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Myths of UC Berkeley debunked

After attending CalSO, we left with our minds full of random myths and legends of UC Berkeley. Many of these legends were never brought up again after the weekend-long orientation, but others haunted UC Berkeley students forever. Despite what your orientation leader may have told you, some of these myths are
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Berkeley Animal Care Services provides pets for adoption including this cat.

Quiz: What pet should you get?

It can get a little lonely in Berkeley sometimes, and we at the Clog know how hard it can be to miss your family pets back home. If you are thinking about getting a new companion for the long nights at college, we advise you take this quiz (and take
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Power ranking: best and worst libraries on campus

The libraries — everyone’s favorite (and sometimes least favorite) places to study. From Moffitt to Morrison, we all crave the feeling of studying in a clean, quiet space of our liking. We at the Clog base our library ranking on three distinct criteria: the most enjoyable library experience, hidden gem
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Innovative ways to work out on campus

If you’re thinking of going to run at the Recreational Sports Facility on a weekday night, don’t go. You won’t find a machine. If you’re thinking of going to run at the RSF on a weekend night, don’t go. You won’t find a machine. Basically, any time that you want
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Quiz: What candy heart message are you?

It’s Valentine’s Day, Bears. While we at the Clog will be out performing Real Investigative Journalism™ (trying to find every candy heart slogan in the box) instead of going out with our significant others, that doesn’t mean you can’t get into the romantic spirit. Thanks to our tireless work, we’ve
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Textbooks (and dignity) for sale

“That’ll be $125.63,” the robber baron working at Copy Central says, clearly unfazed by the blatant theft they’re carrying out. After attempting and failing to veil our complete shock at the gross injustice before us, we instinctively look around to see if anyone’s called the police to report the robbery
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