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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Aidan Bassett

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When we fostered a puppy for half of July, we joked that we were “microdosing on parenting,” pretending to know how it feels to raise a child.
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When we fostered a puppy for half of July, we joked that we were “microdosing on parenting,” pretending to know how it feels to raise a child.
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My old ambitions died at UC Berkeley, yet the very concept of aspiration holds new meaning. I no longer wish to *be*, but to *do*.
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My old ambitions died at UC Berkeley, yet the very concept of aspiration holds new meaning. I no longer wish to *be*, but to *do*.
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In retrospect, I’ve learned nothing in college except that I was wrong about everything.
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In retrospect, I’ve learned nothing in college except that I was wrong about everything.
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There’s almost nothing as private as sex. Yet even fewer things are so ubiquitous.
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There’s almost nothing as private as sex. Yet even fewer things are so ubiquitous.
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I never wanted to look back, to imagine myself returning to the study of economics, head hung, tail between my legs. That would have felt like failure.
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I never wanted to look back, to imagine myself returning to the study of economics, head hung, tail between my legs. That would have felt like failure.
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