BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 03, 2022

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In light of the coronavirus and the growing hate aimed at the Asian community, Lin learned to use his experiences with racism — experiences he previously internalized — as opportunities to call for change.
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In light of the coronavirus and the growing hate aimed at the Asian community, Lin learned to use his experiences with racism — experiences he previously internalized — as opportunities to call for change.
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Unlike public discourse in a real-life setting, the social media environment is not a self-regulating one.
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Unlike public discourse in a real-life setting, the social media environment is not a self-regulating one.
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UC Berkeley alumna Gloria Tumushabe launched a GoFundMe campaign to purchase internet and laptops for women in sub-Saharan Africa as part of a larger effort to empower and teach young women to code.
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UC Berkeley alumna Gloria Tumushabe launched a GoFundMe campaign to purchase internet and laptops for women in sub-Saharan Africa as part of a larger effort to empower and teach young women to code.
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Cal Performances partnered with UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism on Wednesday to host Tristan Harris, star of the hit Netflix documentary “The Social Dilemma,” who spoke about social media’s disinformation crisis and how to combat it.
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Cal Performances partnered with UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism on Wednesday to host Tristan Harris, star of the hit Netflix documentary “The Social Dilemma,” who spoke about social media’s disinformation crisis and how to combat it.
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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to take a toll on students mentally and financially, Berkeley Mutual Aid aims to provide quick funds for students in need. 
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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to take a toll on students mentally and financially, Berkeley Mutual Aid aims to provide quick funds for students in need. 
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I never thought I’d find myself missing those slow, gloomy days in Berkeley when I had no classes but was driven by the mission of getting as much homework and studying done as possible in one day.
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I never thought I’d find myself missing those slow, gloomy days in Berkeley when I had no classes but was driven by the mission of getting as much homework and studying done as possible in one day.
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Check out your start of spring 2021 horoscopes for a little life advice that isn’t going to ignore the fact that life right now — well — it’s a little weird.
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Check out your start of spring 2021 horoscopes for a little life advice that isn’t going to ignore the fact that life right now — well — it’s a little weird.
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Blaze Pizza, a popular fast-casual pizza franchise with more than 300 locations in California and abroad, is set to open a branch on the corner of Bancroft Way and Dana Street.
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Blaze Pizza, a popular fast-casual pizza franchise with more than 300 locations in California and abroad, is set to open a branch on the corner of Bancroft Way and Dana Street.
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The parents of Sydney West, a 19-year-old UC Berkeley student who was reported missing last fall, announced Monday that they are offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to West's return.
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The parents of Sydney West, a 19-year-old UC Berkeley student who was reported missing last fall, announced Monday that they are offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to West's return.
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The Berkeley Forum's spring 2021 lineup has a diverse selection of speakers who are not only from a wide range of disciplines and ethnic backgrounds but are also unique within their given field.
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The Berkeley Forum's spring 2021 lineup has a diverse selection of speakers who are not only from a wide range of disciplines and ethnic backgrounds but are also unique within their given field.
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