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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 19, 2023

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Dancing is a rewarding sport; it’s supposed to make you tired and sore, but it’s also supposed to make you happy — otherwise you’re not doing something right.
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Dancing is a rewarding sport; it’s supposed to make you tired and sore, but it’s also supposed to make you happy — otherwise you’re not doing something right.
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It’s the height of summer, but theaters around the Bay Area are currently resplendent in a wide variety of amazing pictures right now, from tentpole superhero movies to quiet, meditative micro-budget films
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It’s the height of summer, but theaters around the Bay Area are currently resplendent in a wide variety of amazing pictures right now, from tentpole superhero movies to quiet, meditative micro-budget films
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Berkeley: the home of the Free Speech Movement, Kip’s and our wonderful campus.
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Berkeley: the home of the Free Speech Movement, Kip’s and our wonderful campus.
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The normalcy of Peter Parker (excellently portrayed by bright-eyed Tom Holland) carries this film and helps create a new blueprint for superhero movies — movies more interested in the lives of all of the people, rather than the spectacle of putting those lives at stake.
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The normalcy of Peter Parker (excellently portrayed by bright-eyed Tom Holland) carries this film and helps create a new blueprint for superhero movies — movies more interested in the lives of all of the people, rather than the spectacle of putting those lives at stake.
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Seattle’s rising minimum wage has not affected employment rates, according to a UC Berkeley study released Tuesday by the Institute for Research on Labor and Employment.
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Seattle’s rising minimum wage has not affected employment rates, according to a UC Berkeley study released Tuesday by the Institute for Research on Labor and Employment.
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For every "Wonder Woman" or new "Spider-Man," throw in a "Sharknado" or "Twilight" movie every now and then. It keeps things interesting.
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For every "Wonder Woman" or new "Spider-Man," throw in a "Sharknado" or "Twilight" movie every now and then. It keeps things interesting.
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In an attempt to close the wage gap, the City of Berkeley is considering an ordinance that would restrict employers from asking for or considering past salary of an applicant as a factor in the hiring process.
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In an attempt to close the wage gap, the City of Berkeley is considering an ordinance that would restrict employers from asking for or considering past salary of an applicant as a factor in the hiring process.
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“Iron Fist” is an unfortunate travesty fueled by whitewashing, inadequate storytelling and subpar acting from its lead actor.
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“Iron Fist” is an unfortunate travesty fueled by whitewashing, inadequate storytelling and subpar acting from its lead actor.
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The eternal question still burns within us all: Which show do we use this spring break to escape from all of the stress that UC Berkeley has caused us?
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The eternal question still burns within us all: Which show do we use this spring break to escape from all of the stress that UC Berkeley has caused us?
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