Be humble

Everyone likes to feel important. Here at UC Berkeley, this particular desire is overwhelmingly prevalent.
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Both sides now

Fake Out

The first concert I ever went to was Joni Mitchell’s. I still hadn’t been born yet. Mom wanted to go see her that much, so she sweated out a humid Louisiana April afternoon, still pregnant with me in 1995, just to see Joni Mitchell perform. That was my last chance
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Tunesday: “I love my blackness”

If there was ever a time to celebrate Blackness in an age featuring systemic oppression, cultural appropriation and an orange-haired “politician” running for office, 2016 would be it. Bold, unapologetic and completely no-holds-barred, this year has produced spectacular artistry from Black musicians that would give Taylor Swift and her squad
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15 major keys in DJ Khaled’s latest album

We’ve seen his jet ski adventures, heard his motivational life lessons as he runs on the treadmill and have been touched with his unwavering confidence in himself and his fans. DJ Khaled never fails to make us feel important through spreading infectious positivity (both in his music and via Snapchat),
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A lit Fourth of July playlist

We at the Clog know that no summer event is more important than the Fourth of July. And possibly the most important part of making sure you have a fun Fourth of July is making sure your playlist is as lit as the fireworks you’ll be watching. We have 13 suggestions for you to commemorate, criticize and celebrate Independence Day and everything it stands for. So grab a beverage and friend of your choice, kick back with your pocket copy of the Declaration of Independence and toast the fireworks as you listen to this Fourth of July playlist.
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Beyonce reigns supreme on surprise release ‘Lemonade’

Lemonade is Beyonce’s most introspective, personal and revealing album to date. Sure, her 2013 eponymous album delved into more mature and social themes, but Lemonade takes these ideas to a completely new level, weaving two distinct threads through the album about her private struggles and her identity as a black
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BearFest entertains in spite of logistical clutter

“Ever wished we had a campus wide concert series? Perhaps a ‘Coachella’ or ‘Sun God’?” read the Facebook event description for BearFest, a festival organized by ASUC executives and SUPERB that was to be the Thursday before spring break. Although BearFest had plenty of enjoyable moments, its logistics definitely need
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