The Berkeley Beacon

Friday, November 24, 2017

Style Column: The civil union of fashion and politics

Fashion has been changing the political and social culture for centuries.

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New org hopes to educate about South Asian culture

These events are made to help people learn new things about their own culture and the culture of others.

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Students help shape the minds of youth

“We lead students to understand that they can be change-makers, even as 13 or 14-year-olds,” Shah said.

The dating myth surrounding queer women

I was holding onto a fantasy that queer women weren’t people; they were perfect ephemeral beings who could do no wrong.

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Alum’s created persona featured on Funny or Die

“I know the character so well, I’ve actually become the character,” Gonzalez said.

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Students walk doggos all over city as part-time job

Dog walkers then can metaphorically swipe right for these dogs and then possibly be matched.

Beacon's best: Must-see sites for fall frolicking

Beacon fall favorites!

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Bites with Becca: Senegalese food is nutty

It’s a hearty recipe: fish stewed with tomatoes, vegetables, and peanut oil, topped over broken rice. It sounded quite delicious, and not too difficult, so I began to plan.

LGBTQ+ column: Exploring the inner gay club culture

What makes queer clubs one of the best places to be is the freedom it gives all who enter.

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Humans of Emerson documents students’ stories

“He made us feel like we each had stories to tell,” Howell said.

Style notes: In defense of outfit repeating

After seeing The Lizzie McGuire Movie in 2003, I was convinced outfit-repeating was a crime.

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Mood magazine gives artists colorful direction

The design of the publication is simple, the art is varied, and there’s only one rule: create to the hue.

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Dreaming in doodles toward a career in game design

Once her computer booted up, and a gaming or horror podcast sounded through her headphones, Lamb drew until she completed the piece—a total of five hours later.