BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

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I paid for a premium Spotify account, and, I would discover that a little boy up in a tree somewhere was currently listening to “Dynamite” by Taio Cruz.
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I paid for a premium Spotify account, and, I would discover that a little boy up in a tree somewhere was currently listening to “Dynamite” by Taio Cruz.
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I found out on the train ride home from Lake Tahoe, where I had spent the weekend. In honor of him, I listened to his music on shuffle, old and new, Highway Companion to Damn the Torpedoes, and watched golden fields of fried grass and stark black cows run past my window. “Square One” consoled me as I traced streams into orange forests. “Rebels” scored the train’s trek across a Sacramento bridge. Tom Petty was dead, and I wasn’t crying. I was remembering.
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I found out on the train ride home from Lake Tahoe, where I had spent the weekend. In honor of him, I listened to his music on shuffle, old and new, Highway Companion to Damn the Torpedoes, and watched golden fields of fried grass and stark black cows run past my window. “Square One” consoled me as I traced streams into orange forests. “Rebels” scored the train’s trek across a Sacramento bridge. Tom Petty was dead, and I wasn’t crying. I was remembering.
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One serious candidate and one satirical candidate are running for the position of ASUC academic affairs vice president with goals to improve students’ undergraduate experience and increase support for academic and extracurricular activities on campus.
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One serious candidate and one satirical candidate are running for the position of ASUC academic affairs vice president with goals to improve students’ undergraduate experience and increase support for academic and extracurricular activities on campus.
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