A glimpse into modern-day Orthodox Christianity

Not so funny, guise

As far back as I can remember, I spent every Sunday morning taking a spot in a church pew, attempting to sing along to English as sweet-smelling incense wafted in front of me. Over the years, I became accustomed to the aroma, and eventually, I was able to sing along
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Impracticality of stressing over post-grad life

Not so funny, guise

While in high school and even more so during my first year of college, the “What are you planning on majoring in?” question always made me worry unnecessarily about the inevitable decision I’ll have to make — a decision that I was able to make with ease after I had
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Words gone wrong

Not so funny, guise

It starts off innocently enough. My friends and I will tease one another until one friend starts laughing hysterically, like a psycho, which we jokingly call her. Little do we know that one of her family members is dealing with mental health issues. A more common scene is when a
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The danger in being too comfortable

Not so funny, guise

It is one of the first things that makes students uncomfortable when moving to Berkeley — the widespread poverty. Encountering this social welfare problem tends to be strange because for the majority of students, this level of poverty is only seen on occasion and probably not seen in our hometowns.
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WILD Party at the David Brower Center in Berkeley

On Friday, September 28, the David Brower Center in Downtown Berkeley hosted their fourth annual WILD party. Guests enjoyed the performance of a marching band, DJ, interpretive dance, and aerial performances while dressed for a walk on the “wild” side.

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Cafes in Berkeley

Watch a video with reviews of coffee shops in Berkeley by Fiona Hannigan. The coffee shops featured are Peet’s, Philz Coffee, Milano, Strada, Free Speech Movement, and Espresso Roma.