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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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When evaluating the “authenticity” of these foods, we should judge them on their own merit and not arbitrarily compare them to their nondiasporic counterparts.
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When evaluating the “authenticity” of these foods, we should judge them on their own merit and not arbitrarily compare them to their nondiasporic counterparts.
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Students who have studied abroad in London, Edinburgh and Seoul through Berkeley Study Abroad and Global Edge reflect on their experiences abroad.
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Students who have studied abroad in London, Edinburgh and Seoul through Berkeley Study Abroad and Global Edge reflect on their experiences abroad.
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Brimming with talent, “The Tragedy of Macbeth” is a film of quiet intoxication.
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Brimming with talent, “The Tragedy of Macbeth” is a film of quiet intoxication.
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Like a sculptor at a marble block, I’d expected the chips of those less close to gather at my feet, revealing a statue of “true” friends at the core.
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Like a sculptor at a marble block, I’d expected the chips of those less close to gather at my feet, revealing a statue of “true” friends at the core.
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There are two rules. A: Each housemate must invite one guest. B: No other housemate can have ever met (or even heard of) this guest.
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There are two rules. A: Each housemate must invite one guest. B: No other housemate can have ever met (or even heard of) this guest.
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Everything about Scotland, from the crisp air and the historical buildings to the cobbled streets and Irn-Bru, made my weekend trip one I’ll never forget.
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Everything about Scotland, from the crisp air and the historical buildings to the cobbled streets and Irn-Bru, made my weekend trip one I’ll never forget.
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Far-reaching NPR linguist and adjunct UC Berkeley professor Geoffrey Nunberg died Aug. 11 at the age of 75.
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Far-reaching NPR linguist and adjunct UC Berkeley professor Geoffrey Nunberg died Aug. 11 at the age of 75.
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How have UC Berkeley professors spent their favorite summers? Read on to find out what campus faculty have done during their most memorable summers.
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How have UC Berkeley professors spent their favorite summers? Read on to find out what campus faculty have done during their most memorable summers.
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As I sit here, at the bar, I can’t help but look back on my time here as a student, not only at St Andrews but also at UC Berkeley.
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As I sit here, at the bar, I can’t help but look back on my time here as a student, not only at St Andrews but also at UC Berkeley.
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This past Saturday, five out of seven students in my UC Education Abroad Program, or UCEAP, cohort — myself included — got on the train at Leuchars Station in St Andrews to meet up with almost 200 other students who were studying abroad in the U.K.
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This past Saturday, five out of seven students in my UC Education Abroad Program, or UCEAP, cohort — myself included — got on the train at Leuchars Station in St Andrews to meet up with almost 200 other students who were studying abroad in the U.K.
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