BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

Fall Orientation 2015

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Falling back into Berkeley: editors' note

Whether it’s your first, last or somewhere-in-between semester, the fall marks a notable change in the seasons when we must all say goodbye to bathing suits and flip-flops and wave hello to Scantrons and reading lists.

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There are families cluttered on Telegraph Avenue, the bookstore line is out the door, and freshmen are scrambling to find their classes. Even though classes are starting, don’t let the imminent stress of midterms, papers and all-nighters get the best of you. While exploring the city of Berkeley, make sure to catch these movie premieres to help blow off some steam or satisfy your inner movie lover!
There are families cluttered on Telegraph Avenue, the bookstore line is out the door, and freshmen are scrambling to find their classes. Even though classes are starting, don’t let the imminent stress of midterms, papers and all-nighters get the best of you. While exploring the city of Berkeley, make sure to catch these movie premieres to help blow off some steam or satisfy your inner movie lover!
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On the strength of a single poetic stanza, George Berkeley, the namesake of our town and university, forged his way into conversations at the forefront of race, politics, education and technology four centuries after his death.
On the strength of a single poetic stanza, George Berkeley, the namesake of our town and university, forged his way into conversations at the forefront of race, politics, education and technology four centuries after his death.
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The campus recently appointed UC Berkeley professor Na’ilah Nasir as the new vice chancellor for equity and inclusion after Gibor Basri — the first to hold the position — opted to step down. Nasir, who is set to begin her term Nov. 1, sat down with The Daily Californian to talk about how she plans to work with students, why leading the division of equity and inclusion is so challenging, and how her academic research will inform her new administrative position.
The campus recently appointed UC Berkeley professor Na’ilah Nasir as the new vice chancellor for equity and inclusion after Gibor Basri — the first to hold the position — opted to step down. Nasir, who is set to begin her term Nov. 1, sat down with The Daily Californian to talk about how she plans to work with students, why leading the division of equity and inclusion is so challenging, and how her academic research will inform her new administrative position.
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Whether it’s your first, last or somewhere-in-between semester, the fall marks a notable change in the seasons when we must all say goodbye to bathing suits and flip-flops and wave hello to Scantrons and reading lists.
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Whether it’s your first, last or somewhere-in-between semester, the fall marks a notable change in the seasons when we must all say goodbye to bathing suits and flip-flops and wave hello to Scantrons and reading lists.
featured article
There are families cluttered on Telegraph Avenue, the bookstore line is out the door, and freshmen are scrambling to find their classes. Even though classes are starting, don’t let the imminent stress of midterms, papers and all-nighters get the best of you. While exploring the city of Berkeley, make sure to catch these movie premieres to help blow off some steam or satisfy your inner movie lover!
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There are families cluttered on Telegraph Avenue, the bookstore line is out the door, and freshmen are scrambling to find their classes. Even though classes are starting, don’t let the imminent stress of midterms, papers and all-nighters get the best of you. While exploring the city of Berkeley, make sure to catch these movie premieres to help blow off some steam or satisfy your inner movie lover!
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On the strength of a single poetic stanza, George Berkeley, the namesake of our town and university, forged his way into conversations at the forefront of race, politics, education and technology four centuries after his death.
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On the strength of a single poetic stanza, George Berkeley, the namesake of our town and university, forged his way into conversations at the forefront of race, politics, education and technology four centuries after his death.
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The campus recently appointed UC Berkeley professor Na’ilah Nasir as the new vice chancellor for equity and inclusion after Gibor Basri — the first to hold the position — opted to step down. Nasir, who is set to begin her term Nov. 1, sat down with The Daily Californian to talk about how she plans to work with students, why leading the division of equity and inclusion is so challenging, and how her academic research will inform her new administrative position.
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The campus recently appointed UC Berkeley professor Na’ilah Nasir as the new vice chancellor for equity and inclusion after Gibor Basri — the first to hold the position — opted to step down. Nasir, who is set to begin her term Nov. 1, sat down with The Daily Californian to talk about how she plans to work with students, why leading the division of equity and inclusion is so challenging, and how her academic research will inform her new administrative position.
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The Daily Californian commissioned me to come up with a few study pointers to help you acclimate. I’m here to assure you that you can reach your full potential, even as you transition into the exciting new world of psychology readers and Top Ramen.
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The Daily Californian commissioned me to come up with a few study pointers to help you acclimate. I’m here to assure you that you can reach your full potential, even as you transition into the exciting new world of psychology readers and Top Ramen.
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After more than two years without a hub for student life, the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union and Eshleman Hall are finally opening their doors to students. If the idea of a campus pub hasn’t already captured your attention, Lower Sproul has more to offer by way of restaurants, student offices, the Cal Student Store and much more.
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After more than two years without a hub for student life, the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union and Eshleman Hall are finally opening their doors to students. If the idea of a campus pub hasn’t already captured your attention, Lower Sproul has more to offer by way of restaurants, student offices, the Cal Student Store and much more.
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Two weeks ago, we opened up submissions for our Back to Berkeley Instagram contest, which commemorated the start of another academic year. All we required was that you share with us images of your favorite places in Berkeley, along with the date and location. You, the readers, responded, and we’re excited to finally share the winning Instas.
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Two weeks ago, we opened up submissions for our Back to Berkeley Instagram contest, which commemorated the start of another academic year. All we required was that you share with us images of your favorite places in Berkeley, along with the date and location. You, the readers, responded, and we’re excited to finally share the winning Instas.
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People never deserve to be assumed to be anything other than what they choose to reveal. But a reason to hold your theories, aside from not being an asshole, is that there’s a good chance the person your gaydar beeps for is neither gay nor straight. Yes, those individuals do exist.
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People never deserve to be assumed to be anything other than what they choose to reveal. But a reason to hold your theories, aside from not being an asshole, is that there’s a good chance the person your gaydar beeps for is neither gay nor straight. Yes, those individuals do exist.
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The Daily Californian is hosting a Back to Berkeley Instagram contest to commemorate the start of another academic year. We will publish the winning photos in our Fall Orientation special issue, set to publish Aug. 28.
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The Daily Californian is hosting a Back to Berkeley Instagram contest to commemorate the start of another academic year. We will publish the winning photos in our Fall Orientation special issue, set to publish Aug. 28.
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