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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 17, 2023

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After returning home for winter break, I began to notice that college culture was wildly different in British colleges. Here are eight things that shocked me about British universities as a UC Berkeley student. 
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After returning home for winter break, I began to notice that college culture was wildly different in British colleges. Here are eight things that shocked me about British universities as a UC Berkeley student. 
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I projected my desire to experience change onto a wilderness that is fundamentally not that disparate to my own.
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I projected my desire to experience change onto a wilderness that is fundamentally not that disparate to my own.
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Cry with your nose. Smile with your nose. Think with your nose. Smell is the most articulate language of emotion.
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Cry with your nose. Smile with your nose. Think with your nose. Smell is the most articulate language of emotion.
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Like a sculptor at a marble block, I’d expected the chips of those less close to gather at my feet, revealing a statue of “true” friends at the core.
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Like a sculptor at a marble block, I’d expected the chips of those less close to gather at my feet, revealing a statue of “true” friends at the core.
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I’m an only child with two lesbian mothers, but I attended a boys’ school for most of my life. From as early as I can remember, school was a male space and the home was a female space.
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I’m an only child with two lesbian mothers, but I attended a boys’ school for most of my life. From as early as I can remember, school was a male space and the home was a female space.
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Upon reaching my bathroom on Thursday, I realized that the tube was now a wrinkled shell. The toothpaste was finished and I almost burst into tears.
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Upon reaching my bathroom on Thursday, I realized that the tube was now a wrinkled shell. The toothpaste was finished and I almost burst into tears.
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Our local Berkeley alley is now “dodgy,” not sketchy; elevators are labeled as “lifts;” American friends use “bloody” and “bum” in place of ruder options.
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Our local Berkeley alley is now “dodgy,” not sketchy; elevators are labeled as “lifts;” American friends use “bloody” and “bum” in place of ruder options.
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For so long, I had looked inwards at America from the outside. Yet now that I’m across the border, it seems that I am still not “in” America.
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For so long, I had looked inwards at America from the outside. Yet now that I’m across the border, it seems that I am still not “in” America.
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Though canceling all student debt would be a bold step, it is vital that the government address the inequities the current system perpetuates.
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Though canceling all student debt would be a bold step, it is vital that the government address the inequities the current system perpetuates.
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