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Rest in pieces

Overconsumption

The first time I saw her was just after graduation. My sorority house was abandoned as women fled home for the summer. In their wake was the little yellow Mason jar, left abandoned in the drying rack of the kitchen.
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Quiz: Should you put your dorm room on Airbnb?

Are you strapped for cash? Are your roommates out of town for the weekend? Are you fine with strangers rifling through your stuff? If so, we at the Clog have a suggestion for you — put your dorm on Airbnb! Take this quiz to find out if renting out your
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What does your water bottle say about you?

UC Berkeley students are an incredibly diverse bunch. We hail from every U.S. state and from many countries around the world. We represent many majors, races and identities. One thing that we all have in common, however, are our water bottles. For the long treks uphill, to and through campus, every UC
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Guide to housing options in Berkeley

You’ve finally answered to the dreaded question of “what college are you going to?” and thought that the most difficult parts of your decision-making process were over, but you’ll soon learn that a few new questions will arise to haunt your days. You’ll have to start thinking about where to
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Pistachio talks eclectic inspirations, upcoming tour

After playing shows at the Berkeley Sailing Clubs and local co-op scene, the Berkeley-based trio Pistachio, comprised of guitarist Antony D’Avirro, bassist Devin Hollister and drummer Zach Briefer, garnered lots of positive buzz for their suave, smooth style, combining hints of reggae and funk to create catchy rock tunes. Touring
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Rooms of Berkeley

Throughout our time in Berkeley, we will more than likely inhabit three different rooms. The transient space is ours and for just a short time, however, becomes our home. The old homecoming photos and posters can serve as the only place of consistency and familiarity in the whirl of new faces and experiences.
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You can’t leave college disease-free

Safe, Sane and Consensual

If only we could leave college unscathed. We’d stroll out between the green pillars of Sather Gate as perfect specimens of sparkling, shiny, well-versed 20-somethings ready to tackle a world with its arms spread wide to embrace us. Unfortunately, the all-nighters and Adderall binges, the romantic misadventures and alcohol-fueled mishaps,
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