries is hermetic and anticipatory of recent events.
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Tethered to conspicuously directional source material, the film’s pushback against the defense system and its media corollaries is hermetic and anticipatory of recent events.
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Onstage, Hadreas’ discography blooms. At times, what audiences experienced was more akin to performance art than a concert.
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Onstage, Hadreas’ discography blooms. At times, what audiences experienced was more akin to performance art than a concert.
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In an interview with The Daily Californian, Boyish discussed inspirations behind the duo’s newest song “Congratulations.”
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In an interview with The Daily Californian, Boyish discussed inspirations behind the duo’s newest song “Congratulations.”
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This is how I find stability, which feels like diaphanous sunlight on my face and softly crinkling leaves underfoot and a chilly breeze pushed in from the water.
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This is how I find stability, which feels like diaphanous sunlight on my face and softly crinkling leaves underfoot and a chilly breeze pushed in from the water.
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If moralism and sentimentality have poisoned the discourse, Didion’s intrepid demystification of “magical thinking” is the antidote.
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If moralism and sentimentality have poisoned the discourse, Didion’s intrepid demystification of “magical thinking” is the antidote.
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UC Berkeley alumna and pioneer of "new journalism" Joan Didion died Thursday, Dec. 23, due to Parkinson’s disease at the age of 87
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UC Berkeley alumna and pioneer of "new journalism" Joan Didion died Thursday, Dec. 23, due to Parkinson’s disease at the age of 87
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It’s a question I ask myself whenever I’m doing something I enjoy — do I actually like this or has some twist of circumstance or sociality caused me to?
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It’s a question I ask myself whenever I’m doing something I enjoy — do I actually like this or has some twist of circumstance or sociality caused me to?
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Whether you’ve spent moments in the office or only encountered The Daily Californian via Zoom, being part of this community is special for a lifetime. For the 150th anniversary of our paper, here’s a look back on three of our most notable alumni through the decades.
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Whether you’ve spent moments in the office or only encountered The Daily Californian via Zoom, being part of this community is special for a lifetime. For the 150th anniversary of our paper, here’s a look back on three of our most notable alumni through the decades.
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I’m a third-year student here at UC Berkeley. My college years have not gone as I thought they would.
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I’m a third-year student here at UC Berkeley. My college years have not gone as I thought they would.
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