Back and Forth: Counter Culture Labs

Editor’s Note: This interview has been edited for space and clarity. The term “DIY” often brings to mind patches sewn on denim jackets and zines collecting on shelves in Pegasus. At first look, a lab equipped with a 3D printer and growing bioluminescent algae seems like a far cry from
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Dreams deferred

“You’re still in school?” ”Aren’t you supposed to have graduated by now?” “How much more time do you have?” These are some of the questions common to a modest and relatively small demographic of the undergraduate population. Being someone who entered UC Berkeley as a 22-year-old junior, these are questions
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Portfolio: Poems about race

Diaspora By Leon Barros Salterns harvest the ocean Don’t you know all Filipinos pray facing Manila is barren Nothing grows there anymore It is tradition to salt cities asphyxiate soil make sure you can never come back I smell brimstone from 3,000 miles away The sun rises in the west
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