BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Summer after freshman year, back in 2019, I had the opportunity to study abroad in Cape Town, South Africa. I spent six weeks immersing myself in local attractions and the natural beauty of the city. The balance between nature, sea and city life reminded me of familiar cities on the coast such as San Francisco and port cities on the Korean peninsula, yet the South African culture and history added a unique, beautiful twist.
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Summer after freshman year, back in 2019, I had the opportunity to study abroad in Cape Town, South Africa. I spent six weeks immersing myself in local attractions and the natural beauty of the city. The balance between nature, sea and city life reminded me of familiar cities on the coast such as San Francisco and port cities on the Korean peninsula, yet the South African culture and history added a unique, beautiful twist.
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Just like when it sued to protect students, the UC system cannot be a bystander — we must fight for all of our students, international or otherwise.
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Just like when it sued to protect students, the UC system cannot be a bystander — we must fight for all of our students, international or otherwise.
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Just because UC Berkeley isn’t majority white doesn’t mean that it truly includes its Black undergraduates — and labelling our campus as POC-majority further erases Black students.
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Just because UC Berkeley isn’t majority white doesn’t mean that it truly includes its Black undergraduates — and labelling our campus as POC-majority further erases Black students.
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Stephen Glickman, the manager of the world’s only captive hyena colony and UC Berkeley researcher, died May 22 after battling pancreatic cancer at 87.
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Stephen Glickman, the manager of the world’s only captive hyena colony and UC Berkeley researcher, died May 22 after battling pancreatic cancer at 87.
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It is not just our global lack of knowledge of African history that is appalling but also our saddening lack of knowledge of Africa in general.
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It is not just our global lack of knowledge of African history that is appalling but also our saddening lack of knowledge of Africa in general.
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With a mission to make coffee that is grown and harvested by women more accessible and more widely represented in the global economy, the cafe is dedicated to sourcing and roasting coffee from “well established” women’s coffee farm cooperatives in Central America, Africa and South America, according to the Cafenated Coffee website.
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With a mission to make coffee that is grown and harvested by women more accessible and more widely represented in the global economy, the cafe is dedicated to sourcing and roasting coffee from “well established” women’s coffee farm cooperatives in Central America, Africa and South America, according to the Cafenated Coffee website.
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Now, with “Aquaman,” that score is slightly improved, as James Wan’s submarine, superhero spectacular rides a wave of impressive visuals, compensating for an at times messy, overly ambitious screenplay.
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Now, with “Aquaman,” that score is slightly improved, as James Wan’s submarine, superhero spectacular rides a wave of impressive visuals, compensating for an at times messy, overly ambitious screenplay.
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One of the first things I learned is that life here is not easy. Many people struggle to feed their families and/or do not have good educational opportunities, and people get malaria as often as once a year.
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One of the first things I learned is that life here is not easy. Many people struggle to feed their families and/or do not have good educational opportunities, and people get malaria as often as once a year.
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One of the largest fossilized egg and nest collections in North America is housed at UC Berkeley’s Museum of Vertebrate Zoology and was recently used by researchers in a study to trace the evolution of egg shape.
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One of the largest fossilized egg and nest collections in North America is housed at UC Berkeley’s Museum of Vertebrate Zoology and was recently used by researchers in a study to trace the evolution of egg shape.
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