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BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 21, 2023

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Although Cal’s defeat to Auburn stung, the Bears still have 10 games to make their last Pac-12 football season one to remember.
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Although Cal’s defeat to Auburn stung, the Bears still have 10 games to make their last Pac-12 football season one to remember.
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Distinctly invested in the intricacies of generational memory, the American Conservatory Theater’s “The Headlands” is an alluring, hilarious and ever-tangled take on the Asian American experience.
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Distinctly invested in the intricacies of generational memory, the American Conservatory Theater’s “The Headlands” is an alluring, hilarious and ever-tangled take on the Asian American experience.
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Jackson’s dual-threat profile will add a novel dimension to the blue and gold offense.
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Jackson’s dual-threat profile will add a novel dimension to the blue and gold offense.
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The exceptional abilities of this drama’s cast are what truly bring “The Bluest Eye” to life.
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The exceptional abilities of this drama’s cast are what truly bring “The Bluest Eye” to life.
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Last Friday, Shotgun Players kicked off their 2019 season with “KILL THE DEBBIE DOWNERS! KILL THEM! KILL THEM! KILL THEM OFF!” — a work of devised theater directed by Mark Jackson and Beth Wilmurt and based off of Anton Chekhov’s “Three Sisters.”
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Last Friday, Shotgun Players kicked off their 2019 season with “KILL THE DEBBIE DOWNERS! KILL THEM! KILL THEM! KILL THEM OFF!” — a work of devised theater directed by Mark Jackson and Beth Wilmurt and based off of Anton Chekhov’s “Three Sisters.”
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Each production ultimately revolves around what it means to lead a life at the brink of social transformation — what it means to be a change-maker.
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Each production ultimately revolves around what it means to lead a life at the brink of social transformation — what it means to be a change-maker.
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“Splendour” employs unconventional storytelling techniques to paint a portrait of four women, depicting the individual roles they play in the midst of their war-torn society.
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“Splendour” employs unconventional storytelling techniques to paint a portrait of four women, depicting the individual roles they play in the midst of their war-torn society.
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