Fighting fall

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Giants vs. Dodgers. Coke vs. Pepsi. Ali vs. Frazier. Trump vs. Clinton. History is full of famous rivalries, but the argument surrounding fall is one for the books. We at the Clog think it’s time to settle the great battle between fall lovers and haters once and for all. The
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Getting rid of our school’s debt

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We at the Clog are genuinely worried about our school’s debt. As the No. 1 public university in the world, the least of our worries should be seemingly unrectifiable debt. In our humble opinion, we consider ourselves financial experts, and a few changes here and there could help us get out
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Raincoats vs. Umbrellas

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These past couple of weeks, we at Berkeley have experienced far more than our fair share of rain. A simple walk in between classes involved getting completely soaked from head to toe. The widespread Berkeley campus can lead to some lengthy strolls, which can be quite tranquil in the sunshine,
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Berkeley robbery conspiracy theories uncovered

If you’ve been checking your email the past week, it may seem as though you’re getting more messages from Clery than you are from your parents or even bCourses. During the past week, there have been a series of nine robberies near campus, and as police continue to search for the
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Game Day hacks

We at the Clog can’t wait for yet another Game Day (this time a night game!), and we wanted to make sure that you’re more than ready to enjoy the festivities. Here’s a list of Game Day hacks that’ll leave you to celebrate without any worries. Keys If you’ve ever been the
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Shoes every UC Berkeley student should own

It’s 8 a.m. and as you prepare to make the treacherous climb to your chemistry lecture in Pimentel Hall, you ponder which pair of shoes is fit to bring with you on this perilous journey. This footwear must be nimble enough to dodge demanding fliers on Sproul Plaza, durable enough to wade through
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Peak levels of efficiency

You don’t have to be pre-Haas to know that efficiency is always the end goal. Economics has made the Production Possibility Curve the ultimate promise land, and the two-in-one shampoo and conditioner that’s in our showers proves just how much we covet streamlining day-to-day tasks. To meet the demand of efficiency, we at
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San Francisco

Broke and bored in Berkeley

Being a poor college student can be a struggle in the Bay Area. After Friday classes are done, your heart tells you to go and explore — have fun! Then, you look into your wallet. The hollow hole where money should reside tells you that this will be another weekend
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