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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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I’m disappointed my semester-long run as the arts columnist at The Daily Californian isn’t ending with more intrigue. If there’s an arts opinion that could get me canceled by the UC Berkeley student body, thus ending my time here in scandal — I can’t think of it.
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I’m disappointed my semester-long run as the arts columnist at The Daily Californian isn’t ending with more intrigue. If there’s an arts opinion that could get me canceled by the UC Berkeley student body, thus ending my time here in scandal — I can’t think of it.
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These apps are the dining-hall-egg-flavored vape cartridge of the masses, but this also happens to be what makes them fun.
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These apps are the dining-hall-egg-flavored vape cartridge of the masses, but this also happens to be what makes them fun.
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I spent my Saturday avoiding Jewish responsibilities. It was Passover, but I had no plans for a Seder.
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I spent my Saturday avoiding Jewish responsibilities. It was Passover, but I had no plans for a Seder.
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I barely knew anyone yet in this big wide city, but I consoled myself with the ridiculous notion that I might strike up a conversation with a handsome stranger sitting next to me and make a new friend. But walking into the Palais Royale, surrounded by elderly couples and bourgeois millennials, I felt horribly out of place. 
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I barely knew anyone yet in this big wide city, but I consoled myself with the ridiculous notion that I might strike up a conversation with a handsome stranger sitting next to me and make a new friend. But walking into the Palais Royale, surrounded by elderly couples and bourgeois millennials, I felt horribly out of place. 
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In hope of surpassing a measly 4th place finish, we decided to wager all our points on this last shot at a podium finish.
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In hope of surpassing a measly 4th place finish, we decided to wager all our points on this last shot at a podium finish.
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The first thing to out me as a pianist is my posture.
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The first thing to out me as a pianist is my posture.
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This entire process, from making a LinkedIn to interviewing to email correspondence, is a performative art — especially when you have no idea what you’re really supposed to be doing.
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This entire process, from making a LinkedIn to interviewing to email correspondence, is a performative art — especially when you have no idea what you’re really supposed to be doing.
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I think of Marvel and Disney’s ever-growing cinematic empire almost as a form of cultural stagnation brought on by the commercialization of art.
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I think of Marvel and Disney’s ever-growing cinematic empire almost as a form of cultural stagnation brought on by the commercialization of art.
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For me, course feedback forms are an art of subtle hatred or bombastic praise. I spend a lot of time on these forms.
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For me, course feedback forms are an art of subtle hatred or bombastic praise. I spend a lot of time on these forms.
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I had been relying on the valid excuse of COVID-19 to avoid concerts, but I still crave seeing my favorite musicians perform.
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I had been relying on the valid excuse of COVID-19 to avoid concerts, but I still crave seeing my favorite musicians perform.
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