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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 21, 2023

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As the fall semester comes to a close, a graduating UC Berkeley student and tenet of Berkeley life will no longer update Scanner Berkeley, an emergency service tracking account known as @ScanBerkeley on X, formerly known as Twitter.
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As the fall semester comes to a close, a graduating UC Berkeley student and tenet of Berkeley life will no longer update Scanner Berkeley, an emergency service tracking account known as @ScanBerkeley on X, formerly known as Twitter.
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Jenni Hermoso, we are together with you.
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Jenni Hermoso, we are together with you.
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"Pearl" is worth seeing because Goth doesn’t stop at that wishful dreaming — as though she would’ve been a well-adjusted girl if only her Ma let her out once in a while. No, Pearl’s desire for more than what she has undoes her.
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"Pearl" is worth seeing because Goth doesn’t stop at that wishful dreaming — as though she would’ve been a well-adjusted girl if only her Ma let her out once in a while. No, Pearl’s desire for more than what she has undoes her.
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Whether or not you got the chance to catch these movies in theaters or from your couch, film beats Joy Diamond and Emma Murphree are here with four more March releases available to scope out.
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Whether or not you got the chance to catch these movies in theaters or from your couch, film beats Joy Diamond and Emma Murphree are here with four more March releases available to scope out.
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His film, which follows a group of young adult-film workers, reenvisions the golden age of the slasher flick; the period that transformed the horror genre and washed over the American psyche like a massive, unavoidable wave.
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His film, which follows a group of young adult-film workers, reenvisions the golden age of the slasher flick; the period that transformed the horror genre and washed over the American psyche like a massive, unavoidable wave.
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The symbol represents “the end of a question and the start of an answer” to Sheeran, but his album prompts more inquiries than solutions.
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The symbol represents “the end of a question and the start of an answer” to Sheeran, but his album prompts more inquiries than solutions.
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The two starkly different singles prove that the Jonas Brothers are capable of releasing a set of summery songs that transport listeners to beaches and beyond.
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The two starkly different singles prove that the Jonas Brothers are capable of releasing a set of summery songs that transport listeners to beaches and beyond.
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The hip, genreless bands from our school, cargo jackets and Anti Social Social club sweatshirts played at some weird farm house in Yorba Linda.
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The hip, genreless bands from our school, cargo jackets and Anti Social Social club sweatshirts played at some weird farm house in Yorba Linda.
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Luckily, the “Black Panther” soundtrack makes “All The Stars” look like a chart-friendly bone tossed to the Marvel bigwigs.
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Luckily, the “Black Panther” soundtrack makes “All The Stars” look like a chart-friendly bone tossed to the Marvel bigwigs.
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