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Power ranking: shittiest buildings on campus

UC Berkeley may be an elite institution, but it does have some pretty shitty buildings. We at the Clog have hand-picked the worst of them all, not only to call attention to the issue, but also to celebrate the imperfect-yet-lovable buildings that populate our campus. The buildings will be ranked according
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End of the semester bucketlist

As the semester is drawing to a close, the bucket list you made months ago when a 4.0 still seemed possible and a new workout regime seemed easy is still collecting dust next to forgotten bids and dreams underneath your bed. So, we at the Clog decided to come up with a
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Students respond to campus construction projects

The recent construction sites around campus intend to better telecommunication lines to improve Internet access and data service across campus. Two students share their opinions about these new construction projects.

Build for Telegraph’s sake

Telegraph Avenue is historic, colorful and homely. The city of Berkeley has mounted several efforts to clean it, light it and attract business to it. No small effort with balloons tied to it is going to be enough to improve the image of a street that is still dotted with burned-out buildings and darkened storefronts. The initial period of construction will be noisy and ugly, but these are only the growing pains of improvement. For this trouble, local businesses can expect improved foot traffic and better curb appeal in the neighborhood.
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The slow death of Eshleman Hall

After months of sitting and gathering mounds of dust that would make your dryer lint look like a mere speck, the emptied hull formerly known as Eshleman Hall is now ready to be brought down to the ground. Upon returning for the spring semester in the waning days of January,
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