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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 31, 2023

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When you see my name on a name tag or written somewhere, I get that you’ll likely use the English pronunciation. You can’t know how I say my name until I tell you.
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When you see my name on a name tag or written somewhere, I get that you’ll likely use the English pronunciation. You can’t know how I say my name until I tell you.
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I planned one more day in Paris before heading back home, and I tried to enjoy the city the best I could. The opportunity to engage with the locals, despite my elementary French, is something I will treasure for a lifetime. 
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I planned one more day in Paris before heading back home, and I tried to enjoy the city the best I could. The opportunity to engage with the locals, despite my elementary French, is something I will treasure for a lifetime. 
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Think of Rudy Gobert if Rudy Gobert could dribble and shoot. That’s Victor Wembanyama.
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Think of Rudy Gobert if Rudy Gobert could dribble and shoot. That’s Victor Wembanyama.
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This summer, my imagination has arrived, like the truncating tick of a Technicolor pinwheel, at the following isosceles triangle: I want a man to play me in a naked game of chess.
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This summer, my imagination has arrived, like the truncating tick of a Technicolor pinwheel, at the following isosceles triangle: I want a man to play me in a naked game of chess.
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“He’s the perfect naked man,” she described the statue with too much arousal for comfort. “Half tense, half relaxed.”
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“He’s the perfect naked man,” she described the statue with too much arousal for comfort. “Half tense, half relaxed.”
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UC Berkeley’s study abroad programs have reopened for the fall 2021 semester, sending students across the globe amid uncertainty from the COVID-19 pandemic. 
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UC Berkeley’s study abroad programs have reopened for the fall 2021 semester, sending students across the globe amid uncertainty from the COVID-19 pandemic. 
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Even with its many perspectives, all of which lazily orbit Marguerite, “The Last Duel” never finds its way to the center.
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Even with its many perspectives, all of which lazily orbit Marguerite, “The Last Duel” never finds its way to the center.
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In a typical year, more than 1,800 UC Berkeley students apply for a visa, get their passports stamped and move into some small apartment far from Berkeley. Navigating their new surroundings, students often turn to not only Google Maps but also dating apps to orient themselves.
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In a typical year, more than 1,800 UC Berkeley students apply for a visa, get their passports stamped and move into some small apartment far from Berkeley. Navigating their new surroundings, students often turn to not only Google Maps but also dating apps to orient themselves.
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I encourage you to foster a mindset of spontaneity the next time you travel, as my morning in Paris was an experience I will never forget.
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I encourage you to foster a mindset of spontaneity the next time you travel, as my morning in Paris was an experience I will never forget.
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As governments implement anti-contagion practices to prevent COVID-19, UC Berkeley researchers studied the effects of such policies on the growth rate of infections across six different countries.
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As governments implement anti-contagion practices to prevent COVID-19, UC Berkeley researchers studied the effects of such policies on the growth rate of infections across six different countries.
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