BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 04, 2022

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Artists such as Nicki Minaj are redefining pink as more than just an aesthetic; it’s a rebellion for equality.
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Artists such as Nicki Minaj are redefining pink as more than just an aesthetic; it’s a rebellion for equality.
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By drawing on history, fiction and national memory, war films often invoke national security, collectivism and the social order as virtuous ideals that merit violence — a righteous country deserves to be defended to the death
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By drawing on history, fiction and national memory, war films often invoke national security, collectivism and the social order as virtuous ideals that merit violence — a righteous country deserves to be defended to the death
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Three popular sports and their reactions to the Spanish flu show us that sports are a breeding ground for disease spread — and that every precaution available should be taken before returning to play as usual.
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Three popular sports and their reactions to the Spanish flu show us that sports are a breeding ground for disease spread — and that every precaution available should be taken before returning to play as usual.
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Grab your foam finger, purchase your football tickets, and I’ll get you the facts to keep you in the know as this homecoming season kicks off.
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Grab your foam finger, purchase your football tickets, and I’ll get you the facts to keep you in the know as this homecoming season kicks off.
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I am writing to you from Paris, France. The weather is hot, and the jet lag is at large. But so is the bread and the cheese and the art.
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I am writing to you from Paris, France. The weather is hot, and the jet lag is at large. But so is the bread and the cheese and the art.
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From that one iron-oxide-green drinking fountain we see after stumbling out of the wrong end of Dwinelle Hall to the stairs we climb every day when hurrying to class in VLSB to our most recognizable campus(nile) installations, UC Berkeley’s alumni classes have contributed to many aspects that, be they in obscurity, notoriety or majesty, make their mark upon the campus.
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From that one iron-oxide-green drinking fountain we see after stumbling out of the wrong end of Dwinelle Hall to the stairs we climb every day when hurrying to class in VLSB to our most recognizable campus(nile) installations, UC Berkeley’s alumni classes have contributed to many aspects that, be they in obscurity, notoriety or majesty, make their mark upon the campus.
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“When I wrote it, I wasn't thinking about today, but I was also thinking that nothing in it was dated,” Gray explained. “And unfortunately, I was right."
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“When I wrote it, I wasn't thinking about today, but I was also thinking that nothing in it was dated,” Gray explained. “And unfortunately, I was right."
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Forget the little stone bear in South Hall’s balcony railing. At UC Berkeley, there are two new subjects for a quick game of “I Spy” — a pair of rare peregrine falcons atop the Campanile.
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Forget the little stone bear in South Hall’s balcony railing. At UC Berkeley, there are two new subjects for a quick game of “I Spy” — a pair of rare peregrine falcons atop the Campanile.
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On Thursday, citizens of the United Kingdom voted by 52 percent in a referendum to leave the European Union.
On Thursday, citizens of the United Kingdom voted by 52 percent in a referendum to leave the European Union.