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BERKELEY'S NEWS • MAY 25, 2023

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How can Jewish students feel supported during these dark times when we walk through a campus every day that has posters of our murderers in its buildings?
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How can Jewish students feel supported during these dark times when we walk through a campus every day that has posters of our murderers in its buildings?
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Everywhere I travel, my family has had to both reassert our identity and tolerate the casual racism from enough of the locals for it to become a discernible issue. I am fed up with a binary system that refuses to accept that I am just as American as any white individual born and raised in the United States of America.
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Everywhere I travel, my family has had to both reassert our identity and tolerate the casual racism from enough of the locals for it to become a discernible issue. I am fed up with a binary system that refuses to accept that I am just as American as any white individual born and raised in the United States of America.
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“Haroon Mirza: The Night Journey,” is a rather dull art installation that nonetheless makes interesting points on storytelling, religion and censorship. British Pakistani multimedia artist Haroon Mirza brings his “custom-built media system” to the Asian Art Museum.
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“Haroon Mirza: The Night Journey,” is a rather dull art installation that nonetheless makes interesting points on storytelling, religion and censorship. British Pakistani multimedia artist Haroon Mirza brings his “custom-built media system” to the Asian Art Museum.
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Whether because of their emotional significance or their relevance to an author's life, certain stories refuse to remain a mere sticky-note idea.
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Whether because of their emotional significance or their relevance to an author's life, certain stories refuse to remain a mere sticky-note idea.
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Under the glow of the Campanile, about 40 students and community members gathered at a candlelight vigil Wednesday evening to commemorate Israeli citizens who have been killed or injured in recent acts of terror in the Middle East.
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Under the glow of the Campanile, about 40 students and community members gathered at a candlelight vigil Wednesday evening to commemorate Israeli citizens who have been killed or injured in recent acts of terror in the Middle East.
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