Creating my own history

Berkeley Got Back

In 1870, the UC regents finally voted to admit women on equal terms with men, paving the road for multiple generations of female innovators, researchers and activists.
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Who is Berkeley?

Berkeley Got Back

While we can disparage the blatantly colonialist undertones of his statement, we can also acknowledge and agree with a call for progress.
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For my name’s sake

Berkeley Got Back

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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A lesson in democracy

Berkeley Got Back

DeCals create a space for diversity in teaching — a space where student voices can be heard in regard to what they believe is pertinent, important and largely ignored in academia.
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Panthers don’t roar

Berkeley Got Back

Steer away from UC Berkeley,  a home for the radical commies! Some people genuinely fear and detest this place. Perhaps the most ridiculous claim I have heard about this campus was that the mere association with this environment is conducive to leftist identification. Interestingly, people fail to extend the same
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Oski the underdog

Berkeley Got Back

Overpopulation of students, lack of resources and the need for private donors are nothing new for UC Berkeley.
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Tear down the wall

Berkeley Got Back

As college students who construct lenses to perceive the outside world rather than directly immerse in it, the cognitive dissonance is too real.
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Settling into campus

Berkeley Got Back

Despite its stunning appearance, UC Berkeley, like much of the United States, is tainted by a history of dispossession of indigenous land and culture.
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