When in South Korea, eat American

kim chi

The Clog went to Korea (South if you were wondering) for a little cultural immersion. We didn’t speak the language or know what sites to see — we were just hungry. The only Korean food we had heard of prior to our visit was that of Korean barbecue and kim
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Crime in Berkeley: July 1 — July 5

The following is a sample of crime in Berkeley from July 1 — July 5, provided by the Berkeley Police Department. Vandalism — 2200 Block of Dwight Way  On July 1, at approximately 9:56 p.m., vandalism was reported in the 2200 block of Dwight Way.  It was reported that two
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Coughlin stars in SportsCenter commercial

Natalie Coughlin has set world records, won gold medals, and competed on Dancing with the Stars. Now the 11-time Olympic medalist can add one more line to her resume: acting. The 2005 Cal alum took part in a SportsCenter ad titled “Silver and Gold,” which shows the Olympian reprehending a
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Cal men's basketball coach Mike Montgomery's contract was extended two years through the 2015-16 season on Monday.

Montgomery signed through 2015-16

Mike Montgomery isn’t going anywhere. The head coach of the Cal men’s basketball team agreed to a two-year contract extension through the 2015-16 season, according to a press release Monday. “Mike is a proven winner as a coach on the basketball court and as a mentor in developing our student-athletes
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Best moments of the Calympics

Cal athletes have been winning Olympic medals since 1920. Though this is far from a complete list of every notable Olympic event, we look back on some of the biggest moments for Cal’s Olympians in the last few years.

Cal athletes have been winning Olympic medals since 1920. Though this is far from a complete list of every notable Olympic event, we look back on some of the biggest moments for Cal’s Olympians in the last few years.
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Break the ice

UNIVERSITY ISSUES: A plan to freeze tuition at first-year rates has positive intentions but is a poor solution that could do more harm than good.

There’s a difference between theory and reality. In theory, UC Irvine alumnus Chris Campbell’s plan to freeze undergraduate public college tuition at first-year rates is good. But in reality, the plan won’t work, and could very well do more harm than good. Freezing tuition does not address the real problem: the state government.
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Fall from grace

HIGHER EDUCATION: The federal government’s removal of the six-month interest grace period for student loans is detrimental and far-reaching.

Students have good news and bad news. Let’s start with the good news. On June 29, Congress reached an agreement to keep student loan interest rates at 3.4 percent, two days before they were scheduled to double. Then there’s the bad news. The federal government is removing the six-month interest grace period for student loans, undergraduate and graduate, and will no longer cover interest on graduate student loans.
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