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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!

Christopher Ying

Senior Staff

Chris Ying was the Summer 2022 managing editor. He joined The Daily Californian in spring 2021. His previous roles include general assignment news reporter (spring 2021), lead crime & courts beat reporter (summer, fall 2021) and the city news editor (spring 2022). He also enjoys playing the piano.

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To begin, we must travel back in time to ancient grease, where people told stories about trees. Stories were called myths. Myths of the Greek nymphs, who were people who lived in trees but were also the trees themselves. Perchance.
To begin, we must travel back in time to ancient grease, where people told stories about trees. Stories were called myths. Myths of the Greek nymphs, who were people who lived in trees but were also the trees themselves. Perchance.
UC Berkeley School of Law, alongside several other law schools, announced Nov. 17 that it would no longer be participating in the U.S. News & World Report, or USNWR, law school rankings due to a flawed ranking methodology.
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UC Berkeley School of Law, alongside several other law schools, announced Nov. 17 that it would no longer be participating in the U.S. News & World Report, or USNWR, law school rankings due to a flawed ranking methodology.
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“Yeah, it was a turkey alright. Everyone saw it, I mean it’s not like Sather Gate was empty at 9 a.m., there were plenty of people going to class,” Grinch said. “We students stand with the turkey. I’m actually a part of the ‘Students Against Early Christmas’ group on campus. We’re just a bunch of people tired of Michael Bublé.”
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“Yeah, it was a turkey alright. Everyone saw it, I mean it’s not like Sather Gate was empty at 9 a.m., there were plenty of people going to class,” Grinch said. “We students stand with the turkey. I’m actually a part of the ‘Students Against Early Christmas’ group on campus. We’re just a bunch of people tired of Michael Bublé.”
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This midterm season, campus junior Epikph Ail decided to do something different with their studying habits. Instead of spending all their time watching TikTok videos or mindlessly scrolling through Instagram like everyone else, Ail decided to actually crack open the math textbook they had bought for $300. 
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This midterm season, campus junior Epikph Ail decided to do something different with their studying habits. Instead of spending all their time watching TikTok videos or mindlessly scrolling through Instagram like everyone else, Ail decided to actually crack open the math textbook they had bought for $300. 
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For one 80 year-old sophomore on campus, the career fair brings nothing but rejection. Oski, who will turn 81 at the end of the month, has never really had any luck with finding a job.
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For one 80 year-old sophomore on campus, the career fair brings nothing but rejection. Oski, who will turn 81 at the end of the month, has never really had any luck with finding a job.
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Former Berkeley High School teacher Frank Schooley died at age 83 on Aug. 10 after a long battle with Alzheimer’s Disease.
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Former Berkeley High School teacher Frank Schooley died at age 83 on Aug. 10 after a long battle with Alzheimer’s Disease.
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While fighting through a crowd of people to get to their first lecture, UC Berkeley freshman F. Akeguy accidentally stepped foot on a campus seal — the first time anyone has done so since 1987.
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While fighting through a crowd of people to get to their first lecture, UC Berkeley freshman F. Akeguy accidentally stepped foot on a campus seal — the first time anyone has done so since 1987.
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Campus spokesperson Dan Mogulof discussed the recent People’s Park developments with People's Park Historic District Advocacy Group President Harvey Smith and Berkeleyside housing and homelessness reporter Supriya Yelimeli in a KQED forum Wednesday morning.
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Campus spokesperson Dan Mogulof discussed the recent People’s Park developments with People's Park Historic District Advocacy Group President Harvey Smith and Berkeleyside housing and homelessness reporter Supriya Yelimeli in a KQED forum Wednesday morning.
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Located under the Enclave housing complex on Telegraph Avenue, GamedayVR, a virtual reality game store, aims to open its doors at the start of the fall semester. 
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Located under the Enclave housing complex on Telegraph Avenue, GamedayVR, a virtual reality game store, aims to open its doors at the start of the fall semester. 
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In order to improve access to digital resources, campus recently launched a new committee made of students, staff and faculty which will focus on increasing digital accessibility for its 65,000-person community.
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In order to improve access to digital resources, campus recently launched a new committee made of students, staff and faculty which will focus on increasing digital accessibility for its 65,000-person community.
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