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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Artists such as Rina Sawayama, King Princess, Frank Ocean and Semler have all explored the tension between spirituality and sexuality — and some have even tried to reconcile it.
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Artists such as Rina Sawayama, King Princess, Frank Ocean and Semler have all explored the tension between spirituality and sexuality — and some have even tried to reconcile it.
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The hypermasculinity of the Western often reinforces harmful stereotypes, especially when the line between violence and intimacy is blurred.
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The hypermasculinity of the Western often reinforces harmful stereotypes, especially when the line between violence and intimacy is blurred.
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With a stunning red carpet that held a lot of personality, here are The Daily Californian’s picks for best-dressed at the 64th Grammy Awards ceremony. 
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With a stunning red carpet that held a lot of personality, here are The Daily Californian’s picks for best-dressed at the 64th Grammy Awards ceremony. 
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Jack Harlow’s show at Fox Theater made for a fun and exhilarating night, but one can’t help but think that with some small adjustments, he could’ve really “put the ball in the end zone.”
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Jack Harlow’s show at Fox Theater made for a fun and exhilarating night, but one can’t help but think that with some small adjustments, he could’ve really “put the ball in the end zone.”
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With her debut album 'Sour,' Olivia Rodrigo redefined the boundaries of success for a new artist — an achievement that alone already earns the LP the title of pop album of the year.
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With her debut album 'Sour,' Olivia Rodrigo redefined the boundaries of success for a new artist — an achievement that alone already earns the LP the title of pop album of the year.
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As the seasons change and school picks up speed, September yields plenty of new musical projects to take your mind off of that upcoming midterm.
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As the seasons change and school picks up speed, September yields plenty of new musical projects to take your mind off of that upcoming midterm.
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The record sees Lil Nas X coming into his own, churning out both raucous, whiplash-inducing chart-toppers and tapping into a wellspring of contemplative material anchored by his artistic identity.
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The record sees Lil Nas X coming into his own, churning out both raucous, whiplash-inducing chart-toppers and tapping into a wellspring of contemplative material anchored by his artistic identity.
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From Doja Cat’s Thom Browne “worm dress” to Lil Nas X’s gender-fluid Versace ensemble, here are The Daily Californian’s picks for best-dressed at this year’s VMAs.
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From Doja Cat’s Thom Browne “worm dress” to Lil Nas X’s gender-fluid Versace ensemble, here are The Daily Californian’s picks for best-dressed at this year’s VMAs.
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The success of “Call Me By Your Name” proves that queer people are a powerful demographic for the music industry, which can only help queer artists of the future in making their songs even more queer-centered and truthful.
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The success of “Call Me By Your Name” proves that queer people are a powerful demographic for the music industry, which can only help queer artists of the future in making their songs even more queer-centered and truthful.
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His “Call Me By Your Name” is more than just a coming-out story — it is an audacious step into the public eye as an unapologetically queer Black man. 
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His “Call Me By Your Name” is more than just a coming-out story — it is an audacious step into the public eye as an unapologetically queer Black man. 
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