BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

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Looking back at the nine months I spent in Berkeley this year, I don’t think I ever, not once, inhabited a phoneless space — lecture hall, library, dorm room, lounge, cafeteria, lawn, public bathroom or otherwise.
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Looking back at the nine months I spent in Berkeley this year, I don’t think I ever, not once, inhabited a phoneless space — lecture hall, library, dorm room, lounge, cafeteria, lawn, public bathroom or otherwise.
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It's pretty standard to assume that social media consumes a majority of our lives. So, imagine what it’s like to go without it for a week in the woods.
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It's pretty standard to assume that social media consumes a majority of our lives. So, imagine what it’s like to go without it for a week in the woods.
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Introverts, like George W. Bush’s still life paintings, are misunderstood creatures. Most people — including most introverts, in fact — believe the word is functionally a synonym for quiet and socially reserved. And introverts can certainly fit this description, but so can extroverts.
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Introverts, like George W. Bush’s still life paintings, are misunderstood creatures. Most people — including most introverts, in fact — believe the word is functionally a synonym for quiet and socially reserved. And introverts can certainly fit this description, but so can extroverts.
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We are species that both love and hate to miss things. Reluctant to let a single memorable event go by unnoticed, we are always storing away little moments to reflect on later.
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We are species that both love and hate to miss things. Reluctant to let a single memorable event go by unnoticed, we are always storing away little moments to reflect on later.
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