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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Emily Denny

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But as much as I’d like to write that story, I know that my time at UC Berkeley was made possible because of a random comment by my dad.
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But as much as I’d like to write that story, I know that my time at UC Berkeley was made possible because of a random comment by my dad.
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It was the face of Harrison Ford, Indiana Jones and Han Solo, all in one, that I saw across a freezer last summer, while I was working at a local Berkeley ice cream shop — or at least I think it was. 
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It was the face of Harrison Ford, Indiana Jones and Han Solo, all in one, that I saw across a freezer last summer, while I was working at a local Berkeley ice cream shop — or at least I think it was. 
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As we head into another month of sheltering in place, finding creative ways to taste what life outdoors was like before the spread of COVID-19 has become the latest feat — whether this means completing a marathon in your backyard, binge-watching travel vlogs or, in my case, watching virtual hikes.
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As we head into another month of sheltering in place, finding creative ways to taste what life outdoors was like before the spread of COVID-19 has become the latest feat — whether this means completing a marathon in your backyard, binge-watching travel vlogs or, in my case, watching virtual hikes.
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Lucky for me, I’ve had the chance to hear about being a park ranger my entire life from my parents. Regardless of my unescapable envy for their experiences, I have also learned some valuable lessons about the environment along the way.
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Lucky for me, I’ve had the chance to hear about being a park ranger my entire life from my parents. Regardless of my unescapable envy for their experiences, I have also learned some valuable lessons about the environment along the way.
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In quarantine, we're reminded that we can no longer take the Earth's natural wonders for granted. If you've forgotten, come remind yourself of how beautiful the world can be on our virtual tour of Iceland. 
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In quarantine, we're reminded that we can no longer take the Earth's natural wonders for granted. If you've forgotten, come remind yourself of how beautiful the world can be on our virtual tour of Iceland. 
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Traveling is the best way to learn about the world. Here’s how you can still travel the world while protecting the health of everyone in it.
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Traveling is the best way to learn about the world. Here’s how you can still travel the world while protecting the health of everyone in it.
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Although these times are difficult, there is the comfort of knowing that the natural world continues on around us. And maybe, when we all return, we’ll try to treat it a little more nicely.
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Although these times are difficult, there is the comfort of knowing that the natural world continues on around us. And maybe, when we all return, we’ll try to treat it a little more nicely.
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For decades, women at UC Berkeley, acknowledged or unacknowledged, have pioneered their way through majors, studies and titles. Here are some of our favorite women throughout history who’ve fought against social norms to open doors for the rest of us at UC Berkeley.
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For decades, women at UC Berkeley, acknowledged or unacknowledged, have pioneered their way through majors, studies and titles. Here are some of our favorite women throughout history who’ve fought against social norms to open doors for the rest of us at UC Berkeley.
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To say we’re disappointed would be an understatement, and to say we aren’t going to be a little dramatic about it would be naive. But maybe, looking back, an ending like this one seems to fit just right in the complicated puzzle of our college experiences.
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To say we’re disappointed would be an understatement, and to say we aren’t going to be a little dramatic about it would be naive. But maybe, looking back, an ending like this one seems to fit just right in the complicated puzzle of our college experiences.
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In January, Berkeley became the first U.S. city to ban natural gas pipes in new buildings, due to an initiative led by Berkeley City Councilmember Kate Harrison, which added to the city’s long record of progressive environmental ordinances.
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In January, Berkeley became the first U.S. city to ban natural gas pipes in new buildings, due to an initiative led by Berkeley City Councilmember Kate Harrison, which added to the city’s long record of progressive environmental ordinances.
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