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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

Year! Review! Read our 2022 Year in Retrospect Issue!
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I came back to Berkeley after almost 17 months of doing my “study abroad” during the pandemic. Despite the strange transition period, I’m grateful to finally be back.
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I came back to Berkeley after almost 17 months of doing my “study abroad” during the pandemic. Despite the strange transition period, I’m grateful to finally be back.
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Pretty much everyone who went to school during the COVID-19 pandemic understands remote learning. How many of these experiences can you relate to?
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Pretty much everyone who went to school during the COVID-19 pandemic understands remote learning. How many of these experiences can you relate to?
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The ending of my freshman year was about as anticlimactic as me closing my laptop, but I did feel slightly relieved that a part of it was over. Yet with this relief, I realized that one crucial emotion was missing: pride.
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The ending of my freshman year was about as anticlimactic as me closing my laptop, but I did feel slightly relieved that a part of it was over. Yet with this relief, I realized that one crucial emotion was missing: pride.
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Sadly, none of these potential nominees will win on Sunday. However, they can be the real winners in our hearts, no matter what the academy says.
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Sadly, none of these potential nominees will win on Sunday. However, they can be the real winners in our hearts, no matter what the academy says.
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At any introduction, hearing the leader utter “tell us a fun fact about yourself!” triggers our fight-or-flight response. What even is a “fun” fact anyways?
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At any introduction, hearing the leader utter “tell us a fun fact about yourself!” triggers our fight-or-flight response. What even is a “fun” fact anyways?
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These voids of stillness on Zoom don't have to be all that uncomfortable. Instead of cringing at the silence, we can learn to embrace it.
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These voids of stillness on Zoom don't have to be all that uncomfortable. Instead of cringing at the silence, we can learn to embrace it.
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As a species, humans' natural habitat has become the chairs that we're surrounded by all day long — and more specifically, one singular chair.
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As a species, humans' natural habitat has become the chairs that we're surrounded by all day long — and more specifically, one singular chair.
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I never thought I’d find myself missing those slow, gloomy days in Berkeley when I had no classes but was driven by the mission of getting as much homework and studying done as possible in one day.
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I never thought I’d find myself missing those slow, gloomy days in Berkeley when I had no classes but was driven by the mission of getting as much homework and studying done as possible in one day.
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As we sit back down at our desks and open up our computers once again, here is why we believe the spring semester is objectively better than the fall.
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As we sit back down at our desks and open up our computers once again, here is why we believe the spring semester is objectively better than the fall.
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This year has been apocalyptic, to say the least, but if nothing else, we've seen the production of some snazzy 2020-themed merch.
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This year has been apocalyptic, to say the least, but if nothing else, we've seen the production of some snazzy 2020-themed merch.
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