BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 25, 2022

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If your version of the creation story doesn’t quite fit, if it bunches around the wrists or itches at the neck, dare to imagine something better.
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If your version of the creation story doesn’t quite fit, if it bunches around the wrists or itches at the neck, dare to imagine something better.
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I was both baptized and named before living 30 days on Earth, which meant my cross-religious identity was solidified before I could support the weight of my own head.
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I was both baptized and named before living 30 days on Earth, which meant my cross-religious identity was solidified before I could support the weight of my own head.
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Whitexicans are thought of as a big joke in Mexico, from their accents to the way they dress (usually wearing a “Mexico is the s—” bomber jacket).
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Whitexicans are thought of as a big joke in Mexico, from their accents to the way they dress (usually wearing a “Mexico is the s—” bomber jacket).
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In this town, there is a Hindu temple to the South, a Muslim mosque to the East, Christian church to the West and a Jewish synagogue to the North. They are all within 1 kilometer of each other. 
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In this town, there is a Hindu temple to the South, a Muslim mosque to the East, Christian church to the West and a Jewish synagogue to the North. They are all within 1 kilometer of each other. 
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I come from a family where no one has ever questioned their Catholic beliefs; they’ve accepted them with a sense of belonging and familiarity.
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I come from a family where no one has ever questioned their Catholic beliefs; they’ve accepted them with a sense of belonging and familiarity.
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I did, in fact, find myself vulnerably confronting my religion — with a cross dangling above my face, connected to a chain around the neck of a classmate.
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I did, in fact, find myself vulnerably confronting my religion — with a cross dangling above my face, connected to a chain around the neck of a classmate.
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They say there are two sides to every story; I say there are two sides to every city. The New York I encountered this past January was a far cry from the New York I knew in May 2016, but there’s some beauty in that.
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They say there are two sides to every story; I say there are two sides to every city. The New York I encountered this past January was a far cry from the New York I knew in May 2016, but there’s some beauty in that.
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Being in an environment that actively undermines your identity can cause so much angst and dread that the only solution is to escape.
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Being in an environment that actively undermines your identity can cause so much angst and dread that the only solution is to escape.
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In high school, I felt alone. I was the only Zoroastrian in my high school and am one out of about 14,000 Z​oroastrians in the country.
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In high school, I felt alone. I was the only Zoroastrian in my high school and am one out of about 14,000 Z​oroastrians in the country.
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Without fear, I finally see sex as what it is: not a big deal.
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Without fear, I finally see sex as what it is: not a big deal.
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