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Tailless squirrel captures hearts, minds of campus community

Breaking news: The UC Berkeley campus community is in uproar over the discovery of a tailless squirrel in the wooded area of campus between LeConte Hall and the Faculty Club. Unlike most squirrels, this animal — affectionately nicknamed “Stumpy” by the campus community — bears not a tail, but a furred stump
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Conway, the black and white boxer mix

More pet hugs at UC Berkeley

We always seem to feel weighted down by the dreaded stresses of school. Who cares that we fail to face a snowmageddon quite similar to that of our comrades in the Northeast, or that unlike our quarter system sidekicks, we don’t even yet have midterms to blame for our ever-increasing blood
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