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BERKELEY'S NEWS • MARCH 31, 2023

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When we considered doing long distance, I was reluctant. I didn’t want us to waste each other’s time in pursuit of an empty “maybe.”
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When we considered doing long distance, I was reluctant. I didn’t want us to waste each other’s time in pursuit of an empty “maybe.”
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I was sitting in Portuguese 103 one dreary winter day last semester when it occurred to me — and this thought was not in English, but in the Portuguese-Spanish cocktail pseudo-dialect known as “Portunhol” — that I was, in that moment, a visitor to the Portuguese language.
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I was sitting in Portuguese 103 one dreary winter day last semester when it occurred to me — and this thought was not in English, but in the Portuguese-Spanish cocktail pseudo-dialect known as “Portunhol” — that I was, in that moment, a visitor to the Portuguese language.
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When Yo-Yo Ma enters a venue, the reaction is immediate. The 62-year-old cellist is synonymous with classical music itself, and even after decades of recording is still at the forefront of his craft.
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When Yo-Yo Ma enters a venue, the reaction is immediate. The 62-year-old cellist is synonymous with classical music itself, and even after decades of recording is still at the forefront of his craft.
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In recent years, the demand for good teachers has outpaced the supply of new teachers. Nevertheless, I have decided to double major in mathematics and Spanish while also completing a minor in math and science education.
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In recent years, the demand for good teachers has outpaced the supply of new teachers. Nevertheless, I have decided to double major in mathematics and Spanish while also completing a minor in math and science education.
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And while my dad couldn’t control the balance of my facial features, he did give me the one concrete thing he could — his mother’s name, Hafsa, and his family name, Tatah. He gave them to me so I was always aware of the family I was a part of and had something to show for it.
And while my dad couldn’t control the balance of my facial features, he did give me the one concrete thing he could — his mother’s name, Hafsa, and his family name, Tatah. He gave them to me so I was always aware of the family I was a part of and had something to show for it.
Sra. Lyons' contradictory energy, both welcoming and ready to kick my ass, left me awestruck as I scratched lessons on the subjunctive tense into my notes.
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Sra. Lyons' contradictory energy, both welcoming and ready to kick my ass, left me awestruck as I scratched lessons on the subjunctive tense into my notes.
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Historically, nobody has cared about those rules unless in relation to heirs closer to the throne.
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Historically, nobody has cared about those rules unless in relation to heirs closer to the throne.
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Much like the classic time-traveling series, “The Trip” films have lessened in quality with each sequel.
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Much like the classic time-traveling series, “The Trip” films have lessened in quality with each sequel.
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Regardless of their origin or filling, burritos are the perfect drunchie, munchie, sunset food and/or full on meal. Never forget your salsa!
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Regardless of their origin or filling, burritos are the perfect drunchie, munchie, sunset food and/or full on meal. Never forget your salsa!
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Something about Bieber’s “Despacito” calls us to remove ourselves from the song’s catchiness and ponder a more serious qualm.
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Something about Bieber’s “Despacito” calls us to remove ourselves from the song’s catchiness and ponder a more serious qualm.
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