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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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In moments of darkness, I invite you to utilize the same grit, tenacity and determination that has coursed through your family’s veins for generations.
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In moments of darkness, I invite you to utilize the same grit, tenacity and determination that has coursed through your family’s veins for generations.
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This identity crisis that the majority of Filipino youth are accustomed to, coupled with the culture’s ingrained normalcy of complexion-shaming is a convoluted conundrum for future generations: How can we teach young men and women to love and accept themselves when we are caught up in our own ignorance?
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This identity crisis that the majority of Filipino youth are accustomed to, coupled with the culture’s ingrained normalcy of complexion-shaming is a convoluted conundrum for future generations: How can we teach young men and women to love and accept themselves when we are caught up in our own ignorance?
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Words cut. Deeply. / Like a dagger, ready to impale / Soft and delicate flesh.
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Words cut. Deeply. / Like a dagger, ready to impale / Soft and delicate flesh.
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UC Berkeley astronomers have detected 15 fast, high-energy radio bursts from a mysterious source across the universe.
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UC Berkeley astronomers have detected 15 fast, high-energy radio bursts from a mysterious source across the universe.
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In such a competitive institution where everything is earned and not given, UC Berkeley forced me to undergo a state of metamorphosis; it chiseled me into an irrepressible young woman who is ready to tackle failure, but even more ready to accept it.
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In such a competitive institution where everything is earned and not given, UC Berkeley forced me to undergo a state of metamorphosis; it chiseled me into an irrepressible young woman who is ready to tackle failure, but even more ready to accept it.
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The Anna Head Alumnae Hall at UC Berkeley was packed with more than 200 attendees Wednesday evening as Feng Zhang, professor of biomedical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and co-discoverer of the CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing technology, spoke on campus about the revolutionary capacities of the biological mechanism.
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The Anna Head Alumnae Hall at UC Berkeley was packed with more than 200 attendees Wednesday evening as Feng Zhang, professor of biomedical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and co-discoverer of the CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing technology, spoke on campus about the revolutionary capacities of the biological mechanism.
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UC Berkeley and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign scientists collaborated on a study published earlier this month examining the potential of genetic manipulation in plants to combat world hunger.
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UC Berkeley and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign scientists collaborated on a study published earlier this month examining the potential of genetic manipulation in plants to combat world hunger.
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After two years studying the topic, UC Berkeley researchers and others have published a review on how thoughts flow when the mind is idle — calling into question the stigma surrounding mind-wandering.
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After two years studying the topic, UC Berkeley researchers and others have published a review on how thoughts flow when the mind is idle — calling into question the stigma surrounding mind-wandering.
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Recent campus findings reveal that a pathogen that kills oak trees by the millions has recently spread further down the coast of California than ever before.
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Recent campus findings reveal that a pathogen that kills oak trees by the millions has recently spread further down the coast of California than ever before.
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After more than two decades of print, Street Spirit — a newspaper that serves as a platform for the Bay Area homeless population — will see its funding cut effective January 2017.
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After more than two decades of print, Street Spirit — a newspaper that serves as a platform for the Bay Area homeless population — will see its funding cut effective January 2017.
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