BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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After about a semester-long departure from campus, former chancellor Nicholas Dirks makes his return to campus — for some not-so-awaited — as a history professor this spring semester.
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After about a semester-long departure from campus, former chancellor Nicholas Dirks makes his return to campus — for some not-so-awaited — as a history professor this spring semester.
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Carl Schorske, a professor remembered fondly for his charismatic lectures, dedication to his students and his genius in the discipline of history, died last Sunday at the age of 100.
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Carl Schorske, a professor remembered fondly for his charismatic lectures, dedication to his students and his genius in the discipline of history, died last Sunday at the age of 100.
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Taming the trouser snake, frosting the pie, unlocking the chamber of secrets, battling the purple-headed yogurt slinger — we all know what these phrases really mean. It’s been around since human beings first realized hands could be useful for something other than high-fiving and biting one’s thumb in insult.
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Taming the trouser snake, frosting the pie, unlocking the chamber of secrets, battling the purple-headed yogurt slinger — we all know what these phrases really mean. It’s been around since human beings first realized hands could be useful for something other than high-fiving and biting one’s thumb in insult.
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