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After Virtual Year, BC Runners Return to the Marathon
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After Virtual Year, BC Runners Return to the Marathon

“But it was honestly so fun, I had so much adrenaline from it, because I kind of conserved my energy from Heartbreak Hill to zoom down Comm. Ave.,” Yee said. “I loved seeing everyone, my friends started running down Comm. Ave. with me and just cheering and yelling, and then I was going over to everyone’s like clapping hands and everything.”

Cheng Channels Life Experiences Into Young Adult Novel
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Cheng Channels Life Experiences Into Young Adult Novel

“As many struggling with eating disorders or disordered eating might relate, the quarantine definitely complicated my relationship with food and with my body, since I was stuck at home with food around me all the time,” Cheng said. “Writing Unglamored was a therapeutic way for me to put my emotions on paper, as well as to reflect on my past experiences and write about mental health.”

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