Nicole Kim Mug

Past, present and absence

Berkeley Got Back

As an intended sociology (and political science) major, I am accustomed to hearing deprecating remarks about my field from peers studying in other, more “legitimate” departments. In fact, I join in on the fun. Teasing myself is one way to cope with crippling anxiety over my future career. Of course,
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Campus must be defended against hostile private interests

Although the threatened right-wing invasion devolved into the “most expensive photo-op in the university’s history,” this is unlikely to be the last attempt to disrupt our campus. There are lessons to be learned. Freedom of speech is one foundational principle of the public university. Academic freedom is another. Since 1964,
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UCPD

UCPD reports mountain lion sighted near Clark Kerr Track

The alert wrote that in the past couple years, several sightings of mountain lions have occurred in the hills above the Berkeley campus. Carcasses of animals suspected to have been attacked by mountain lions have also been discovered in the past couple years, according to UCPD.
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An illustration of columnist Annalise Kamegawa.

Annalise: An art lover

At This Point

I begrudgingly drank a cup of coffee as I wondered what else to say. I didn’t want to hear about how he couldn’t find the glaring problems in this love story.
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Hours on the hill

Off the beat

I zip my pants back up and reorient myself. My chin lifts and my chest puffs out. I shout! “For California, for California, the hills send back the cry!”
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