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BERKELEY'S NEWS • MARCH 30, 2023

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“I think causality stories, like linear causality, never made sense to me. I’m horrible at it,” Mills said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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“I think causality stories, like linear causality, never made sense to me. I’m horrible at it,” Mills said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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For Wang, truth in “The Farewell” has more intimate ties to replicating a specific sense of experience than to portraying exactly what happened when.
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For Wang, truth in “The Farewell” has more intimate ties to replicating a specific sense of experience than to portraying exactly what happened when.
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Glass’s seven selected truisms spanned from the pragmatic to the emotional playing into the principles of the first truism he introduced — “How to tell a story.” Glass leaned toward the broad, emphasizing “a story in its simplest form is about motion.”
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Glass’s seven selected truisms spanned from the pragmatic to the emotional playing into the principles of the first truism he introduced — “How to tell a story.” Glass leaned toward the broad, emphasizing “a story in its simplest form is about motion.”
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In its honesty, the porn at HUMP! envelops all that is human; it exposes our wants, desires, quirks, lusts, passions, vulnerability and shame.
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In its honesty, the porn at HUMP! envelops all that is human; it exposes our wants, desires, quirks, lusts, passions, vulnerability and shame.
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Picnic blankets sprawled across the gardens at the Oakland Museum of California, or OMCA, on Saturday as the museum held its first Park Jam.
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Picnic blankets sprawled across the gardens at the Oakland Museum of California, or OMCA, on Saturday as the museum held its first Park Jam.
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In 1999, Hae Min Lee, a senior at Woodlawn High School in Maryland, went missing. When her body was found a month later, Adnan Syed, her ex-boyfriend, was arrested and convicted of strangling her.
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In 1999, Hae Min Lee, a senior at Woodlawn High School in Maryland, went missing. When her body was found a month later, Adnan Syed, her ex-boyfriend, was arrested and convicted of strangling her.
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