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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 01, 2022

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Instead of now-notorious critical favorite “Game of Thrones,” the favored contenders were the topical dystopian drama “The Handmaid’s Tale” and contemplative sci-fi show “Westworld.”
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Instead of now-notorious critical favorite “Game of Thrones,” the favored contenders were the topical dystopian drama “The Handmaid’s Tale” and contemplative sci-fi show “Westworld.”
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Listen to some of these podcasts to help you stay updated during your everyday life. More importantly, these podcasts won’t depress you too much.
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Listen to some of these podcasts to help you stay updated during your everyday life. More importantly, these podcasts won’t depress you too much.
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As a transfer student from New York University, my first year at Berkeley proved it was difficult to ignore how much I missed New York City.
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As a transfer student from New York University, my first year at Berkeley proved it was difficult to ignore how much I missed New York City.
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Don't worry, we at the Clog would like to provide some alternative topics to discuss instead of the typical Thanksgiving fare.
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Don't worry, we at the Clog would like to provide some alternative topics to discuss instead of the typical Thanksgiving fare.
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I segued back into my former omnivore lifestyle with a pescatarian diet. After a few days, I moved past seafood. At first it was easy; I could detach myself from the animal. But then it wasn’t. As silly as it seemed, my meaty meals challenged my moral premise. I often woke up full, more from shame than from the meat itself. If I ate seafood the night before, I spent my mornings considering the water pollution offset by overfishing and farming fish. On a more emotional level, I thought about the fish and their fish lives, drifting in water only to be caught and eaten. I thought about what made me entitled to eating another sentient being. What was it about being human? Did my willpower snap in half under the weight of what others told me was simply natural for me to engage in?
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I segued back into my former omnivore lifestyle with a pescatarian diet. After a few days, I moved past seafood. At first it was easy; I could detach myself from the animal. But then it wasn’t. As silly as it seemed, my meaty meals challenged my moral premise. I often woke up full, more from shame than from the meat itself. If I ate seafood the night before, I spent my mornings considering the water pollution offset by overfishing and farming fish. On a more emotional level, I thought about the fish and their fish lives, drifting in water only to be caught and eaten. I thought about what made me entitled to eating another sentient being. What was it about being human? Did my willpower snap in half under the weight of what others told me was simply natural for me to engage in?
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