BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 25, 2022

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As I wrap up the third week of the semester as a UC Berkeley senior, I am starting to bear the feeling that studying sociology is hard.
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As I wrap up the third week of the semester as a UC Berkeley senior, I am starting to bear the feeling that studying sociology is hard.
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Packed into this equation is the obligation I feel to live up to the rankings, but more than anything, to the legacy of those who have made it possible for me to know what career I want to pursue and actively go for it.
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Packed into this equation is the obligation I feel to live up to the rankings, but more than anything, to the legacy of those who have made it possible for me to know what career I want to pursue and actively go for it.
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Working as a graduate student at UC Berkeley, one of the top public research institutions in the world, can seem like a dream. Yet, for some, that dream can be tarnished when faced with the reality of campus working conditions amidst the costs of living in one of the world’s most expensive cities. 
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Working as a graduate student at UC Berkeley, one of the top public research institutions in the world, can seem like a dream. Yet, for some, that dream can be tarnished when faced with the reality of campus working conditions amidst the costs of living in one of the world’s most expensive cities. 
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UC Berkeley sophomore Soha Manzoor is representing Elevate Cal in her campaign for ASUC Senate in the upcoming April election.
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UC Berkeley sophomore Soha Manzoor is representing Elevate Cal in her campaign for ASUC Senate in the upcoming April election.
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Loomis expressed certainty that his neighbors were performing some kind of test of his greed, or maybe gauging his trustworthiness.
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Loomis expressed certainty that his neighbors were performing some kind of test of his greed, or maybe gauging his trustworthiness.
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Embarrassment is actually one of the most powerful ways of forging human connection. We seem to have a wonderful instinct to share feelings of humiliation.
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Embarrassment is actually one of the most powerful ways of forging human connection. We seem to have a wonderful instinct to share feelings of humiliation.
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Arlie Russell Hochschild, a professor emerita of sociology at UC Berkeley, perfectly explains the extra effort needed to confront perceived anxiousness and stress. This International Women's Day, recognize the ways emotional labor permeates your day-to-day life, and take a moment to honor the various innovations that women in academia have discovered.
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Arlie Russell Hochschild, a professor emerita of sociology at UC Berkeley, perfectly explains the extra effort needed to confront perceived anxiousness and stress. This International Women's Day, recognize the ways emotional labor permeates your day-to-day life, and take a moment to honor the various innovations that women in academia have discovered.
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With two other colleagues, Harding gathered data from roughly 11,000 former state prisoners in Michigan who were released in 2003, 22 of whom they continuously followed up on for three years. They wanted to make readers aware of the various plights prisoners face in their process of rejoining society.
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With two other colleagues, Harding gathered data from roughly 11,000 former state prisoners in Michigan who were released in 2003, 22 of whom they continuously followed up on for three years. They wanted to make readers aware of the various plights prisoners face in their process of rejoining society.
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So whether you’re a senior or freshman, we encourage you to consider taking these unique and enlightening classes during your spring semester at UC Berkeley
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So whether you’re a senior or freshman, we encourage you to consider taking these unique and enlightening classes during your spring semester at UC Berkeley
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William Satariano, director of undergraduate health programs at the School of Public Health and campus professor of epidemiology and community health sciences, died May 28 at the John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek after a long battle with lymphoma. Satariano was 70.
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William Satariano, director of undergraduate health programs at the School of Public Health and campus professor of epidemiology and community health sciences, died May 28 at the John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek after a long battle with lymphoma. Satariano was 70.
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