BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 27, 2022

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Alternating between the exploration of feelings such as fantasy, heartbreak, disillusionment and oblivion, Dawn FM is The Weeknd's most coherent and complex work to date.
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Alternating between the exploration of feelings such as fantasy, heartbreak, disillusionment and oblivion, Dawn FM is The Weeknd's most coherent and complex work to date.
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I realized there’s a bigger, scarier fish to fry: Can I make the most of what I have with both the clock and my past as a transfer against me?
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I realized there’s a bigger, scarier fish to fry: Can I make the most of what I have with both the clock and my past as a transfer against me?
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My cohort is allegedly narcissistic and selfish. Recently, LinkedIn found through a survey that 68 percent of millennials would sacrifice a friendship for a promotion. Ouch. I, too, could feign superiority and look down upon my generation, but that would be disingenuous of me. I don’t think our fears and anxieties are unfounded. The cost of living is higher. More than a quarter of a million college graduates last year had minimum wage jobs. Still, I am hesitant to say that the academy has turned students into immoral, irrational players of commercial interest, as Allan Bloom suggests in “The Closing of the American Mind.” If anything, I am rather uncharacteristically optimistic about the broadening of disciplines and diversity in the modern university, which, though imperfect, opens up the potential for collectivity. And I am rather optimistic about what my generation has to offer.
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My cohort is allegedly narcissistic and selfish. Recently, LinkedIn found through a survey that 68 percent of millennials would sacrifice a friendship for a promotion. Ouch. I, too, could feign superiority and look down upon my generation, but that would be disingenuous of me. I don’t think our fears and anxieties are unfounded. The cost of living is higher. More than a quarter of a million college graduates last year had minimum wage jobs. Still, I am hesitant to say that the academy has turned students into immoral, irrational players of commercial interest, as Allan Bloom suggests in “The Closing of the American Mind.” If anything, I am rather uncharacteristically optimistic about the broadening of disciplines and diversity in the modern university, which, though imperfect, opens up the potential for collectivity. And I am rather optimistic about what my generation has to offer.
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