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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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I began paying rent to Everest Properties in 2017. My roommate had chanced upon an available apartment after weeks of dead ends, and we snatched it up in time for the fall semester — a stroke of luck in Berkeley’s frustrating housing market. While it was a blessing to have a roof over my head, knowing that I entered into a contract with that company causes my stomach to turn.
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I began paying rent to Everest Properties in 2017. My roommate had chanced upon an available apartment after weeks of dead ends, and we snatched it up in time for the fall semester — a stroke of luck in Berkeley’s frustrating housing market. While it was a blessing to have a roof over my head, knowing that I entered into a contract with that company causes my stomach to turn.
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I remember exactly where I was the moment I found out Trump won.
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I remember exactly where I was the moment I found out Trump won.
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In anticipation of the 2018 homecoming game, I decided to examine the second fight song that has captured my heart, exploring some of its victories and shortcomings.
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In anticipation of the 2018 homecoming game, I decided to examine the second fight song that has captured my heart, exploring some of its victories and shortcomings.
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These little symbols might seem small, but they carry with them centuries of history and some pretty big personalities. Which punctuation marks hold a special place in your heart?
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These little symbols might seem small, but they carry with them centuries of history and some pretty big personalities. Which punctuation marks hold a special place in your heart?
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Language acquisition happens as life happens — whether it’s your first, second or seventh language, everyone knows that the only way to truly learn it is to be immersed.
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Language acquisition happens as life happens — whether it’s your first, second or seventh language, everyone knows that the only way to truly learn it is to be immersed.
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Even now as I write this, the word processor suggests that I change “alumna” to “alumni.” If you’re not a copy editor, you might be saying, “Who cares?”
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Even now as I write this, the word processor suggests that I change “alumna” to “alumni.” If you’re not a copy editor, you might be saying, “Who cares?”
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Mentoring an elementary school student once a week has solidified for me the importance of language exposure starting in early childhood — because, let’s be honest, English is weird.
Mentoring an elementary school student once a week has solidified for me the importance of language exposure starting in early childhood — because, let’s be honest, English is weird.
It was my junior year of high school, and, like most 17-year-olds, I had no idea what I wanted to pursue as a career. I had always loved reading and writing, but last time I checked, nobody gets paid to lounge around enjoying novels all day.
It was my junior year of high school, and, like most 17-year-olds, I had no idea what I wanted to pursue as a career. I had always loved reading and writing, but last time I checked, nobody gets paid to lounge around enjoying novels all day.