Summer perspectives: a photo essay

Elsa Pearson/Staff

Elsa Pearson/Staff

Elsa Pearson/Staff

Elsa Pearson/Staff

Elsa Pearson/Staff

Elsa Pearson/Staff

Elsa Pearson/Staff

Elsa Pearson/Staff

Elsa Pearson/Staff

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Summer in Berkeley is a quieter, more relaxing experience than the springtime. Rooftop dinners are frequent at Kingman Hall, kiddie pools are impulsively bought and people generally try to be outdoors as much as summer classes or work obligations allow. Half-empty cafes and libraries feel less studious than normal but also are pleasantly not as stressful. The weather is the best it is all year — until the fog rolls in at night. Even if you have to work full-time or are taking three classes, summer is actually the greatest.

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