The profits of near perfection

Despite my bitter awareness of the newspaper’s downtrend, I thought I could trust my journalism professor to encourage, to console. But his realism didn’t sit well with me. The semester was sprinkled with statements addressing the sorry slump. But instead of trying to solace the worried students who dreamed of
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Facing the intellectual labor together

I’ve always found the idea of discussion to be at the very core of any thoughtful, intellectual endeavor. I would hazard to say that just about every humanities course at UC Berkeley — and, for that matter, just about every course at UC Berkeley in general — relies on discussion
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A comma dilemma

Joining The Daily Californian as a copy editor involved something between slight ethical qualms and a full-scale moral dilemma. You see, I knew from the second I submitted my application that if I were accepted, I’d be breaking one of the most integral parts of my personal code. Ladies and
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