Library etiquette

Michael Drummond/File
Michael Drummond/File
Michael Drummond/File

We go to libraries to get work done (well, at least to attempt to get work done). Yet whenever we go to one, there always seems to be at least one person who doesn’t follow the unspoken library code of conduct. These sacred rules should never be broken, and because certain people clearly don’t understand them, we at the Clog would like to put them in writing.
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Rain etiquette

Raindrops are falling on your backpack, in your shoes, on your textbooks and even on your face (though you’re not sure why this is happening given that you’re using an umbrella). Murphy’s Law has never been more in your favor than today, when you have to hike from Hertz Hall
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Official squirrel etiquette at UC Berkeley

Although UC Berkeley is officially the home of the Bears, unofficially, it also houses a large squirrel population, most of which can be observed immediately after unwrapping any type of food in public. A common misconception is that interaction with these arboreal rodents is easily done. In reality, it takes
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UC Berkeley etiquette: Finding a seat

With more than 30,000 students and a limited number of chairs, there are bound to be some awkward encounters when trying to find a seat here on the UC Berkeley campus. Whether it’s in class or at a cafe, there are certain rules of etiquette that you should follow. The main
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