What I wish I knew when coming to UC Berkeley

On Jan. 18, I stepped off a bus and found myself in uncharted territory. I had heard a lot about where I was going — both good and bad things — and read a fair amount, too. As I got closer, I thought I was ready for what sure to be a momentous occasion. But nothing could have really prepared me for my first visit to Target.
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To binge watch, or not to binge watch

Some people might count down the last month of school based on assignments and exams that have to be completed. But you, just by clicking on this article, are an exceptional type of person. You are the person who is probably in the middle of watching a TV series and wondering if it can
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Heavy hand knocks down new season of ‘House of Cards’

What’s the most exciting thing about season three of “House of Cards”? Claire Underwood’s new hair color. Seriously. The show’s leading lady, played with steely poise by Robin Wright, flaunts deep brown tresses midway through the new season, only to return to her signature blonde hue a few episodes later.
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What your Web browser history says about you

Do you always keep your laptop locked so that people cannot see the inner depths of your mind that now linger in your search history? Find yourself snatching away your computer before your friends can wander into the abyss of your Google searches? Maybe it isn’t in our best interest
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An open love letter to my Amazon Prince

Dear Amazon Prime, When we first met, you united me with my autographed preordered, first-edition printing of John Green’s “The Fault in Our Stars.” The year was 2011, and I was just a hopeless romantic — a teenage fangirl — looking to finally punch the numbers of my newly printed
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Netflix adds film favorites to January roster

Celebrate the last remaining days of your freedom with these newest films on Netflix for January! Seems like the streaming site may be adding a few ‘90s and early aughts faves to their inventory… “The War of the Worlds” [1953] Loosely based on H.G. Wells’ 1898 novel of the same
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