BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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The album is a sonic, versed sampler influenced by African musical styles that represents the diaspora of Afrocentric music from coast to coast.
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The album is a sonic, versed sampler influenced by African musical styles that represents the diaspora of Afrocentric music from coast to coast.
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These playlists hold everything I have ever experienced, from the utter joy I felt laughing and screaming with friends on a spontaneous beach day to the churning I felt in my stomach during a fumbled kiss in the dark that I knew would be our last.
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These playlists hold everything I have ever experienced, from the utter joy I felt laughing and screaming with friends on a spontaneous beach day to the churning I felt in my stomach during a fumbled kiss in the dark that I knew would be our last.
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So take a breath, put in your earphones and listen to our “Welcome Freshmen” playlist for background music as you explore Berkeley for the first time.
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So take a breath, put in your earphones and listen to our “Welcome Freshmen” playlist for background music as you explore Berkeley for the first time.
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If you’ve ever wondered what Shaquille O’Neal’s bare ass looks like, quench your curiosity with the new summer film “Uncle Drew."
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If you’ve ever wondered what Shaquille O’Neal’s bare ass looks like, quench your curiosity with the new summer film “Uncle Drew."
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If you’ve got the urge to decompress, here’s a playlist of easy-sounding tracks to kick back and ease your spring worries.
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If you’ve got the urge to decompress, here’s a playlist of easy-sounding tracks to kick back and ease your spring worries.
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While American politics may continue to divide, music in 2017 amplified oft-marginalized voices, providing a glimmer of hope, however small, for 2018.
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While American politics may continue to divide, music in 2017 amplified oft-marginalized voices, providing a glimmer of hope, however small, for 2018.
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