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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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“I always think about watercolor as a very fickle mistress,” Tivona said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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“I always think about watercolor as a very fickle mistress,” Tivona said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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As UC Berkeley prepares to return to its first in-person semester since spring 2020, many in-person student services will resume before the fall.
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As UC Berkeley prepares to return to its first in-person semester since spring 2020, many in-person student services will resume before the fall.
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After taking a closer look, they noticed that the painting also has words and phrases etched into it, most of which are illegible because of their intricate font. The art is dated Feb. 2, 1994, and begs the question — has it really been there that long without anyone noticing it?
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After taking a closer look, they noticed that the painting also has words and phrases etched into it, most of which are illegible because of their intricate font. The art is dated Feb. 2, 1994, and begs the question — has it really been there that long without anyone noticing it?
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In college my inability to create for myself anymore convinced me that I hadn’t even been an especially good writer to begin with.
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In college my inability to create for myself anymore convinced me that I hadn’t even been an especially good writer to begin with.
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Since the beginning of April, students have had a reason to approach the Cesar Chavez Student Center besides simply visiting the Cal 1 Card Office. Over spring break, a dozen students painted a colorful mural representing the theme of social justice in the breezeway that leads from Lower Sproul Plaza up to the Berkeley Art Studio and Sather Gate.
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Since the beginning of April, students have had a reason to approach the Cesar Chavez Student Center besides simply visiting the Cal 1 Card Office. Over spring break, a dozen students painted a colorful mural representing the theme of social justice in the breezeway that leads from Lower Sproul Plaza up to the Berkeley Art Studio and Sather Gate.
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