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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JUNE 03, 2023

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Jump heads suck. They suck so much that it’s been more than nine months since they’ve been abolished in the Daily Cal and I’ve only just recovered enough to write about how awful they are.
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Jump heads suck. They suck so much that it’s been more than nine months since they’ve been abolished in the Daily Cal and I’ve only just recovered enough to write about how awful they are.
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The most difficult, yet rewarding task involved in being a copy editor is surprisingly not copy editing.
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The most difficult, yet rewarding task involved in being a copy editor is surprisingly not copy editing.
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Style guides can be seen as part of the larger discourse surrounding issues we face in our day-to-day lives, but they also reflect how far institutionalized language rules still have to go to keep up with the times.
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Style guides can be seen as part of the larger discourse surrounding issues we face in our day-to-day lives, but they also reflect how far institutionalized language rules still have to go to keep up with the times.
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The president’s use of language, whether in a speech or a tweet, inundates our politics with polarizing personal drama.
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The president’s use of language, whether in a speech or a tweet, inundates our politics with polarizing personal drama.
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As is the case with many second-generation students, 12 years of English-centric education has made me fluent in one language at the expense of the other.
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As is the case with many second-generation students, 12 years of English-centric education has made me fluent in one language at the expense of the other.
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Never have I ever quoted “the more you know” meme so consistently.
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Never have I ever quoted “the more you know” meme so consistently.
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Doggo memes have literally created their own language, and for the most part, people between the ages of 12 and 30 understand and sometimes use this new language.
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Doggo memes have literally created their own language, and for the most part, people between the ages of 12 and 30 understand and sometimes use this new language.
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The hardest part of learning another language isn’t memorizing new words for different concepts, but learning the often strange and confusing syntax of a new language
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The hardest part of learning another language isn’t memorizing new words for different concepts, but learning the often strange and confusing syntax of a new language
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A combination of sleep deprivation and my first shifts at the Daily Cal have led me to a theory more intriguing than the Illuminati: copy editors make excellent coders.
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A combination of sleep deprivation and my first shifts at the Daily Cal have led me to a theory more intriguing than the Illuminati: copy editors make excellent coders.
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Even now as I write this, the word processor suggests that I change “alumna” to “alumni.” If you’re not a copy editor, you might be saying, “Who cares?”
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Even now as I write this, the word processor suggests that I change “alumna” to “alumni.” If you’re not a copy editor, you might be saying, “Who cares?”
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