2017 Oscar Predictions

Some of the most fun during the Oscars season comes in the predictions phase. With records tied and broken during nominations morning, the slate of films and talent up for Oscars is as fascinating as it’s been in years. While there is a long wait from the January announcement until
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What people actually do in the library

We’re now officially entering midterm season, meaning that it’s time to hit up your favorite library and get some work done. Midterm season is undoubtedly a high-stress time, not only because of your imminent exams but also because of your peers who seem to be constantly studying. When you go to
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Oscar Nominations Recap

The Oscar nominations for the films of 2016 were announced this past Tuesday, and there’s a lot to talk about in regard to the field of nominees. After a slow start, 2016 quickly turned into a phenomenal year of film. Independent films displayed why that sphere is still home to
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Daily Californian Arts Awards: Film of 2016

T hrough the first two-thirds of 2016, the year’s landscape of film was looking absolutely horrendous. No one went out to see the brilliant independent films such as “The Lobster” and “Swiss Army Man,” and a majority of the major blockbusters, such as “Gods of Egypt” and “Independence Day: Resurgence,”
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Failure to report: UCSB

Elliot Rodger killed six people and injured 13 others on May 23, in Isla Vista, California, a community where many UC Santa Barbara students live. All six of those killed that day were students at the university. This tragedy has been reported and dissected by every major news outlet in the country, including The Daily Californian. But UCSB’s ASUC-sponsored paper, the Bottom Line, chose to refrain from immediate devoted coverage of the incident outside of their Twitter feed. In fraught and dangerous circumstances, the Bottom Line made the wrong decision and abandoned its responsibility to its campus and community.
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Candlelight Vigil Held for victims of Typhoon Yolanda

On November 15th, Berkeley residents gathered at the International House steps, paying their respects for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda in the Philippines. Members of the campus community discussed a new initiative, “Act for the Philippines.” Led by the Pilipino/Pilipino American student community at Berkeley, which aims to raise $10,000
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‘Silence’ found in ‘Echo’ show

Fashion designers draw inspiration from art exhibition

“Echo,” a fashion show inspired by the BAM/PFA’s current exhibition “Silence,” featured the original work of designers from UC Berkeley and the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising. The designers each selected a work from the exhibition on which they based their designs, and models showcased the original works as
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