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Basketball diaries

Nothing is more therapeutic than attacking the rim or pulling up for a Jimmer-range 3-pointer and hearing the rip of a satisfying swish. Basketball was always my means to destress. Getting on the court and lacing up allows me to get out of my hectic life for a couple of
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Clog’s NBA Finals drinking game

In honor of the NBA Finals matchup between our very own Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Clog has created a drinking game for those of you who enjoy partying with a little basketball on the side. Gather your friends, find your shot glasses and pick your poison. Drink
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Week in events: Feb. 17 – Feb. 22

You took probably too full advantage of your three-day President’s Day weekend. Maybe you went home, or had friends from home come up, or simply hung out with your friends here. In any case, you got no work done, even though midterm season is coming up. We have some events to help
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Week in events: Dec. 15 – Dec. 19

Behold: the last week of the semester before winter break! Despite the fact that you have finals this week, you might still have some free time. If you’re stuck in Berkeley, check out these ways to enjoy the wintry beauty of the Bay Area. Monday, Dec. 15 6:30 p.m.: The
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School first, sports second

We look to the Academic Senate to represent faculty interests in maintaining the integrity of UC Berkeley as first and foremost a site of research and learning. At a campus ranked best public university in the world for its academic quality, academics must come first.
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That awkward moment when your sibling is a Bruin

Just like you and your sibling, UC Berkeley and UCLA have an interesting relationship. This particular UC campus definitely took after its big-sister school. But what can be more awkward than this relationship between sibling schools? Conversations with a sibling who attends the sibling school. Here at the Clog, we
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Requiem for a team in a new town

In 2008, the team I had grown up loving and supporting unconditionally was abruptly uprooted and shipped off to the Bible Belt, never to return. Welcome to the life of a fan of the Seattle SuperSonics. Just one year before, the Sonics had drafted Kevin Durant — the most promising college player since Tim Duncan.
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