I read it on the internet

Work in Progress

On my computer, I wrote troves of poetry and metaphorical stories, burdening Microsoft Word documents with lamentations about the depression I had been dealing with since fourth grade, and about my parents divorcing. Alone in my room, symbolic pen in my hand, I began, in earnest, to cement my career as a writer.
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Notes from a creepy laptop watcher

If there’s one thing that we at the Clog can always depend on UC Berkeley students to do, it’s to always keep things interesting. This is the reason why people-watching has always been one of our favorite pastimes, and it’s also the reason why laptop-watching is just as amusing. Nothing
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The eternal search for Wi-Fi

“But it’s a university,” my father groaned into the phone exasperatedly. “The Wi-Fi is supposed to be excellent!” On the other end of the line, I sighed. Over the course of the past two days, my father, the brilliant engi-nerd and my go-to tech support guy, had gotten multiple frantic
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