With wide eyes

Trial and error

Let me set the scene: I am a sophomore with wide eyes, a worried soul and little to no progress on my African American Studies final paper.
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On learning to like falling

This spring break, while many UC Berkeley students were venturing away to warm and balmy places, or just lounging in the warm and balmy wonderfulness of Berkeley, I flew like a bird against the seasons up into the cold, wintery regions of Seattle, where I learned how to ski (more or
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How to be the best at being average

If there’s one factor that unifies the diverse community of students here at UC Berkeley, it might be everyone’s underlying feelings of mediocrity. We all made it through the admissions process — we’re aware that we’re all highly qualified students. But when you’re one of 25,000 other qualified students in
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