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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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Imad Pasha

Weekender Editor

Imad Pasha is the Weekender editor. Before that, he was the Arts & Entertainment editor, as well as head music and film reporter. He joined Daily Cal in spring 2015 as an arts reporter. He is also an astrophysicist.

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"Tranquility" is an album that sticks impressively to its visual narrative — one set in of a Jean-Pierre Melville-inspired jazz club.
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"Tranquility" is an album that sticks impressively to its visual narrative — one set in of a Jean-Pierre Melville-inspired jazz club.
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Many freshmen arrive at UC Berkeley and are faced with difficult choices — with numerous open roads and routes to pursue in college, all encompassed by the feeling steeped in the word “undeclared.” I was not one of those students.
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Many freshmen arrive at UC Berkeley and are faced with difficult choices — with numerous open roads and routes to pursue in college, all encompassed by the feeling steeped in the word “undeclared.” I was not one of those students.
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Beyond fun, funky music, a band has to do something that establishes a human connection. For Ripe, that thing was smiling.
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Beyond fun, funky music, a band has to do something that establishes a human connection. For Ripe, that thing was smiling.
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While keeping research labs running and teaching undergraduates, graduate student instructors are trying to learn the skills to excel in their fields.
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While keeping research labs running and teaching undergraduates, graduate student instructors are trying to learn the skills to excel in their fields.
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If you can conceptualize “chillwave, bedroom dream-pop,” then Flamingosis’ Upper Sproul Plaza performance Friday was the elevator music version of that.
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If you can conceptualize “chillwave, bedroom dream-pop,” then Flamingosis’ Upper Sproul Plaza performance Friday was the elevator music version of that.
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Salz wants to work with environmental justice organizations — a passion she discovered while exploring this project — and eventually pursue graduate school.
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Salz wants to work with environmental justice organizations — a passion she discovered while exploring this project — and eventually pursue graduate school.
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Ultimately, you’re deciding two things — whether to accept your offer despite it being spring admission, and, if you do, whether to participate in FPF.
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Ultimately, you’re deciding two things — whether to accept your offer despite it being spring admission, and, if you do, whether to participate in FPF.
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Whether it’s in the STEM fields or the humanities, UC Berkeley’s size and funding means that there’s almost certainly someone here on campus researching something you’re interested in.
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Whether it’s in the STEM fields or the humanities, UC Berkeley’s size and funding means that there’s almost certainly someone here on campus researching something you’re interested in.
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Visuals have gotten a lot of the credit for what is making films more immersive. Less obvious is the way scores have changed the way we engage with films.
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Visuals have gotten a lot of the credit for what is making films more immersive. Less obvious is the way scores have changed the way we engage with films.
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"Joy In The Wild Unknown" is an apt name for the debut LP by Ripe, a band that posits exuberant dance energy as the foundational basis for its music.
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"Joy In The Wild Unknown" is an apt name for the debut LP by Ripe, a band that posits exuberant dance energy as the foundational basis for its music.
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