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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!
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With the new release of “Midnights,” Taylor Swift has done it again. She’s what everyone’s talking about, her songs are trending on almost every social media platform, and she continues to be the Princess of Pop.
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With the new release of “Midnights,” Taylor Swift has done it again. She’s what everyone’s talking about, her songs are trending on almost every social media platform, and she continues to be the Princess of Pop.
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When it comes to addressing our loneliness, we should transcend the pitfalls of love stories by understanding that we aren’t incomplete without somebody else.
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When it comes to addressing our loneliness, we should transcend the pitfalls of love stories by understanding that we aren’t incomplete without somebody else.
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Personally, I think the emptiness you feel after finishing a great TV show you’ve been engrossed in for a while is the most universal emotion of all.
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Personally, I think the emptiness you feel after finishing a great TV show you’ve been engrossed in for a while is the most universal emotion of all.
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Let’s talk women in lunacy. They're the illuminating symbol, the plot engine and the throughline for all that’s wrong and scary about the world.
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Let’s talk women in lunacy. They're the illuminating symbol, the plot engine and the throughline for all that’s wrong and scary about the world.
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Podcasts are honestly pure gold. If you’re overwhelmed by the sheer number of podcasts available, here’s a curated selection of shows to listen to this year!
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Podcasts are honestly pure gold. If you’re overwhelmed by the sheer number of podcasts available, here’s a curated selection of shows to listen to this year!
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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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So, my friends have taken it upon themselves, and my life has filled up with teachers who explain why the subject they’re teaching is important.
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So, my friends have taken it upon themselves, and my life has filled up with teachers who explain why the subject they’re teaching is important.
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