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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

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"Proof" emerges as a summation of the grueling, unpredictable road BTS has endured in its first chapter.
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"Proof" emerges as a summation of the grueling, unpredictable road BTS has endured in its first chapter.
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BTS’ and Coldplay’s willingness to exchange ideas and try new things is what makes the song succeed.
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BTS’ and Coldplay’s willingness to exchange ideas and try new things is what makes the song succeed.
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At its first virtual meeting of 2021, the UC Board of Regents approved funding for a technology fellowship pilot program, discussed telehealth developments and listened to concerns regarding racial discrimination.
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At its first virtual meeting of 2021, the UC Board of Regents approved funding for a technology fellowship pilot program, discussed telehealth developments and listened to concerns regarding racial discrimination.
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The result is a portrait of a man who drags the truth out of others but who is resistant to letting himself be exposed in the same way.
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The result is a portrait of a man who drags the truth out of others but who is resistant to letting himself be exposed in the same way.
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In other words, there is no question of whether or not Maroon 5 sold out — they absolutely did. The only question that remains is this: Should we resent them for it?
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In other words, there is no question of whether or not Maroon 5 sold out — they absolutely did. The only question that remains is this: Should we resent them for it?
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Deepak Ahuja, former chief financial officer of Tesla Motors, spoke to approximately 150 students gathered at Wurster Hall on Monday to hear his vision for the future of the automotive industry.
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Deepak Ahuja, former chief financial officer of Tesla Motors, spoke to approximately 150 students gathered at Wurster Hall on Monday to hear his vision for the future of the automotive industry.
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