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By students, for students: Spotlighting the class gifts on campus

From that one iron-oxide-green drinking fountain we see after stumbling out of the wrong end of Dwinelle Hall to the stairs we climb every day when hurrying to class in VLSB to our most recognizable campus(nile) installations, UC Berkeley’s alumni classes have contributed to many aspects that, be they in obscurity, notoriety or majesty, make their mark upon the campus.
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"Manzanar Relocation Center, Manzanar, California."  Dorothea Lange (1942). Collection of the Oakland Museum of California, gift of Paul S. Taylor.

Dorothea Lange exhibition celebrates activism in art

2017 marks the 50th anniversary of 20th-century documentary photographer Dorothea Lange’s donation of her personal archive to the Oakland Museum of California, making the debut of “Dorothea Lange: Politics of Seeing” not exactly a surprise. Some museums, when the time is ripe to flex their archive’s muscles, are content with
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Thinker or tourist?

When the plan to visit Washington, D.C. this summer first materialized, red, white and blue flashed before my eyes before I could stop myself. What could be more American than the capital itself? I was one of the many clueless souls who thought that being there meant absolutely everything there
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