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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Emma Solomon

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As I packed and headed back down the peninsula, both my car and heart felt a little more full. Staff shirts and various club lanyards shoved between moving boxes had become my own personal metrics for belonging.
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As I packed and headed back down the peninsula, both my car and heart felt a little more full. Staff shirts and various club lanyards shoved between moving boxes had become my own personal metrics for belonging.
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Simple nagging questions seemed to place the blame of this unwanted illness on me. Maybe if I ran a little faster, ate a little better or scrubbed a little harder, this could all be over.
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Simple nagging questions seemed to place the blame of this unwanted illness on me. Maybe if I ran a little faster, ate a little better or scrubbed a little harder, this could all be over.
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Unlearning years of emotional repression was in no way easy, but it was healthier than the alternative path I had been wandering down the entire duration of my childhood.
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Unlearning years of emotional repression was in no way easy, but it was healthier than the alternative path I had been wandering down the entire duration of my childhood.
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Contained in that cup were East Coast strip malls, cowboy hats in 100-degree heat and homemade face masks made from linen freckled with various dogs. Inside that cup was chicken soup for the lost soul.
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Contained in that cup were East Coast strip malls, cowboy hats in 100-degree heat and homemade face masks made from linen freckled with various dogs. Inside that cup was chicken soup for the lost soul.
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After allowing my emotions to rest in the hands of another for so long, feeling disconnected from stability propelled me to understand the beauty in the middle.
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After allowing my emotions to rest in the hands of another for so long, feeling disconnected from stability propelled me to understand the beauty in the middle.
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We never fully overcome a loss, but we evolve to accept that loss. My parents have significant others who are not each other, and I am happy for them.
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We never fully overcome a loss, but we evolve to accept that loss. My parents have significant others who are not each other, and I am happy for them.
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The ever-winding road of life only allows a couple passengers to stick with you along the way.
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The ever-winding road of life only allows a couple passengers to stick with you along the way.
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In light of the overturning of Roe v. Wade, are we really surprised that the government has viewed femininity as a political weapon rather than a state of life?
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In light of the overturning of Roe v. Wade, are we really surprised that the government has viewed femininity as a political weapon rather than a state of life?
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College can be awfully suffocating. For these four integral years, we are pigeonholed into majors that supposedly define our entire personality.
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College can be awfully suffocating. For these four integral years, we are pigeonholed into majors that supposedly define our entire personality.
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I was both baptized and named before living 30 days on Earth, which meant my cross-religious identity was solidified before I could support the weight of my own head.
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I was both baptized and named before living 30 days on Earth, which meant my cross-religious identity was solidified before I could support the weight of my own head.
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