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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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When you’re going through the exciting, intimidating or mundane process of injecting for hormone replacement therapy, you may notice your mind wandering.
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When you’re going through the exciting, intimidating or mundane process of injecting for hormone replacement therapy, you may notice your mind wandering.
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Sometimes malapropisms purely spark confusion and a lack of cohesion and understanding, but there’s a sweet synthesis for me between malapropisms and the literalness of the German language.
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Sometimes malapropisms purely spark confusion and a lack of cohesion and understanding, but there’s a sweet synthesis for me between malapropisms and the literalness of the German language.
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Although copy editors can edit out blatant lies and ugly slurs in the articles we're given, here are some things we don’t fact-check: framing and omission.
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Although copy editors can edit out blatant lies and ugly slurs in the articles we're given, here are some things we don’t fact-check: framing and omission.
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Punctuation marks are pretty objective in their purpose within the world of written (and spoken) language. But in an age dominated by the internet, memes and the universal need for speed, these marks have evolved into characters of their own.
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Punctuation marks are pretty objective in their purpose within the world of written (and spoken) language. But in an age dominated by the internet, memes and the universal need for speed, these marks have evolved into characters of their own.
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In June, a copypasta was born. A Reddit user pleaded, “Don't say ‘UCB’ when referring to Berkeley” and faced near-instant meme backlash from students.
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In June, a copypasta was born. A Reddit user pleaded, “Don't say ‘UCB’ when referring to Berkeley” and faced near-instant meme backlash from students.
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Originally used for military and personal secrets, cryptograms are puzzles that contain a short piece of text encrypted by a cipher. Here’s a short guide on how to crack them using trends in the English language.
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Originally used for military and personal secrets, cryptograms are puzzles that contain a short piece of text encrypted by a cipher. Here’s a short guide on how to crack them using trends in the English language.
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While language may seem to change rather quickly, toponyms, or place names, tend to last. People often care deeply about them, making them so entrenched in the culture of a place that they can outlive whole civilizations.
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While language may seem to change rather quickly, toponyms, or place names, tend to last. People often care deeply about them, making them so entrenched in the culture of a place that they can outlive whole civilizations.
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Acronyms make our writing more concise. But, some are now so common that they’re often used improperly, adjacent to words that make the phrase redundant.
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Acronyms make our writing more concise. But, some are now so common that they’re often used improperly, adjacent to words that make the phrase redundant.
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Learning musical notation, while similar to learning how to read and write your first words, has instrumental benefits to language development and cognitive functions.
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Learning musical notation, while similar to learning how to read and write your first words, has instrumental benefits to language development and cognitive functions.
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Semantic satiation is a linguistic oddity, and the lack of a solution makes it even more so. Let's delve into the psychological explanation behind it.
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Semantic satiation is a linguistic oddity, and the lack of a solution makes it even more so. Let's delve into the psychological explanation behind it.
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