When your lectures are webcast as television shows

It’s about that time in the semester when midterms are in full steam. And besides copious amounts of stress and anxiety building up, the lack of time to eat and sleep have also resulted in extreme hunger and tiredness. Every fiber of your being is telling you to hit the
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Midterm rejections to say nay to the bae

Midterm studying already gives us no time to spare, yet the person you’re not interested in still seems persistent. So, go ahead, give that person your best line. “Philosophy midterms go deeper than you can.” “I’m happier about checking the solutions to the Statistics 20 practice midterm than I am about seeing
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Dissolving false stigmas around PMS

Safe, Sane and Consensual

I’m sitting on the toilet — just using the bathroom, for crying out loud — when, all of a sudden, I’m actually crying out loud. It’s that time of the month again. Last month’s column explored how real and severe of an impact PMS can have on people’s lives. Many
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Listen to the Dalai Lama: Everything is Interconnected

The 14th Dalai Lama spent much of his adult life trying to comprehend modern science, according to his book, “The Universe in a Single Atom.” Although science and mathematics were absent from the Tibetan monk’s schooling, the young Dalai Lama would quizzically take apart watches and put them back together,
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Video interview with Biology professor Mike Meighan

Watch a video of Professor Mike Meighan, Academic Coordinator of Bio 1A, talking about the use of overfill classrooms in biology classes and the negative and positive aspects of using technology in the classroom. Click here to read an article about how professors from various different departments at UC Berkeley
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