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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

Year! Review! Read our 2022 Year in Retrospect Issue!

Defne Karabatur

Creative Director

Defne Karabatur is the creative director. Previously, she was the spring 2022 social media editor. She joined The Daily Californian as a social media designer in fall 2020. Defne was a deputy social media editor in fall 2021 and a layout designer in summer 2022.

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We are still in a pandemic and it will continue to have its ups and downs, but certain things that we once took for granted — like movies and cinematic productions, have begun to reflame to their normal frequencies.
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We are still in a pandemic and it will continue to have its ups and downs, but certain things that we once took for granted — like movies and cinematic productions, have begun to reflame to their normal frequencies.
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With Wordle, I have had the opportunity not only to advance my vocabulary but ponder daily about how a word relates to my own experiences and reality.
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With Wordle, I have had the opportunity not only to advance my vocabulary but ponder daily about how a word relates to my own experiences and reality.
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These carefree and instantaneous moments remind us that life is more than the troubles we’re currently enduring and the better times — just like the final shots we waited so long for — will come in due time. 
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These carefree and instantaneous moments remind us that life is more than the troubles we’re currently enduring and the better times — just like the final shots we waited so long for — will come in due time. 
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Amid a global pandemic, Joe Biden was elected last year as the United States’s 46th president. Biden, accompanied by his Vice President Kamala Harris, made climate change one of his top priorities.
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Amid a global pandemic, Joe Biden was elected last year as the United States’s 46th president. Biden, accompanied by his Vice President Kamala Harris, made climate change one of his top priorities.
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Neither of us was talking, but I could sense that our presence was enough to remind each other that it’s okay to have a bad morning.
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Neither of us was talking, but I could sense that our presence was enough to remind each other that it’s okay to have a bad morning.
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The Biden administration must make its commitment to democracy clear and exemplify the characteristics a healthy democracy relies on in its own actions.
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The Biden administration must make its commitment to democracy clear and exemplify the characteristics a healthy democracy relies on in its own actions.
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Instead of relying on external factors to help you accomplish resolutions, find a small change in action that you think will make your life better.
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Instead of relying on external factors to help you accomplish resolutions, find a small change in action that you think will make your life better.
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The percentage of UC Berkeley undergraduates dealing with mental health issues reported in the campuswide study is higher than that of a comparative study.
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The percentage of UC Berkeley undergraduates dealing with mental health issues reported in the campuswide study is higher than that of a comparative study.
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For those of you in Berkeley, check out our recommendations for places to safely visit (while wearing masks) to recharge, de-stress and explore!
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For those of you in Berkeley, check out our recommendations for places to safely visit (while wearing masks) to recharge, de-stress and explore!
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