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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Anne Ferguson

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I had great plans for this column. I planned to call it “The After (College) Life,” quite cleverly riffing on the idea of future and, well, death. But the more I tried to contemplate my future, to look ahead and see myself employed and owning a television (with cable), the more I found myself glancing back over my shoulder to try to catch a glimpse of the bleak exterior of Evans Hall and the tall, wonderfully phallic Campanile.
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I had great plans for this column. I planned to call it “The After (College) Life,” quite cleverly riffing on the idea of future and, well, death. But the more I tried to contemplate my future, to look ahead and see myself employed and owning a television (with cable), the more I found myself glancing back over my shoulder to try to catch a glimpse of the bleak exterior of Evans Hall and the tall, wonderfully phallic Campanile.
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In the United States, it is a profound insult to compare a human to a dog — a mutt, a bitch, a hound dog or an old dog. “Don’t go barking up the wrong tree.” “Look at you, you’re just chasing your tail!”
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In the United States, it is a profound insult to compare a human to a dog — a mutt, a bitch, a hound dog or an old dog. “Don’t go barking up the wrong tree.” “Look at you, you’re just chasing your tail!”
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Somewhere in its translation to the silver screen, E.L. James’ “Twilight”-based erotic tale “Fifty Shades of Grey” became a rom com.
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Somewhere in its translation to the silver screen, E.L. James’ “Twilight”-based erotic tale “Fifty Shades of Grey” became a rom com.
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