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Flying high, flying low

Now that it’s summer break, many of us will be traveling to cool places or returning home. If that’s the case you’ll probably be taking a flight to your destination. Anyone who’s flown on a plane before will be able to relate to these experiences.
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Post-finals to-do list

We at the Clog are all too aware of the crushing pressure of our finals week “to-do” lists. Somehow you need to relearn an entire semester’s worth of information for four classes in a too-short amount of time, in addition to getting some semblance of sleep. The list of things
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Quiz: How should you be wasting your break?

Ah, winter break. The perfect time for catching up with friends, frequenting your hometown haunts and enjoying the bustle of the holiday season. Or, more accurately, time to veg out and do absolutely nothing. We at the Clog know that there are many different ways to laze away your winter
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50 thoughts we had while watching Jurassic World

Warning: spoilers! (obviously) We took the bus all the way to Emeryville for this. This park clearly did not do so well the first time (or the second and third). Why in the hell would they re-open it? Zach is really angsty and a terrible older brother. Wow, he’s kind
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Fun things to do with your mom while you’re home

One of the many cool thing that happens in college — besides gaining self-awareness, making friends to last a lifetime and eating lots of cheesy sticks at 2 a.m. — is that your mom stops being solely the wonderful woman who raised you, loved you and nagged you (the last two are
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“Fifty Shades of Grey”: if Ana went to Berkeley

Whether or not you’ve seen or read “Fifty Shades of Grey,” we think it’s safe to say a large percentage of us have a hard time identifying with Anastasia Steele or her relationship with Christian Grey. In an attempt to understand her a little better, let’s make Ana one of us.
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What should you do on Valentine’s Day?

So you completely forgot that Valentine’s Day is coming up. Looks like you need to make some plans — fast. Take our quiz and figure out how you should spend the holiday. Image Sources: Torsten Reimer, Taylor McKnight, mySAPL Contact Summer Langton at [email protected]

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Here’s to you, Mr. Nichols

For most of my high school career, I was not much of a reader. I was, however, a self-taught scholar of the online literary summary — SparkNotes, CliffsNotes, even some of the heavier stuff, such as WikiSummaries. I could summarize “Ulysses” in 200 words, “Crime and Punishment” in 100, “Pride
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A week in events: 10/6 –10/11

Tired of being out of the loop? Here’s a compilation of the most important and awesome events happening this week. Monday, October 6th All day: Tele-BEARS appointment information available for spring semester Noon: Assessing personality type and career workshop – preregistration required — Tang Center 2 p.m.: How to email
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