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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!
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Instead of rainbows, I received tuition hikes, unaffordable housing and the threat of losing health coverage, which keeps me undetectable and alive. The university didn’t save me.
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Instead of rainbows, I received tuition hikes, unaffordable housing and the threat of losing health coverage, which keeps me undetectable and alive. The university didn’t save me.
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In our 2018 Pride Month impact issue, we hope to shed light on all that is still being done on the front for LGBTQ+ rights.
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In our 2018 Pride Month impact issue, we hope to shed light on all that is still being done on the front for LGBTQ+ rights.
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While I have lived among the most privileged generation of queer people in history, a certain outlook on life was fostered by a constant fear of reveal and rejection, the feeling of being a sexual deviant
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While I have lived among the most privileged generation of queer people in history, a certain outlook on life was fostered by a constant fear of reveal and rejection, the feeling of being a sexual deviant
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For Erica Ambrin, a musician from Los Angeles who currently lives in Sacramento, it was certainly a memorable experience, as she performed at her first Pride celebration.
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For Erica Ambrin, a musician from Los Angeles who currently lives in Sacramento, it was certainly a memorable experience, as she performed at her first Pride celebration.
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I am a 68-year-old dyke, a UC Berkeley staff retiree. I came out in New York City in 1971.
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I am a 68-year-old dyke, a UC Berkeley staff retiree. I came out in New York City in 1971.
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For aces of all stripes, LGBTQ+ communities are often the first communities we seek out when we first start questioning our a/sexuality and realize that mainstream heterosexual spaces may not have a place for us
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For aces of all stripes, LGBTQ+ communities are often the first communities we seek out when we first start questioning our a/sexuality and realize that mainstream heterosexual spaces may not have a place for us
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The San Francisco day trip series is back to shine a prismatic light on an important district to the history and culture of the city — the Castro District
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The San Francisco day trip series is back to shine a prismatic light on an important district to the history and culture of the city — the Castro District
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I come from a long tradition of blue and gold. My grandma and grandpa were both students here; so were my great aunt and uncle; so was my cousin; so was my aunt. And even those who didn’t choose to attend Cal were still avid fans of the school — my dad in particular, a UC Davis graduate, still swore allegiance to the Golden Bears.
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I come from a long tradition of blue and gold. My grandma and grandpa were both students here; so were my great aunt and uncle; so was my cousin; so was my aunt. And even those who didn’t choose to attend Cal were still avid fans of the school — my dad in particular, a UC Davis graduate, still swore allegiance to the Golden Bears.
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