Neil McClintick

Transferring is inherently political

Community-less College

Two years ago, I cried on the steps of De Anza College. I felt ashamed by the realization that I was a part of the single-digit percentage of Cupertino students who ended up going to community college. My internalization of this stigma knew no bounds — I would hide my
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The art of the library flirt

Here at UC Berkeley, students think that they have to put their studies before their social lives. We at the Clog disagree. It’s definitely possible to meet both the love of your life (or your next hookup) and cram for a midterm — just head on over to any library on campus and use our tried-and-true tips to pick up a date at the library.
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Funniest fruits to eat like an apple during class

We’ve all been there. Sitting in class, suddenly getting ravenous, but having nothing to eat except the same boring old apple that’s been in our bag for days. And since we’ve been there too, we know how a single piece of fruit can totally make or break someone’s day. So,
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Pumpkin pie without the politics

It’s Thanksgiving night and you nervously sit down at the table, surrounded by a handful of distant relatives. You already know how dinner is going to play out: appetizers topped with small chat, the main course served with a side of political jabs and dessert that will ultimately go sour
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