The Berkeley Beacon

Thursday, October 30, 2014

I feel awkward

Brent Baughman, Beacon columnist

Struggle for civil rights continues to take time

Jussie Martin

The Bradley Effect: The truth could be painful

Dan Horgan

Bill Maher#039;s Religulous: ego-bruising, insightful

Chris Girard, Beacon columnist

China hopes to see Great Wall from the moon

Meena Ganesan

Taking on the trend of intolerant graffiti

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Question 2 takes a hit

Dan Horgan

Banksy, others prove art isn#039;t untouchable

Terri Ciccone

quot;The lookquot; triumphs over rhetoric

Gabrielle Tassone

Harry Potter: A guide through the ages

Elizabeth Pashley

Emerson#039;s scrapbook: quot;now and thenquot; perspectives

Jussie Martin, Rebecca Anne Flanagan

Comedic journalists justly call for a new media quot;updatequot;

James O'Leary

Pondering Bush#039;s last words#039; worth

Paddy Shea

Emersonians evade elevator etiquette

Elizabeth Pashley

Facing the new Facebook

Meena Ganesan