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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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probe the depths of my psyche. place your lips on my ear and enunciate.
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probe the depths of my psyche. place your lips on my ear and enunciate.
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Visiting the city of Athens was a dream come true for my younger self. From trying cultural foods to sightseeing, here’s how to spend a great day in Athens. 
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Visiting the city of Athens was a dream come true for my younger self. From trying cultural foods to sightseeing, here’s how to spend a great day in Athens. 
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Ariana Grande’s new album Sweetener exemplifies the new era of complete, unfettered self-confidence in female pop artists.
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Ariana Grande’s new album Sweetener exemplifies the new era of complete, unfettered self-confidence in female pop artists.
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Don’t look toward Ancient Greece for mythic monsters and creatures of lore, Gardley seems to be saying — simply gaze toward Ferguson or Charlottesville, where scarier, and much more dangerous, monsters dwell.
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Don’t look toward Ancient Greece for mythic monsters and creatures of lore, Gardley seems to be saying — simply gaze toward Ferguson or Charlottesville, where scarier, and much more dangerous, monsters dwell.
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Anthony Bulloch, a UC Berkeley classics professor and assistant dean in the Office of Undergraduate Advising in the College of Letters and Science, died on May 26, leaving behind a long legacy of helping students. He was 72.
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Anthony Bulloch, a UC Berkeley classics professor and assistant dean in the Office of Undergraduate Advising in the College of Letters and Science, died on May 26, leaving behind a long legacy of helping students. He was 72.
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