BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 02, 2022

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Some of the most important works in the horror genre are retroactively letting the skeletons out of the closet, and this raises an inevitable question: Now that we’re out, where do we stand?
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Some of the most important works in the horror genre are retroactively letting the skeletons out of the closet, and this raises an inevitable question: Now that we’re out, where do we stand?
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I’m not a film critic by any means. A quick skim through my Daily Cal author page will quickly let you know that my area of expertise is mostly music and opinions. Yet there is something I know to be a deep truth of the universe: “The Silence of the Lambs” is the best film ever made.
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I’m not a film critic by any means. A quick skim through my Daily Cal author page will quickly let you know that my area of expertise is mostly music and opinions. Yet there is something I know to be a deep truth of the universe: “The Silence of the Lambs” is the best film ever made.
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Here are some UC Berkeley nightmares that just might come true on this superstition-laden day.
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Here are some UC Berkeley nightmares that just might come true on this superstition-laden day.
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Beerbongs & Bentleys may not be as country-influenced as his first album, but his tracks consistently share similar tones, such as echoey backing harmonies.
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Beerbongs & Bentleys may not be as country-influenced as his first album, but his tracks consistently share similar tones, such as echoey backing harmonies.
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Cho is returning to the Bay Area next week as part of an all-Asian American stand-up comedy extravaganza at Cal Performances.
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Cho is returning to the Bay Area next week as part of an all-Asian American stand-up comedy extravaganza at Cal Performances.
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In a year filled with thrilling and innovative horror films, “Friend Request” is too uninspired to be worth your time or money.
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In a year filled with thrilling and innovative horror films, “Friend Request” is too uninspired to be worth your time or money.
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