BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

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It didn’t occur to me that such a prestigious and progressive institution in the 21st century could bear the markings of a racist, post-colonial legacy.
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It didn’t occur to me that such a prestigious and progressive institution in the 21st century could bear the markings of a racist, post-colonial legacy.
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Just as numerous Golden Bears will be stepping foot on campus for the first time this fall, many courses will be unveiling themselves this semester.
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Just as numerous Golden Bears will be stepping foot on campus for the first time this fall, many courses will be unveiling themselves this semester.
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When it comes to design — architectural, entrepreneurial or even systemic — people with disabilities are too often left out.
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When it comes to design — architectural, entrepreneurial or even systemic — people with disabilities are too often left out.
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Getting rejected is never fun, especially when it causes you to not be able to live up to your Slytherin status. Not to worry, there are plenty of other career options and majors that give you the freedom to express your inner snake.
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Getting rejected is never fun, especially when it causes you to not be able to live up to your Slytherin status. Not to worry, there are plenty of other career options and majors that give you the freedom to express your inner snake.
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The UC Berkeley Department of Theater, Dance and Performance Studies, or TDPS, hired a group of Bay Area professionals for its design team on its upcoming production — with the exception of one. That exception is senior theater and art practice double major Alexandra Grabow — the only student designer for the show.
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The UC Berkeley Department of Theater, Dance and Performance Studies, or TDPS, hired a group of Bay Area professionals for its design team on its upcoming production — with the exception of one. That exception is senior theater and art practice double major Alexandra Grabow — the only student designer for the show.
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Of course, for a school located in the beautiful Bay Area with its nearby technology companies and cutthroat desires to succeed in an ocean of startups and app developers, it’s incredibly easy to put design as a bottom priority.
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Of course, for a school located in the beautiful Bay Area with its nearby technology companies and cutthroat desires to succeed in an ocean of startups and app developers, it’s incredibly easy to put design as a bottom priority.
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With climate change circulating political and social spheres as an issue of great concern, local architect and UC Berkeley alumnus Karl Wanaselja is addressing this issue by designing and building homes that are smaller, greener and, most importantly, more sustainable.
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With climate change circulating political and social spheres as an issue of great concern, local architect and UC Berkeley alumnus Karl Wanaselja is addressing this issue by designing and building homes that are smaller, greener and, most importantly, more sustainable.
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Are you the country-pop crossover record Speak Now? The legendary but overplayed 1989? Find out which Taylor Swift album you are based on your major.
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Are you the country-pop crossover record Speak Now? The legendary but overplayed 1989? Find out which Taylor Swift album you are based on your major.
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