Our environmentality

What on Earth

In this way, the environmental movement (aptly) is a grassroots one, fueled by broad public support. Science has spoken; now it’s our turn.
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What’s in a name?

Sex on Tuesday

To me, performing the stereotypical behaviors says “Hi, I’m bisexual,” and once someone sees that, I care more about demonstrating my other traits, which matter to me far more than my sexuality does.
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Illustration of California census

The census consensus

Whether explicitly visible or not, data from the census directly impacts our lives as students in the same way as for residents across the United States.
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The kids are alright?

git reset

We need not wait for the day that our posterity, all at once, capsizes into a “Black Mirror” episode. We’re already living in one, and it’s on autoplay.
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Change runs on Berkeley Time

Bear in Mind

The looming giant of bureaucracy stands in the way of achieving the smallest of goals, whether it be a link on CalCentral or a few sentences on a syllabus.
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Green is the new black

What on Earth

The market in the U.S. demands that everything from their coffee to their clothes be cheap and easy, and environmentalism is not easy.
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