How to deal with UC Berkeley-induced impostor syndrome

On September 26, 2011 students assemble at Wheeler Hall at 7:00 PM in protest of the controversal Berkeley College Republicans "Increase Diversity Bake Sale". Shortly after assembling at Wheeler students begin moving towards the MLK building, passing through Sather Gate, and onwards to the Multicultural and Community Center.
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On September 26, 2011 students assemble at Wheeler Hall at 7:00 PM in protest of the controversal Berkeley College Republicans "Increase Diversity Bake Sale". Shortly after assembling at Wheeler students begin moving towards the MLK building, passing through Sather Gate, and onwards to the Multicultural and Community Center.

UC Berkeley is a tough school and we might not always feel as though we’re cut out for it. So here are some tips to help avoid impostor syndrome.
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Whatever I Want

When I was seven I wanted to be a candy-maker. What better way to spend your days than making fudge, pulling taffy and eating every candy in sight? As soon as I learned that candy-makers cannot eat all their candy, my ambitions changed.
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Drop it like it’s hot

Love Letter to Nobody in Particular

Dear Once Bitten, Twice Shy, Albert Einstein described insanity as doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. And while Albert is far less intelligent than I am, I’ll have to agree with him on this one. In the realm of romance, in which Al presumably
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How to sneak through a protest

We’re all familiar with protests here at UC Berkeley, and many many of us have even been involved in them. Protests may cause congestion on campus, though, which doesn’t bode well for straggling students struggling to get to class on time. Luckily, there are some effective techniques for sneaking around protests
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What to pack for Thanksgiving break

It’s always hard to know what exactly to pack for your short trip back home (or wherever you’re headed) for Thanksgiving break. Do you pack clothes for the weekend, or do you rely on the remnants of whatever you have in your closet back home? Do you bring back books,
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