Commentary: #MeToo Lives On
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Commentary: #MeToo Lives On

How the movement that rattled Hollywood made waves, what it missed and how the fight for justice and healing continues The Me Too movement is quite possibly the…

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The past, present and tomorrow of Times New Roman
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The past, present and tomorrow of Times New Roman

A glimpse into the legacy of academia’s poster font All night is spent pounding away at the keyboard. The deadline nears and the six-page requirement is just on…

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Four professors give their TV show recommendations
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Four professors give their TV show recommendations

Recommendations to procrastinate studying for midterms With so many new television series coming out, four professors shared their TV recommendations with The California Aggie.  Environmental Science and Policy…

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Review: “Little Fires Everywhere,” once again, the book is better than the adaption
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Review: “Little Fires Everywhere,” once again, the book is better than the adaption

A novel that thrives on subtleties becomes a gripping TV drama — and loses most of its charm  American writer Celeste Ng’s second novel “Little Fires Everywhere” was…

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Stop loathing masks, start making them — and leave the N95 masks for healthcare workers
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Stop loathing masks, start making them — and leave the N95 masks for healthcare workers

Masks: a sustainable way to protect yourself, others from COVID-19 The lack of indispensable items has concerned an already panicking public amid the COVID-19 pandemic. A wave of…

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Culture Corner with Livvy Mullen
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Culture Corner with Livvy Mullen

The Arts Desks’ weekly picks for movies, books, music and television shows. Movie: “Skate Kitchen” dir. Crystal Moselle I’m a simple girl. If a movie is about a…

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As life becomes virtual, musicians turn to online streaming to perform
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As life becomes virtual, musicians turn to online streaming to perform

From empty arenas to couch concerts, we hear them play Italian opera legend Andrea Bocelli performed at the heart of Milan on Easter this year — but it…

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Enter the Zumbaverse
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Enter the Zumbaverse

Ditch the dumbbells, get a full workout in comfort of your room With the suffocating stress of school and daily life, it’s hard to find time in the…

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Commentary: The hyper-competitive nature of TikTok characterizes a generation
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Commentary: The hyper-competitive nature of TikTok characterizes a generation

I’m a savage! Classy, bougie, ratchet! Sassy, moody, nasty! Five hundred million people use the short-video sharing app TikTok. The app utilized an algorithm that closely tracks your…

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The new outfit: living quarters as self expression
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The new outfit: living quarters as self expression

How where you live can be where you thrive  On a normal day, I would awaken and immediately begin thinking about what I wanted to wear for the…

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Everything we missed on “Glee”
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Everything we missed on “Glee”

Looking back, Emmy-winning “Glee” was more problematic than progressive When the comedy-drama musical television series “Glee” first aired in 2009, it was praised for its humor, cast and…

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Review: “Future Nostalgia,” Dua Lipa’s sophomore album, sees new maturity to disco pop anthems
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Review: “Future Nostalgia,” Dua Lipa’s sophomore album, sees new maturity to disco pop anthems

Confidence that’s changing the pop game  The disco alpha female Dua Lipa early-released her second studio album, “Future Nostalgia” on March 27. From the moment of its release,…

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Culture Corner with Josh Madrid
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Culture Corner with Josh Madrid

The Arts Desks’ weekly picks for movies, books, music and television shows. Book: “The Second Machine Age” by Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee I read this book almost…

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“Crip Camp” shows the power of community in activism
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“Crip Camp” shows the power of community in activism

The Obamas’ latest documentary sheds light on an underrecognized civil right’s issue  On March 25, Michelle and Barack Obama’s production company Higher Ground Productions released its latest documentary…

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Bet you didn’t know their parents were famous! Unpacking Hollywood nepotism
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Bet you didn’t know their parents were famous! Unpacking Hollywood nepotism

The influence of influential parents Nepotism is nothing new in Hollywood. In fact, it’s rather common knowledge that it’s nearly impossible to break into the industry without connections.…

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