Slow down, you’re moving too fast
We’ve got to make the morning last
You’re driving in a pedestrian zone
Look out for kids!
We’re all commuting
Cal’s Geoff Marcy: Hunting for extraterrestrial intelligence [Slate]
Berkeley’s Himalayan Flavors offers taste of Bhutan [Mercury News]
Churn and Burn at Young Musicians’ Program [East Bay Express]
Cal Day welcomes visitors, expands minds [UCB News Center]
Suspect pleads not guilty to south Berkeley homicide [Daily Cal]
Students use spring break for public service [UCB News Center]
It’s time for you to see the faces behind Berkeleyside, if you don’t know us already.
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Love it or hate it, the Dogme Manifesto has been hugely influential since Lars von Trier and Thomas Vinterberg puckishly penned it in 1995. Though a Dogme film hasn’t been produced since 2005, the Manifesto’s lessons and strictures have since become part of the DNA of Danish cinema.