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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!

Katherine Shok

Senior Staff

Katherine Shok is the editor-in-chief and president of The Daily Californian. Since joining in fall 2019, Shok has served as an opinion columnist, deputy and head opinion editor, senior staff reporter for news and arts, DEI hiring manager and a deputy special issues editor.

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I know my traps, my temptations, my tendencies, and so listing and planning and ordering myself are necessary to avoid them.
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I know my traps, my temptations, my tendencies, and so listing and planning and ordering myself are necessary to avoid them.
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Zedd flaunted his wide-ranging DJing skill, sliding in remixes of beloved pop music tracks to keep each of his four separate sets unique.
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Zedd flaunted his wide-ranging DJing skill, sliding in remixes of beloved pop music tracks to keep each of his four separate sets unique.
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To this day, I know the words of that a capella battle in a drained pool by heart, in addition to the spellbindingly fun “Cups” song.
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To this day, I know the words of that a capella battle in a drained pool by heart, in addition to the spellbindingly fun “Cups” song.
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Carolyn Bertozzi and John Clauser — two former Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab, scientists— were awarded 2022 Nobel Prizes in Chemistry and Physics respectively this week.
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Carolyn Bertozzi and John Clauser — two former Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab, scientists— were awarded 2022 Nobel Prizes in Chemistry and Physics respectively this week.
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On Sept. 16, Swedish House Mafia shook the roof of San Francisco’s Chase Center as part of the revival tour for its new album, Paradise Again.
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On Sept. 16, Swedish House Mafia shook the roof of San Francisco’s Chase Center as part of the revival tour for its new album, Paradise Again.
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On Sunday morning at Outside Lands, Maroney took the time to sit down with The Daily Californian and deliver an important message: “Go Bears, rawr.”
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On Sunday morning at Outside Lands, Maroney took the time to sit down with The Daily Californian and deliver an important message: “Go Bears, rawr.”
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Over the past few months, The Daily Californian’s website has been bombarded with phishing articles redirecting to scam movie sites.
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Over the past few months, The Daily Californian’s website has been bombarded with phishing articles redirecting to scam movie sites.
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The five-year gap between “Despicable Me 3” and the latest film in the franchise — “Minions: The Rise of Gru,” released July 1— meant that audiences young and old were shaking in anticipation of the cinematic evil to come.
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The five-year gap between “Despicable Me 3” and the latest film in the franchise — “Minions: The Rise of Gru,” released July 1— meant that audiences young and old were shaking in anticipation of the cinematic evil to come.
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Booster covers being the only Asian person at a P.F. Chang’s in Boise, the age-old dogs versus cats debate, Fleshlights and more — all in just one hour.
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Booster covers being the only Asian person at a P.F. Chang’s in Boise, the age-old dogs versus cats debate, Fleshlights and more — all in just one hour.
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Learning to accept Vegas for what it is — Sin City, lost wages, the gambling and marriage and divorce capital of the world — must happen to enjoy its sinful fun.
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Learning to accept Vegas for what it is — Sin City, lost wages, the gambling and marriage and divorce capital of the world — must happen to enjoy its sinful fun.
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