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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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After a full two years of managing to avoid the coronavirus, I fell ill last spring and had to move to the COVID-19 isolation dorms, where I spent nine days before leaving home for spring break. Although I grumbled and complained to my friends, that period of relative separation from other people provided an important opportunity to reflect on myself and on what I do purely for others. 
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After a full two years of managing to avoid the coronavirus, I fell ill last spring and had to move to the COVID-19 isolation dorms, where I spent nine days before leaving home for spring break. Although I grumbled and complained to my friends, that period of relative separation from other people provided an important opportunity to reflect on myself and on what I do purely for others. 
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I went about my day carrying what felt like a dirty little secret, that I was craving a celebration I didn’t know how to ask for.
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I went about my day carrying what felt like a dirty little secret, that I was craving a celebration I didn’t know how to ask for.
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In an interview with The Daily Californian, directors Bradley & Pablo spoke openly about how they navigated difficulties as they captured a personal story about helping each other and creating unprecedented art during the pandemic.
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In an interview with The Daily Californian, directors Bradley & Pablo spoke openly about how they navigated difficulties as they captured a personal story about helping each other and creating unprecedented art during the pandemic.
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Frequent testing and quarantining upon receiving a positive result are civic duties that can protect those around us and ensure a safe return to campus.
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Frequent testing and quarantining upon receiving a positive result are civic duties that can protect those around us and ensure a safe return to campus.
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Brontë’s writing taught me something of the all-consuming, destructive capacities of love. But it was through previous readers that I truly felt the power of a shared experience.
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Brontë’s writing taught me something of the all-consuming, destructive capacities of love. But it was through previous readers that I truly felt the power of a shared experience.
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University Health Services created a “Contact Tracing and Close Exposures” webpage detailing campus guidelines and contact tracing policies for students.
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University Health Services created a “Contact Tracing and Close Exposures” webpage detailing campus guidelines and contact tracing policies for students.
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I decided to put her claims to the test and ate like Chloe for 24 hours to fully immerse myself in the fitness influencer’s lifestyle and see whether her diet is realistic and sustainable for the average person. 
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I decided to put her claims to the test and ate like Chloe for 24 hours to fully immerse myself in the fitness influencer’s lifestyle and see whether her diet is realistic and sustainable for the average person. 
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I took a deep breath to prepare to talk to someone new. What followed was the most interesting and mind-blowing conversation I have had all year. 
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I took a deep breath to prepare to talk to someone new. What followed was the most interesting and mind-blowing conversation I have had all year. 
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As summer approaches, I’m ready to spend time watching reruns of my favorite shows instead of watching any that I've been meaning to get around to.
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As summer approaches, I’m ready to spend time watching reruns of my favorite shows instead of watching any that I've been meaning to get around to.
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With summer around the corner, talks of a “summer body” are starting up again. The summer body ideal usually means being super fit, tan and virtually blemishless, but the reality is that we don't always look or feel that way, come summer. While summer can provide a great incentive to get outside and become healthier, it also idealizes a really specific body type. As everyone's lifestyle and routines have changed due to the pandemic, it’s time to move on from the summer body ideal and instead start accepting the realistic shapes and textures of our “quarantine body.”
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With summer around the corner, talks of a “summer body” are starting up again. The summer body ideal usually means being super fit, tan and virtually blemishless, but the reality is that we don't always look or feel that way, come summer. While summer can provide a great incentive to get outside and become healthier, it also idealizes a really specific body type. As everyone's lifestyle and routines have changed due to the pandemic, it’s time to move on from the summer body ideal and instead start accepting the realistic shapes and textures of our “quarantine body.”
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