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October 2015

How to Look Like a Berkeley Student

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After my first month here at Cal I have noticed a few things about our collective style choices. There are a few Berkeley staples that I will venture to say at least 90% of us are guilty of wearing once or twice in a blue moon. Fitting in overall at a school with over 40,000 students is one thing, but broadcasting what niche you have settled into here at Cal is another. Apart from a few universal wardrobe fixtures really blending in with the golden bears takes a little bit more nuance. This is the #1 PUBLIC UNIVERSITY IN THE WORLD after all.

To kick off this unofficial, and un-credentialed fashion guide let’s start with the basics.

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How Important is Microfinance Really?

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By Jacinta Lu, 2nd year, Pre-Haas with GPP minor

If you’ve been following EthiCAL for a while, you’ve probably read countless blurbs and pitches briefly summarizing what microfinance is in relation to EthiCAL’s mission. If you are a Berkeley student and have had the lovely experience of being flyered to by an EthiCAL sales or marketing associate, you’ve probably heard something along the lines of:CONCEPT4PNG Read More

Why EthiCAL?

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By Vanessa Kim, 1st year, Pre-Haas

EthiCAL.

You may have heard of us through flyers on Sproul, social media, or perhaps a club you are associated with has ordered shirts from us before.

Or maybe, you’ve never heard of us.

So here’s a post for those of you who want to make a difference in other people’s lives but don’t know who we are or what we’re about. Read More