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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 18, 2023

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Yet this very paradigm of critical mass that has been instilled in me and so many other techies by business news, professors, colleagues and even movies is being shattered. A titan of social media is splintering before our very eyes.
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Yet this very paradigm of critical mass that has been instilled in me and so many other techies by business news, professors, colleagues and even movies is being shattered. A titan of social media is splintering before our very eyes.
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Berkeley Law’s Human Rights Center, or HRC, announced Wednesday that international human rights attorney Betsy Popken will be joining the leadership team as the new Co-Executive Director alongside current Executive Director, Alexa Koenig.
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Berkeley Law’s Human Rights Center, or HRC, announced Wednesday that international human rights attorney Betsy Popken will be joining the leadership team as the new Co-Executive Director alongside current Executive Director, Alexa Koenig.
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Over 200 people have signed a petition to remove violinist and UC Berkeley private music instructor Dan Flanagan for a 2012 public Facebook post he made about Canadian violinist Lara St. John. 
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Over 200 people have signed a petition to remove violinist and UC Berkeley private music instructor Dan Flanagan for a 2012 public Facebook post he made about Canadian violinist Lara St. John. 
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For a generation that grew up surrounded by technology, to be casual is the new cool. But, unlike the early days of social media, casualness now has to be manufactured and calculated.
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For a generation that grew up surrounded by technology, to be casual is the new cool. But, unlike the early days of social media, casualness now has to be manufactured and calculated.
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Campus freshman Shrinidhi Gopal is running for the ASUC Senate with ElevateCal on a platform focused on basic needs and transparency.
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Campus freshman Shrinidhi Gopal is running for the ASUC Senate with ElevateCal on a platform focused on basic needs and transparency.
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If you’re someone who spends hours aimlessly swiping on TikTok or scrolling through Twitter, a social media cleanse might be the one for you! 
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If you’re someone who spends hours aimlessly swiping on TikTok or scrolling through Twitter, a social media cleanse might be the one for you! 
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Here is the Clog’s power ranking of “I go to UC Berkeley” Instagram bios, using the class of 2022 as an example. Some are definitely better than others.
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Here is the Clog’s power ranking of “I go to UC Berkeley” Instagram bios, using the class of 2022 as an example. Some are definitely better than others.
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As studies continually investigate the correlation between social media usage and mental health, we have become acutely attuned to the deeper reality behind the screen. Modern online platforms now hold the power to use us as much as — and sometimes even more than — we use them.
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As studies continually investigate the correlation between social media usage and mental health, we have become acutely attuned to the deeper reality behind the screen. Modern online platforms now hold the power to use us as much as — and sometimes even more than — we use them.
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MIT professor and Turing Award recipient Barbara Liskov shared insights and details from her computer science career at a Berkeley Forum event Monday.
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MIT professor and Turing Award recipient Barbara Liskov shared insights and details from her computer science career at a Berkeley Forum event Monday.
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Following Facebook’s alleged rejection of a nonprofit’s attempt to raise awareness by way of hate crime statistics via the social media platform, Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín announced that he would be introducing a resolution condemning the company on Wednesday. 
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Following Facebook’s alleged rejection of a nonprofit’s attempt to raise awareness by way of hate crime statistics via the social media platform, Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín announced that he would be introducing a resolution condemning the company on Wednesday. 
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