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Graduation 2014

Graduation 2014: Editors’ note

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The Berkeley that many of us first encountered as freshmen in August 2010 is in many ways radically different than the one next year’s freshmen will discover in a few months. Much of the student body that was present in fall 2010 has since graduated or left. Memorial Stadium hadn’t
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Last lecture notes

Professors provide parting advice

The Daily Cal asked professors via email about their last recommendations for seniors. This is what they suggested.   Daily Cal: What’s the biggest lie new graduates are told (and seem to believe)? Edward Frenkel, UC Berkeley math professor: “After graduation, the world at large will welcome you, recognize your
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Graduation 2014: Farewell Columns

Sarah-BurnsTen members of the Daily Cal staff bid farewell to UC Berkeley, reflect on their experiences, and ponder what it means to enter the "real world" after graduating from a school that has provided ample opportunities.
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Photo essay: Appreciating the little things

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Carli Baker/Senior Staff
Whether it’s strolling through Sather Gate, sprinting to Kroeber Hall, dancing through Memorial Glade or drunkenly stumbling down to Southside, the rhythm of my footsteps has created a Berkeley heartbeat. Walking onto campus for the first time during my senior year of high school, my heart was fluttering, unsure of
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