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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 28, 2022

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Graduation 2017

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Editors' note: Stepping out of the spotlight

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I’ll probably never shake off the guilt of jumping from Mission to Berkeley. Graduation should be a celebration. But it doesn’t feel right for me to do that. I just want everybody I came up with to be here with me today.
I’ll probably never shake off the guilt of jumping from Mission to Berkeley. Graduation should be a celebration. But it doesn’t feel right for me to do that. I just want everybody I came up with to be here with me today.
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There’s a bench on the north side of campus, covered in graffiti and constantly surrounded by empty liquor bottles, cigarette butts and the occasional pair of underwear. It’s hidden, tucked away in a patch of trees on a detour path you’ve probably only ever taken if you don’t fear murder — or if you work for The Daily Californian, in which case you fear nothing, because you feel nothing.
There’s a bench on the north side of campus, covered in graffiti and constantly surrounded by empty liquor bottles, cigarette butts and the occasional pair of underwear. It’s hidden, tucked away in a patch of trees on a detour path you’ve probably only ever taken if you don’t fear murder — or if you work for The Daily Californian, in which case you fear nothing, because you feel nothing.
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I’ll probably never shake off the guilt of jumping from Mission to Berkeley. Graduation should be a celebration. But it doesn’t feel right for me to do that. I just want everybody I came up with to be here with me today.
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I’ll probably never shake off the guilt of jumping from Mission to Berkeley. Graduation should be a celebration. But it doesn’t feel right for me to do that. I just want everybody I came up with to be here with me today.
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There’s a bench on the north side of campus, covered in graffiti and constantly surrounded by empty liquor bottles, cigarette butts and the occasional pair of underwear. It’s hidden, tucked away in a patch of trees on a detour path you’ve probably only ever taken if you don’t fear murder — or if you work for The Daily Californian, in which case you fear nothing, because you feel nothing.
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There’s a bench on the north side of campus, covered in graffiti and constantly surrounded by empty liquor bottles, cigarette butts and the occasional pair of underwear. It’s hidden, tucked away in a patch of trees on a detour path you’ve probably only ever taken if you don’t fear murder — or if you work for The Daily Californian, in which case you fear nothing, because you feel nothing.
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When I became editor in chief of The Daily Californian, one of the first things I looked forward to was cleaning my new office.
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When I became editor in chief of The Daily Californian, one of the first things I looked forward to was cleaning my new office.
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