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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 19, 2023

Year! Review! Read our 2022 Year in Retrospect Issue!
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Twenty One Pilots

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Released May 21, the pair’s latest album brightly explores hues and tints, finding rapture that sometimes feels more motley than prismatic.
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Released May 21, the pair’s latest album brightly explores hues and tints, finding rapture that sometimes feels more motley than prismatic.
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The internet was the perfect escape from my social anxiety. Omegle, an online chatroom for “meeting strangers and making new friends,” was where I lived.
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The internet was the perfect escape from my social anxiety. Omegle, an online chatroom for “meeting strangers and making new friends,” was where I lived.
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To borrow some terminology from the Carters, this year’s Outside Lands “was a fucking zoo.”
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To borrow some terminology from the Carters, this year’s Outside Lands “was a fucking zoo.”
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On Friday, Twenty One Pilots, The Lumineers and Flying Lotus boasted, respectively, the most risk-taking, nautical and surreal sets of the weekend. 
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On Friday, Twenty One Pilots, The Lumineers and Flying Lotus boasted, respectively, the most risk-taking, nautical and surreal sets of the weekend. 
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Maybe the events of last week — Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court, UC Berkeley’s abysmal equity index score and the disappearance of Washington Post columnist and Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, for a start — have made you feel a sense of deep dissatisfaction in governments, both local and global.
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Maybe the events of last week — Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court, UC Berkeley’s abysmal equity index score and the disappearance of Washington Post columnist and Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, for a start — have made you feel a sense of deep dissatisfaction in governments, both local and global.
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No one song can capture an entire year, so we decided to make a playlist for each of the four years you’ll experience here at UC Berkeley.
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No one song can capture an entire year, so we decided to make a playlist for each of the four years you’ll experience here at UC Berkeley.
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Live, all of the songs off the band’s most recent album — 2017’s Woodstock — sound less pop-like, free of studio retouches.
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Live, all of the songs off the band’s most recent album — 2017’s Woodstock — sound less pop-like, free of studio retouches.
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Dead week is finally on the horizon, so the Clog has created a little playlist to calm all your pre-final nerves and jitters.
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Dead week is finally on the horizon, so the Clog has created a little playlist to calm all your pre-final nerves and jitters.
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I paid for a premium Spotify account, and, I would discover that a little boy up in a tree somewhere was currently listening to “Dynamite” by Taio Cruz.
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I paid for a premium Spotify account, and, I would discover that a little boy up in a tree somewhere was currently listening to “Dynamite” by Taio Cruz.
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Silence is often filled with a self-critical or self-loathing cacophony of voices of our own creations, filled with dangerous imaginings.
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Silence is often filled with a self-critical or self-loathing cacophony of voices of our own creations, filled with dangerous imaginings.
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