BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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We are not here to understand our role immediately. We are here to enter a world of possibility, to be the impostor and welcome the stranger.
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We are not here to understand our role immediately. We are here to enter a world of possibility, to be the impostor and welcome the stranger.
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Ultimately, you’re deciding two things — whether to accept your offer despite it being spring admission, and, if you do, whether to participate in FPF.
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Ultimately, you’re deciding two things — whether to accept your offer despite it being spring admission, and, if you do, whether to participate in FPF.
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As a Korean American, I am always faced with a perhaps trivial decision: Should I go by Dohee Kim or Nicole Kim?
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As a Korean American, I am always faced with a perhaps trivial decision: Should I go by Dohee Kim or Nicole Kim?
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What is it that makes us “so Berkeley?” A lot of things. But stereotypes often stem from reality, so we have compiled a list of things that non-UC Berkeley kids didn't get — and that maybe even we didn’t get — before we ourselves became “so Berkeley.”
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What is it that makes us “so Berkeley?” A lot of things. But stereotypes often stem from reality, so we have compiled a list of things that non-UC Berkeley kids didn't get — and that maybe even we didn’t get — before we ourselves became “so Berkeley.”
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I was deeply disturbed by the admission to undergraduate status of Khairi Fortt, a Penn State football player, only a few days before the new term opens. From all indications, he was "admitted" by the Athletic Department, without application or the critical vetting that thousands of other would-be undergraduates went through nearly a year ago.
I was deeply disturbed by the admission to undergraduate status of Khairi Fortt, a Penn State football player, only a few days before the new term opens. From all indications, he was "admitted" by the Athletic Department, without application or the critical vetting that thousands of other would-be undergraduates went through nearly a year ago.
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