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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 20, 2022

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Some days of the year are for dark / Colors. Mahogany pillars / And emerald green turtlenecks.
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Some days of the year are for dark / Colors. Mahogany pillars / And emerald green turtlenecks.
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Coming to Berkeley from Southern California, I was surprised by how cold and rainy it gets here, even during the springtime. Last week, as I desperately tried to hold onto my umbrella for dear life, I realized I don’t think I will ever get used to the rain here in Berkeley. 
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Coming to Berkeley from Southern California, I was surprised by how cold and rainy it gets here, even during the springtime. Last week, as I desperately tried to hold onto my umbrella for dear life, I realized I don’t think I will ever get used to the rain here in Berkeley. 
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My story is not only shaped by spoken conversations or dramatic monologues, but also by my innermost thoughts and the millions of things that tumble through my mind and never leave my mouth.
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My story is not only shaped by spoken conversations or dramatic monologues, but also by my innermost thoughts and the millions of things that tumble through my mind and never leave my mouth.
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As you clutch an umbrella in your hand and walk through Sather Gate, it’s entertaining to observe how every person has a unique response to rain.
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As you clutch an umbrella in your hand and walk through Sather Gate, it’s entertaining to observe how every person has a unique response to rain.
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A friend recently asked me, “Is this the end of the California drought? It’s been raining all week!” A valid question after such an extended period of rain.
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A friend recently asked me, “Is this the end of the California drought? It’s been raining all week!” A valid question after such an extended period of rain.
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There’s really no point in fighting the inevitable changing of the seasons. So instead of fighting it, why not just embrace it?
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There’s really no point in fighting the inevitable changing of the seasons. So instead of fighting it, why not just embrace it?
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Rats are basically living rent free in your head — and maybe your house, too. Here are the relatable stages of thinking there are rats in your walls.
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Rats are basically living rent free in your head — and maybe your house, too. Here are the relatable stages of thinking there are rats in your walls.
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Rain boots are underrated. Seriously, they may be mostly worn by elementary schoolers, but that doesn’t mean they’re not a great addition to your closet.
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Rain boots are underrated. Seriously, they may be mostly worn by elementary schoolers, but that doesn’t mean they’re not a great addition to your closet.
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This has been an eventful year, to say the least. It wouldn’t be all that surprising if this was the year the world as we know it ended.
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This has been an eventful year, to say the least. It wouldn’t be all that surprising if this was the year the world as we know it ended.
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I had spent the beginning of the new year on the northern half of the Oregon coast, dedicating more than half of my days on its sandy beaches.
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I had spent the beginning of the new year on the northern half of the Oregon coast, dedicating more than half of my days on its sandy beaches.
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