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Urban farm acts as a tool for growth

As students file back onto campus this week, classrooms, cafes and Memorial Glade will not be the only places ablaze with student energy — the Student Organic Gardening Association is preparing for a busy semester of hands-on learning and sustainable agriculture. This time last semester, I entered the Student Organic
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Image courtesy of the Berkeley Student Food Collective.

This Saturday: Dinner in the Woods

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, the autumn harvest is here and The Berkeley Student Food Collective (BSFC) is preparing its delicious annual Dinner in the Woods Gala event on campus November 23. The evening will feature a speech by celebrated keynote speaker Eric Holt-Gimenez, a prominent food sustainability activist
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Need a new toothbrush? How about a $500 clothing gift card?

Don’t be alarmed if someone hands you a toothbrush on Thursday. It’s not some in-your-face oral hygiene campaign; it could be your ticket to winning a prize worth a few hundred dollars. On Nov. 14, BeGood Clothing will bring toothbrushes, the Internet and a campuswide scavenger hunt together in an
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Cranberry crumb bar at the Berkeley Student Food Collective. Photo by Josh Escobar.

4 autumn treats around campus

Blackberries, oranges, grapes and walnuts are all in season. Check out these scrumptious treats that you can have for breakfast or during a study break. All of them cost less than $5 and can be found a block from campus! Mixed berry scones at Babette These gluten-free scones, available on
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UC Berkeley guide to back to school

As summer comes to a close, the back-to-school jitters seem to be creeping in on all of us. Whether you’ll be coming to UC Berkeley for the very first time or for your last semester, we at The Daily Clog have some tips and secrets to get you into full
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The Ceasar Chavez Student center sits on the North side of Lower Sproul Plaza.

BSFC cafe on Lower Sproul?

By now, we’ve become quite familiar with the idea that times, they are a changin’. Eshleman’s skeleton has cast a shadow since the summer, and now the construction on Bancroft hinders even the most masterful jaywalker — all reminders that Lower Sproul is about to go through a major makeover.
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Berkeley Student Food Collective offers organic options, including this Bartlett pear. A recent study published by Stanford states that organic produce is no different than regular produce.

Study claims organic food has no health advantages

Stanford University nutritionists released findings that showed nonorganically raised fruits, vegetables, animals and animal products are no less nutritious than organic foods and that they did not have significantly higher pesticide residues.
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