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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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I initially arrived at UC Berkeley sure of myself with goals and knowing what I wanted to do in the future. Now as I navigate my final year here, I am unsure of what I want. In some ways, you could say my experiences have broken me — and there is some truth to that. However, at some point, I realized I needed to let go of my fear of failing.
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I initially arrived at UC Berkeley sure of myself with goals and knowing what I wanted to do in the future. Now as I navigate my final year here, I am unsure of what I want. In some ways, you could say my experiences have broken me — and there is some truth to that. However, at some point, I realized I needed to let go of my fear of failing.
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I did get into UC Berkeley in the end, but college decisions were a huge reality check for me. And it also brought into conflict two aspects of my personality: the confidence in my academic ability, and my lack thereof in pretty much anything else.
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I did get into UC Berkeley in the end, but college decisions were a huge reality check for me. And it also brought into conflict two aspects of my personality: the confidence in my academic ability, and my lack thereof in pretty much anything else.
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From new tips to refreshers, here are some practical ways to keep you organized this semester!
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From new tips to refreshers, here are some practical ways to keep you organized this semester!
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For graduating students who aspire to become researchers, a choice awaits: where to do research. How does one know if academia is the right fit for them?
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For graduating students who aspire to become researchers, a choice awaits: where to do research. How does one know if academia is the right fit for them?
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Whatever it is we’re doing, summer really isn't a break anymore. When we've spent the past ten months working non-stop, we need time off. Risking burnout and mental breakdowns, it's incredibly important to take time and breathe. So, even if we can't take off a few well-deserved months, there are still some ways for us to feel rejuvenated and relaxed this summer.
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Whatever it is we’re doing, summer really isn't a break anymore. When we've spent the past ten months working non-stop, we need time off. Risking burnout and mental breakdowns, it's incredibly important to take time and breathe. So, even if we can't take off a few well-deserved months, there are still some ways for us to feel rejuvenated and relaxed this summer.
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It made me feel out of control like phantom hands were controlling a marionette doll — except the doll was me, and the hands were my own brain.
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It made me feel out of control like phantom hands were controlling a marionette doll — except the doll was me, and the hands were my own brain.
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Right now, postdocs are coming together through our union to urge the university to take effective steps to create an inclusive and safe workplace and end the abuse that drives many researchers out of academia.
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Right now, postdocs are coming together through our union to urge the university to take effective steps to create an inclusive and safe workplace and end the abuse that drives many researchers out of academia.
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We’re all floating as we go, hoping for the best for ourselves and those around us. It’s time we start giving ourselves some grace and patience.
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We’re all floating as we go, hoping for the best for ourselves and those around us. It’s time we start giving ourselves some grace and patience.
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I wanted to write “Cal in Color” to create real dialogue on what it actually means to be a Black woman at Berkeley, and doing so requires the invocation of uncomfortable radical topics.
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I wanted to write “Cal in Color” to create real dialogue on what it actually means to be a Black woman at Berkeley, and doing so requires the invocation of uncomfortable radical topics.
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But the campus and its gatekeepers of all colors still seem to be failing to understand that no amount of special grants for student-parents will make the campus more diverse if the culture around supporting parenting people does not also shift in practice.
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But the campus and its gatekeepers of all colors still seem to be failing to understand that no amount of special grants for student-parents will make the campus more diverse if the culture around supporting parenting people does not also shift in practice.
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