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What is Close Reading?

Berkeley Connect English students explore close reading (and Wheeler Hall!) in last week’s small groups Last week, Berkeley Connect English focused on an important topic – close reading! I had the chance to sit in on one of the small groups being mentored by graduate student Sarah Mangin as they explored the art of close […]

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“How I Learned to Love History” Panel

History professors explore their love of history & its importance in our lives “When did you stop worrying and learn to love history?” Professor Jonathan Sheehan, Director of Berkeley Connect History asked, beginning an incredibly informative two-hour panel with History professors Mary Elizabeth Berry, James Vernon, and Caitlin Rosenthal. The secret, according to Professor Berry: […]

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The Building That Made Me Want To Be An Architect

Architecture professors reveal what inspire them. Professor Chow asks students to describe this image. What do you see? On February 6th, the Berkeley Connect in Architecture program invited Department Chair Tom Buresh and Associate Dean Renee Chow to answer a simple question – what building made them want to be an architect. But the answers […]

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Architecture says goodbye!

Berkeley Connect Architecture gathered together one final time to say goodbye to a great semester. Students, mentors, and Berkeley Connect Architecture faculty shared their experiences over holiday snacks and pizza! Students also signed a Berkeley Connect yearbook on the wall, leaving thank you notes for mentors and drawing/writing their favorite moments of the semester.

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