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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 22, 2023

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If you’ve ever gone to a public school, then you are probably aware of school-funded programs you can download. These programs are typically very useful and important devices to succeed in an academic environment.
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If you’ve ever gone to a public school, then you are probably aware of school-funded programs you can download. These programs are typically very useful and important devices to succeed in an academic environment.
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I struggle with openness. Writing something with my name on it puts a face to the words, experiences and emotions I express in the piece. Sharing my awkward personality with others, whether it be on paper or in my day-to-day interactions, makes me feel exposed.
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I struggle with openness. Writing something with my name on it puts a face to the words, experiences and emotions I express in the piece. Sharing my awkward personality with others, whether it be on paper or in my day-to-day interactions, makes me feel exposed.
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DeCals are one of the hallmarks of UC Berkeley’s curriculum: these student-run courses provide a platform for students to explore their interests and develop new ones.
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DeCals are one of the hallmarks of UC Berkeley’s curriculum: these student-run courses provide a platform for students to explore their interests and develop new ones.
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“Megabytes!” has a clear target audience — adults over the age of 40. For anyone else, the problems addressed in each number seem distant and outdated.
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“Megabytes!” has a clear target audience — adults over the age of 40. For anyone else, the problems addressed in each number seem distant and outdated.
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This article has since been retracted due to an instance of self-plagiarism. We are currently investigating how this occurred and will publish an editor’s note in regard to the situation. The Daily Californian does not tolerate plagiarism or self-plagiarism in any form and holds itself to the highest standards of journalistic integrity. If you have any questions or concerns please email me at [email protected].
This article has since been retracted due to an instance of self-plagiarism. We are currently investigating how this occurred and will publish an editor’s note in regard to the situation. The Daily Californian does not tolerate plagiarism or self-plagiarism in any form and holds itself to the highest standards of journalistic integrity. If you have any questions or concerns please email me at [email protected].
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