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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Housing 2020

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Editors' Note: Bears in the house

To build a home — regardless of the size, the location or the people you live with — is not an easy feat, especially when you also have to deal with the stress of being a UC Berkeley student.

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“Don’t take 8 a.m. classes.” “Start drinking coffee.” “Don’t live with your best friend.”
“Don’t take 8 a.m. classes.” “Start drinking coffee.” “Don’t live with your best friend.”
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hree years ago, members of The Daily Californian interviewed five campus freshmen about their housing situations and checked in with them every year following. This year, the Daily Cal re-interviewed the five students, now campus seniors on the brink of graduation, for the last time in this series to find out what they have learned over the past four years.
hree years ago, members of The Daily Californian interviewed five campus freshmen about their housing situations and checked in with them every year following. This year, the Daily Cal re-interviewed the five students, now campus seniors on the brink of graduation, for the last time in this series to find out what they have learned over the past four years.
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As plans were crystalizing, I ran through the sexy checklist in my head: Clean the room, brush your teeth, shower, put on nice cologne, start spinning that vinyl record and text your roommates.
As plans were crystalizing, I ran through the sexy checklist in my head: Clean the room, brush your teeth, shower, put on nice cologne, start spinning that vinyl record and text your roommates.
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To build a home — regardless of the size, the location or the people you live with — is not an easy feat, especially when you also have to deal with the stress of being a UC Berkeley student.
featured article
To build a home — regardless of the size, the location or the people you live with — is not an easy feat, especially when you also have to deal with the stress of being a UC Berkeley student.
featured article
“Don’t take 8 a.m. classes.” “Start drinking coffee.” “Don’t live with your best friend.”
featured article
“Don’t take 8 a.m. classes.” “Start drinking coffee.” “Don’t live with your best friend.”
featured article
hree years ago, members of The Daily Californian interviewed five campus freshmen about their housing situations and checked in with them every year following. This year, the Daily Cal re-interviewed the five students, now campus seniors on the brink of graduation, for the last time in this series to find out what they have learned over the past four years.
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hree years ago, members of The Daily Californian interviewed five campus freshmen about their housing situations and checked in with them every year following. This year, the Daily Cal re-interviewed the five students, now campus seniors on the brink of graduation, for the last time in this series to find out what they have learned over the past four years.
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As plans were crystalizing, I ran through the sexy checklist in my head: Clean the room, brush your teeth, shower, put on nice cologne, start spinning that vinyl record and text your roommates.
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As plans were crystalizing, I ran through the sexy checklist in my head: Clean the room, brush your teeth, shower, put on nice cologne, start spinning that vinyl record and text your roommates.
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Look, we’ve all been here before. It’s late. I’ve spent all night grinding — maybe it was in the library, maybe it was on someone else — and now I’ve stumbled home.
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Look, we’ve all been here before. It’s late. I’ve spent all night grinding — maybe it was in the library, maybe it was on someone else — and now I’ve stumbled home.
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Between security deposits, potential evictions and rent increases, moving into a new unit can be stressful, and necessitates navigating national, state, and municipal laws around tenant rights. This guide, with information specific to Berkeley, can help with that — here are some things to look out for.
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Between security deposits, potential evictions and rent increases, moving into a new unit can be stressful, and necessitates navigating national, state, and municipal laws around tenant rights. This guide, with information specific to Berkeley, can help with that — here are some things to look out for.
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It’s crazy to believe that we are in the midst of midterm season, swarming in the constant rush of wrapping up our academic year and planning for the summer.
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It’s crazy to believe that we are in the midst of midterm season, swarming in the constant rush of wrapping up our academic year and planning for the summer.
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I live with my mom in the same Richmond house that I have lived in my entire life. I have walked the same streets, gone to the same stores and seen the same neighbors every day for as long as I can remember.
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I live with my mom in the same Richmond house that I have lived in my entire life. I have walked the same streets, gone to the same stores and seen the same neighbors every day for as long as I can remember.
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I’ve never really gotten along with other girls my age. Considering that I grew up as the only girl in my family until I was about 10, this doesn’t really surprise me. The prospect of having to live with other girls never really came to mind until I stepped into my Unit 1 triple freshman year. 
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I’ve never really gotten along with other girls my age. Considering that I grew up as the only girl in my family until I was about 10, this doesn’t really surprise me. The prospect of having to live with other girls never really came to mind until I stepped into my Unit 1 triple freshman year. 
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