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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 19, 2022

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Let me see what you feel. / Let me feel what you see. / Let me touch who you are. / Let me hear your thoughts.
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Let me see what you feel. / Let me feel what you see. / Let me touch who you are. / Let me hear your thoughts.
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I have never been a huge fan of dating apps. In fact, I had sworn off of them several months ago, after another relationship with someone I had met online had dramatically imploded.
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I have never been a huge fan of dating apps. In fact, I had sworn off of them several months ago, after another relationship with someone I had met online had dramatically imploded.
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We put red roses out for your heavenly birthday. / Remembering life to forget death; so many seasons have passed since your death anniversary. / In our minds we plant a flower field — we still grow in your love.
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We put red roses out for your heavenly birthday. / Remembering life to forget death; so many seasons have passed since your death anniversary. / In our minds we plant a flower field — we still grow in your love.
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What do buttons, jumpsuits and flyers have in common? At San Francisco’s Letterform Archive, the answer is plain and simple: protest.
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What do buttons, jumpsuits and flyers have in common? At San Francisco’s Letterform Archive, the answer is plain and simple: protest.
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some nights my tears drown me, the weight in my chest amplifies, I feel like I’ve swallowed glass and won’t ever breathe again. 
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some nights my tears drown me, the weight in my chest amplifies, I feel like I’ve swallowed glass and won’t ever breathe again. 
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“Cuffing season”: The aura of romanticism and love that simultaneously blesses and curses the air every year around the start of October to the end of February. So, whether you’re absolutely dreading the upcoming months or are wishfully idealizing what’s to come, here’s some food-for-thought to keep you down to earth.
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“Cuffing season”: The aura of romanticism and love that simultaneously blesses and curses the air every year around the start of October to the end of February. So, whether you’re absolutely dreading the upcoming months or are wishfully idealizing what’s to come, here’s some food-for-thought to keep you down to earth.
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I am instantly reminded of what unites my Latine family, and I become hungry at the thought of food. Beyond its tastiness and incredible seasoning — which I will soon obsess over — Latine food symbolizes cultural harmony and solidarity. 
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I am instantly reminded of what unites my Latine family, and I become hungry at the thought of food. Beyond its tastiness and incredible seasoning — which I will soon obsess over — Latine food symbolizes cultural harmony and solidarity. 
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Still, the journey to joy is riddled with obstacles and illusions. Happiness is subjective to time, identity and experience. Though my current perception of happiness will surely change in the future, I know there will forever remain sources I cannot outgrow.
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Still, the journey to joy is riddled with obstacles and illusions. Happiness is subjective to time, identity and experience. Though my current perception of happiness will surely change in the future, I know there will forever remain sources I cannot outgrow.
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The future is written in that bowl, sugar-cream topographies of the soul. 
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The future is written in that bowl, sugar-cream topographies of the soul. 
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somehow in the midst of my losing battle with time, I traded my ability to feel for disappointing wisdom in a deal I never remember making.
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somehow in the midst of my losing battle with time, I traded my ability to feel for disappointing wisdom in a deal I never remember making.
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