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The Berkeley Beacon

Ana Sophia Garcia-Cubas Assemat

Ana Sophia Garcia-Cubas Assemat, Copyeditor

Ana Sophia Garcia-Cubas Assemat (they/she) is a junior Writing, Literature, and Publishing major from Tijuana, Mexico. She serves as part of the copyediting team at The Beacon, and occasionally writes for the Opinion section as a Correspondent. Their work mostly centers on Mexican culture and social issues that impact Emerson students.

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Beyond protests—ways to get involved in social movements

October 12, 2022

We all know how it goes. Something bad happens (again). A shooting. A hurricane. A new way to restrict reproductive rights. We get filled with that nauseating combination of anger and helplessness....

This just in: Many can’t afford to pay thousands of dollars to do unpaid labor!

This just in: Many can’t afford to pay thousands of dollars to do unpaid labor!

September 17, 2022

It is the summer of 2022 and I’ve just gotten an internship—unpaid—at a literary review magazine. While an unpaid internship was by no means my best-case scenario, it is better than the internship-less...

Although we already live in a digital age, the pandemic made us even more reliant on technology than ever before.

The need for digital knowledge is more important than ever

March 6, 2021

We’ve all heard the short explanation for how computers work: ones and zeroes. There is electricity involved, algorithms, and some processing units that allow us to carry more technology in our backpacks...

As much as the game itself may have been disappointing, how many events like this have truly felt right since the start of this pandemic?

Superbowl traditions this year just weren’t the same

February 13, 2021

The general sentiment of last Sunday’s Super Bowl seems to be ‘disappointment.’ Many viewers felt the game itself was boring for the standards of a Super Bowl, with a lackluster game and a referee...

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The missing half: The reality of Mexico’s femicide crisis

February 3, 2021

Content warning: This Op-ed discusses topics of domestic violence, murder, sexual assault, and gender-based violence.  On Mar. 9 of last year, millions of women carried out one of the largest protests...

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