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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Charmingly ambitious yet prosaically pedestrian, “Now is Not the Time to Panic” carries just enough poignance to casually rivet, but falls short of the charisma, depth and execution necessary to be truly incandescent.
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Charmingly ambitious yet prosaically pedestrian, “Now is Not the Time to Panic” carries just enough poignance to casually rivet, but falls short of the charisma, depth and execution necessary to be truly incandescent.
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Blossoming with lush detail without boasting grandiloquence, Jimenez narrates in riot against the finitudes of categorization.
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Blossoming with lush detail without boasting grandiloquence, Jimenez narrates in riot against the finitudes of categorization.
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Hariri-Kia paints a vivid portrait of an ever-changing media landscape, exploring everything from the shift to online content to the pervasiveness of performative activism.
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Hariri-Kia paints a vivid portrait of an ever-changing media landscape, exploring everything from the shift to online content to the pervasiveness of performative activism.
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I’ve always had a love for reading. In the first grade sitting on a carpet covered in the alphabet, I realized something pivotal: All of the books sitting in our library weren’t just words on a page, but stories sparked by passion.
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I’ve always had a love for reading. In the first grade sitting on a carpet covered in the alphabet, I realized something pivotal: All of the books sitting in our library weren’t just words on a page, but stories sparked by passion.
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“I wanted to come together as a collective,” Engel said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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“I wanted to come together as a collective,” Engel said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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In the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement, Lawson thinks about the various ways in which oppression appears in the world and what it takes for people to finally take notice.
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In the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement, Lawson thinks about the various ways in which oppression appears in the world and what it takes for people to finally take notice.
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This language belongs to every person of color, regardless of anyone’s racism or bigotry. We belong in the English language, the English curriculum and the literary world.
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This language belongs to every person of color, regardless of anyone’s racism or bigotry. We belong in the English language, the English curriculum and the literary world.
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While the first few chapters are like a whirlwind, packed with fast-moving plot details that the reader must sort out, the rest of the book smoothly travels through Ren’s journey across Japan — there is never a dull moment.
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While the first few chapters are like a whirlwind, packed with fast-moving plot details that the reader must sort out, the rest of the book smoothly travels through Ren’s journey across Japan — there is never a dull moment.
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Reading closely is about creating a more pleasurable experience for yourself. I compared it to eating more mindfully — chewing slowly, feeling the texture, noticing the colors and smelling the scent.
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Reading closely is about creating a more pleasurable experience for yourself. I compared it to eating more mindfully — chewing slowly, feeling the texture, noticing the colors and smelling the scent.
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