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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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While we love it, we also love to hate it. There exists, for some nebulous reason, a sense of disdain when it comes to depictions of love in the art we consume.
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While we love it, we also love to hate it. There exists, for some nebulous reason, a sense of disdain when it comes to depictions of love in the art we consume.
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Hustle culture — a mentality of always wanting more in career, success and the like — is terrifyingly glorified, pushed and admired by students and educators alike. 
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Hustle culture — a mentality of always wanting more in career, success and the like — is terrifyingly glorified, pushed and admired by students and educators alike. 
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We are so used to this pressured desire to be happy that we don’t realize how we often view our negative emotions as invalid, shameful or wrong. 
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We are so used to this pressured desire to be happy that we don’t realize how we often view our negative emotions as invalid, shameful or wrong. 
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Richard Taruskin, UC Berkeley music professor emeritus and pioneering musical intellectual, died July 1 at the age of 77.
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Richard Taruskin, UC Berkeley music professor emeritus and pioneering musical intellectual, died July 1 at the age of 77.
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There’s an imbalance of attention in the film, as it seldom scrutinizes Ljoha, who believes other people’s boundaries are permeable, despite the number of assumptions it makes about Laura.
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There’s an imbalance of attention in the film, as it seldom scrutinizes Ljoha, who believes other people’s boundaries are permeable, despite the number of assumptions it makes about Laura.
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Students often think of March and April as a time to take midterms, party over spring break and reluctantly come back to class the next week.
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Students often think of March and April as a time to take midterms, party over spring break and reluctantly come back to class the next week.
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Nearly 21 years ago, The Daily Californian ran a full-page advertisement titled “Ten Reasons Why Reparations for Blacks Is a Bad Idea--and Racist Too.”
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Nearly 21 years ago, The Daily Californian ran a full-page advertisement titled “Ten Reasons Why Reparations for Blacks Is a Bad Idea--and Racist Too.”
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The Berkeley Forum announced its Fall 2021 lineup of 12 events featuring panels and speakers from a variety of different fields and disciplines.
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The Berkeley Forum announced its Fall 2021 lineup of 12 events featuring panels and speakers from a variety of different fields and disciplines.
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Emily Winston, founder of Boichik Bagels, envisions “a bagel empire” in her company’s future. Now, Boichik Bagels is expanding in the Bay Area.
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Emily Winston, founder of Boichik Bagels, envisions “a bagel empire” in her company’s future. Now, Boichik Bagels is expanding in the Bay Area.
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Chloe Reynolds, UC Berkeley School of Journalism alumna, did not know the 2021 Pulitzer Prize awards were being announced until she found herself in a livestream with her editors in suits. 
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Chloe Reynolds, UC Berkeley School of Journalism alumna, did not know the 2021 Pulitzer Prize awards were being announced until she found herself in a livestream with her editors in suits. 
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