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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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I’ve always had a love for reading. In the first grade sitting on a carpet covered in the alphabet, I realized something pivotal: All of the books sitting in our library weren’t just words on a page, but stories sparked by passion.
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I’ve always had a love for reading. In the first grade sitting on a carpet covered in the alphabet, I realized something pivotal: All of the books sitting in our library weren’t just words on a page, but stories sparked by passion.
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In the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement, Lawson thinks about the various ways in which oppression appears in the world and what it takes for people to finally take notice.
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In the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement, Lawson thinks about the various ways in which oppression appears in the world and what it takes for people to finally take notice.
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It’s a fresh take on a well-worn dystopian premise, with unexpected twists and haunting performances that leaves the audience wanting more. 
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It’s a fresh take on a well-worn dystopian premise, with unexpected twists and haunting performances that leaves the audience wanting more. 
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The issue here, essentially, is that despite their thematic relevance, dystopian and sci-fi novels aren’t all that helpful in regards to guiding individuals through times of disaster.
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The issue here, essentially, is that despite their thematic relevance, dystopian and sci-fi novels aren’t all that helpful in regards to guiding individuals through times of disaster.
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And just like that we’re taken back to Crete, where two of America’s favorite contestants and Jed stand awaiting their fate.
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And just like that we’re taken back to Crete, where two of America’s favorite contestants and Jed stand awaiting their fate.
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Out of all the books that contributed to the declining health of my eyes, there was one that always stood out to me — Louisa May Alcott’s “Little Women.”
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Out of all the books that contributed to the declining health of my eyes, there was one that always stood out to me — Louisa May Alcott’s “Little Women.”
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If I could somehow insert a heavy sigh here, I would, because it amazes me how intolerant we still are — it is 2019 and we can’t seem to accept a Black Ariel without it being controversial.
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If I could somehow insert a heavy sigh here, I would, because it amazes me how intolerant we still are — it is 2019 and we can’t seem to accept a Black Ariel without it being controversial.
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To stand in solidarity with all those who don't have a significant other on Valentine's Day, the Clog has outlined the thoughts that go through the minds of single people on this nauseating day of love.
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To stand in solidarity with all those who don't have a significant other on Valentine's Day, the Clog has outlined the thoughts that go through the minds of single people on this nauseating day of love.
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“The Darkest Minds” is another notch in Hollywood’s bedpost of female protagonists who juggle survival in a dystopia with an average teenage love life.
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“The Darkest Minds” is another notch in Hollywood’s bedpost of female protagonists who juggle survival in a dystopia with an average teenage love life.
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Whether you feel like learning more about scientific discoveries, “The Simpsons” or TLC’s rejection of scrubs, this week’s picks have you covered.
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Whether you feel like learning more about scientific discoveries, “The Simpsons” or TLC’s rejection of scrubs, this week’s picks have you covered.
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