BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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The UC Board of Regents makes decisions that impact every UC student’s life — determining student tuition, approving campus developments, setting the UC system’s budget and more — yet most students across the system do not know who the regents are.
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The UC Board of Regents makes decisions that impact every UC student’s life — determining student tuition, approving campus developments, setting the UC system’s budget and more — yet most students across the system do not know who the regents are.
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In short, every film studio’s theatrical release calendar will be in a state of costly limbo for the foreseeable future, and the film industry will feel the ramifications of that limbo for at least months to come. 
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In short, every film studio’s theatrical release calendar will be in a state of costly limbo for the foreseeable future, and the film industry will feel the ramifications of that limbo for at least months to come. 
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Krasinski’s choice to return to the world of “A Quiet Place” was inspired by the thematic potential that a sequel could carry. 
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Krasinski’s choice to return to the world of “A Quiet Place” was inspired by the thematic potential that a sequel could carry. 
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The film rarely bothers to create anything for itself, instead sticking to the unadventurous comfort of a victory lap, and an unearned one at that.
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The film rarely bothers to create anything for itself, instead sticking to the unadventurous comfort of a victory lap, and an unearned one at that.
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On Monday, “Overdue” moved into the world of science fiction, delving into the rare sci-fi novel written by a woman of color. Meanwhile, on Tuesday “The Rewatchables” didn’t stray too far from last week’s episode, focusing on another action film.
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On Monday, “Overdue” moved into the world of science fiction, delving into the rare sci-fi novel written by a woman of color. Meanwhile, on Tuesday “The Rewatchables” didn’t stray too far from last week’s episode, focusing on another action film.
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Jake Cannon is a UC Berkeley alumnus and host of the podcast “The Look Back Machine,” which features documentary-style retellings of various forgotten Hollywood stories, tales described as “the overlooked, the disregarded, and misremembered.”
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Jake Cannon is a UC Berkeley alumnus and host of the podcast “The Look Back Machine,” which features documentary-style retellings of various forgotten Hollywood stories, tales described as “the overlooked, the disregarded, and misremembered.”
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