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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 20, 2023

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Speaking and reading in a language is a privilege, one that I hadn’t acknowledged until now. So when I started reading more in Spanish, it no longer felt like a chore. It felt like every time I did, I was making my mother and Aya proud.
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Speaking and reading in a language is a privilege, one that I hadn’t acknowledged until now. So when I started reading more in Spanish, it no longer felt like a chore. It felt like every time I did, I was making my mother and Aya proud.
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I speak English. I speak Hindi too. I think it’s perhaps most accurate to say I speak Hinglish. What does that mean? Well, I suppose I like to intertwine words from both languages, like braiding strands of hair. They come alive, taking on richer meanings, more context. I love my language superpower. I hate it too, sometimes.
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I speak English. I speak Hindi too. I think it’s perhaps most accurate to say I speak Hinglish. What does that mean? Well, I suppose I like to intertwine words from both languages, like braiding strands of hair. They come alive, taking on richer meanings, more context. I love my language superpower. I hate it too, sometimes.
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But as “Chants” progresses, the level of satisfaction gained once the player does begin to decipher the languages is unparalleled. The glyphs aren’t just rapidly generated to fulfill a game mechanic, but the details of the glyphs reflect a level of care and attention to a core facet of the game.
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But as “Chants” progresses, the level of satisfaction gained once the player does begin to decipher the languages is unparalleled. The glyphs aren’t just rapidly generated to fulfill a game mechanic, but the details of the glyphs reflect a level of care and attention to a core facet of the game.
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Nicknames are a great example of connotative meaning in action, as words like “moo” and “potato” mean something different to my family regardless of what they mean in practice.
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Nicknames are a great example of connotative meaning in action, as words like “moo” and “potato” mean something different to my family regardless of what they mean in practice.
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A house and a home are not two extremes. One is not a foil to the other. They lie on the same line — a crooked one.
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A house and a home are not two extremes. One is not a foil to the other. They lie on the same line — a crooked one.
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Python is accessible. It is inclusive, easy to learn and powerful. It has created more jobs than it has automated. It has a strong place in the modern economy, on campus and in my heart. Thank you, Python.
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Python is accessible. It is inclusive, easy to learn and powerful. It has created more jobs than it has automated. It has a strong place in the modern economy, on campus and in my heart. Thank you, Python.
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It took me 20 years to want my culture back. A culture I had so actively sought to lose since middle school. 
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It took me 20 years to want my culture back. A culture I had so actively sought to lose since middle school. 
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Slumber song “sung to infants.” Sing as to lull goodnight. Song spun from “lull” + “good-bye.” From “lull" (verb) as in...
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Slumber song “sung to infants.” Sing as to lull goodnight. Song spun from “lull” + “good-bye.” From “lull" (verb) as in...
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I’m thinking of when you sat on a white blanket with grass peeking through the threads, and you wore a white dress for our special occasion: a conversation.
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I’m thinking of when you sat on a white blanket with grass peeking through the threads, and you wore a white dress for our special occasion: a conversation.
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With every step I’ve taken towards reconciling with my identity, I’ve realized how much there is still to learn — or how much I’ll never be able to learn.
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With every step I’ve taken towards reconciling with my identity, I’ve realized how much there is still to learn — or how much I’ll never be able to learn.
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