BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 27, 2022

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The early celebration of Christmas is not just about celebrating more; it’s about transcending time itself. Get in the spirit for Christmas 2023!
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The early celebration of Christmas is not just about celebrating more; it’s about transcending time itself. Get in the spirit for Christmas 2023!
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If you are looking for some counterprogramming to the spooky season for this weekend, here are some antithetical Halloween movies to watch.
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If you are looking for some counterprogramming to the spooky season for this weekend, here are some antithetical Halloween movies to watch.
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After repeatedly saying the phrase "new year, new me" since the start of 2019 almost three weeks ago, UC Berkeley student Elle Dwin confirmed Thursday, to her dismay, that she still is indeed the same person she was last year.
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After repeatedly saying the phrase "new year, new me" since the start of 2019 almost three weeks ago, UC Berkeley student Elle Dwin confirmed Thursday, to her dismay, that she still is indeed the same person she was last year.
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Shockingly, there’s no standard flow chart you can use to rationalize each small step in the decision-making process.
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Shockingly, there’s no standard flow chart you can use to rationalize each small step in the decision-making process.
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Michael Brown’s death is not an isolated incident of institutionalized racism run amok; it exists in a continuum of slavery, reconstruction, Jim Crow and the almost ageless stereotype of the violent black man. It exists in an ascendant culture of totalitarian police who were armed by an ever-growing military industrial complex by a country that strives to be always profiting at war. To the people of Ferguson, it exists in a timeline of tension wherein a mostly black town is occupied by an almost all-white police force. To the people of Berkeley, it exists as oppression that cannot be borne if any of us is to feel safe or free.
Michael Brown’s death is not an isolated incident of institutionalized racism run amok; it exists in a continuum of slavery, reconstruction, Jim Crow and the almost ageless stereotype of the violent black man. It exists in an ascendant culture of totalitarian police who were armed by an ever-growing military industrial complex by a country that strives to be always profiting at war. To the people of Ferguson, it exists in a timeline of tension wherein a mostly black town is occupied by an almost all-white police force. To the people of Berkeley, it exists as oppression that cannot be borne if any of us is to feel safe or free.