A week in events: 10/5-10/9

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Around this time in the semester, it’s easy to become so entrenched in schoolwork and the midterm daze that we forget that there is, in fact, life outside of class. Not only is there life, but Berkeley is always throwing down some truly righteous events. From guest speakers to concerts to
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Students, community members react to group living ordinance

More than 100 students attended a Berkeley City Council special work session Tuesday to protest an ordinance that would place additional regulations on mini-dorms and group living accommodations. Contact Lita Kittisrikangwan at [email protected]


Catching up with Troy Bolton

Back when the “High School Musical” trilogy came out, we at the Clog were still in elementary or middle school. So it’s safe to say that we grew up jamming to Sharpay’s beats and cheering on the Wildcats. It was only natural that we ended up going to the school Troy
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Proposed cell phone ordinance unnecessary and uninformed

CITY AFFAIRS: Proposed City Council cell phone ordinance inconsistent with true values of progressivism

Berkeley City Council’s proposed “right to know” ordinance warning consumers about the levels of radiation exposure from cellphones — which got the green light from a federal judge this week after a legal challenge — is an unnecessary precaution supported by shoddy to nonexistent evidence. While similar campaigns focused on
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Interview with YSA Executive Director

Youth Spirits Artwork Executive Director, Sally Hindman, discusses problems within the South Berkeley community and how YSA attempts to tackle these issues via youth job training. Contact Benjamin Vu at [email protected]


Low commitment dates for your Berkeley ‘thing’

We at the Clog would like to remind you that modern dating is very different now than when our parents were young’uns. People no longer date — instead, they “talk,” or, on very special occasions when the stars align just right, they “Netflix and chill.” People no longer refer to their
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