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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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When you cast your ballot, make sure you share your voice. As you share your voice, make sure you are the one speaking.
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When you cast your ballot, make sure you share your voice. As you share your voice, make sure you are the one speaking.
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Like many of you, I once spent my free time going down the rabbit hole on social media for hours on end, scrolling past people who I’d probably never meet in real life. This is your sign to delete those apps for a while. 
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Like many of you, I once spent my free time going down the rabbit hole on social media for hours on end, scrolling past people who I’d probably never meet in real life. This is your sign to delete those apps for a while. 
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When one social media platform gives way to another, those forgotten spaces on the internet become ever more alive.
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When one social media platform gives way to another, those forgotten spaces on the internet become ever more alive.
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Reach for those Koss Porta Pros, sweaters and Doc Martens, and embrace the gloom.
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Reach for those Koss Porta Pros, sweaters and Doc Martens, and embrace the gloom.
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When my world gets too overwhelming, I like to imagine I’m with Chanel underwater, swimming with the fish where, momentarily, nothing really matters. I remind myself that while scrolling through my depressing Twitter feed past midnight on midterm week may make life seem dull and hopeless, there is still so much joy and beauty in the world. 
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When my world gets too overwhelming, I like to imagine I’m with Chanel underwater, swimming with the fish where, momentarily, nothing really matters. I remind myself that while scrolling through my depressing Twitter feed past midnight on midterm week may make life seem dull and hopeless, there is still so much joy and beauty in the world. 
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Our very lives are a commodity on social media; the content we post is the main unit of consumption. Social media companies profit off of our lives. When you reduce humans into units of consumption, you objectify humanity.
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Our very lives are a commodity on social media; the content we post is the main unit of consumption. Social media companies profit off of our lives. When you reduce humans into units of consumption, you objectify humanity.
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We are so used to this pressured desire to be happy that we don’t realize how we often view our negative emotions as invalid, shameful or wrong. 
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We are so used to this pressured desire to be happy that we don’t realize how we often view our negative emotions as invalid, shameful or wrong. 
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For a generation that grew up surrounded by technology, to be casual is the new cool. But, unlike the early days of social media, casualness now has to be manufactured and calculated.
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For a generation that grew up surrounded by technology, to be casual is the new cool. But, unlike the early days of social media, casualness now has to be manufactured and calculated.
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Attacks on female-identifying political candidates are not alien to UC Berkeley's campus.
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Attacks on female-identifying political candidates are not alien to UC Berkeley's campus.
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Though populated with exasperating vernacular and bleak visual motifs, “Not Okay” chronicles a stimulating tale that leaves audiences entertained, upset and pensive all at once.
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Though populated with exasperating vernacular and bleak visual motifs, “Not Okay” chronicles a stimulating tale that leaves audiences entertained, upset and pensive all at once.
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