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Places to hide on Cal Day

Ah, Cal Day. A well-known annual open house event put on by UC Berkeley, it serves to welcome the community, current students, new admits and their families to the campus. It showcases the campus’s beauty and accomplishments and inspires the minds of anyone and everyone that attends. It also serves
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Stuck in Berkeley for break

Empty cafes, a lonely Sproul Plaza and a complete lack of flyerers, uncharacteristically quiet frat row — there’s only one event at this time of year that could cause this baffling Berkeley phenomenon. It’s spring break, a time when almost all students skip town with the giddy knowledge that they have a week of respite from 8 a.m. classes and back-to-back midterms. For those staying behind in Berkeley for the week, it’s unsettling to see usually bustling campus haunts sit vacant.
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Quantum of solace: Elmwood

  While the semester has only just begun, we at the Clog are already looking for an escape. We may be over-extended or overwhelmed by a demanding course load. Maybe we can’t say no to those pesky live-hawkers on Sproul Plaza, or we’re simply missing our moms. Regardless, the adjustment to college just never
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13.06.14 We Spy Sweaty Balls

We Spy: sweaty balls

For those of you unaware of the typical behavior of certain phallic genitalia — which probably extends to very few of us at Cal — they tend to perspire. The highest concentrations of these moist, dripping reproductive organs tend to be around those who emerge from the RSF without showering,
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