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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 19, 2023

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My baseline of existence as a brown woman isn’t scruffy, it’s silky. Just like my underwear isn’t black. It’s polka dotted. But it still protects me just the same. My activism doesn’t have to come only in choking out my worst experiences. It can also be chucking over them.
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My baseline of existence as a brown woman isn’t scruffy, it’s silky. Just like my underwear isn’t black. It’s polka dotted. But it still protects me just the same. My activism doesn’t have to come only in choking out my worst experiences. It can also be chucking over them.
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My first kiss should have been an innocent moment with the boy I spent my freshman year of high school crushing on. But instead, it released your memory.
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My first kiss should have been an innocent moment with the boy I spent my freshman year of high school crushing on. But instead, it released your memory.
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Do I deserve to call this violence? Was I harmed? Am I entitled to the language of hurt if I let the hurt happen to me? What does “let” mean?
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Do I deserve to call this violence? Was I harmed? Am I entitled to the language of hurt if I let the hurt happen to me? What does “let” mean?
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From the very beginning, the poignant, witty "The Burn Zone" is self-aware. On the surface the book appears to be slowly answering that very question with every detail Linnell reveals about her turbulent childhood, rough adolescence and wayward-soul adulthood.
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From the very beginning, the poignant, witty "The Burn Zone" is self-aware. On the surface the book appears to be slowly answering that very question with every detail Linnell reveals about her turbulent childhood, rough adolescence and wayward-soul adulthood.
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Florence and the Machine’s new album High As Hope relies primarily on Florence Welch’s vocalization, so even though the album has been described as a more stripped-down version of her sound, the effect is still incredibly rich.
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Florence and the Machine’s new album High As Hope relies primarily on Florence Welch’s vocalization, so even though the album has been described as a more stripped-down version of her sound, the effect is still incredibly rich.
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I used to see abuse as shouting matches and physical violence, and, thus could never imagine myself being a victim.
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I used to see abuse as shouting matches and physical violence, and, thus could never imagine myself being a victim.
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In times of distress, male rats, much like humans, enjoy snuggling and hanging out with each other, according to a recent study by campus researchers Elizabeth Kirby and Sandra Muroy.
In times of distress, male rats, much like humans, enjoy snuggling and hanging out with each other, according to a recent study by campus researchers Elizabeth Kirby and Sandra Muroy.