Photo Essay: Breaking out the cameras

Photo of a grey and white puppy
Theo Wyss-Flamm/Senior Staff
My aunt's new puppy, Levi. Taken on Thanksgiving morning just moments before he tore a hole in my socks. (Theo Wyss-Flamm/Senior Staff)

Over Thanksgiving and Winter breaks, the photographers of The Daily Californian documented the various ways in which we spent our holiday. Be it spending quality time with friends and family or just taking time for ourselves to rest and recharge, we all came away with some beautiful shots to share.
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Photo of students walking on UC Berkeley campus

Photo Essay: 2021 in Photos

The Berkeley community experienced a widespread return to in person in 2021 — as did many parts of the world. From football games and music festivals to lectures, UC Berkeley students and city residents alike were able to look beyond their Zoom meetings, physically attending large gatherings and resuming daily
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Picture of the call app on an iPhone

Photo Essay: Telephone

The following project mimics the popular children’s game, Telephone. The game begins as the first player comes up with a message and whispers it to the next player. This player whispers what they’ve heard to the next player. So on and so forth until the last player is reached and
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20 on '20: A Daily Bruin and Daily Californian collaboration

20 on ’20: A portrait series

Joining forces in a reflective portrait series, The Daily Californian and Daily Bruin photographers asked 20 college students three questions to help them explore what the last 12 months meant to them. Here’s what they had to say.     What advice would you give to yourself a year ago?
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Living in liminality

In the most cliche of ways, I stumbled upon my mum’s film camera in the corner of a closet, tucked among files of old bank statements and dust-covered boxes of memoirs.
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