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Clog-approved NaNoWriMo ideas

As UC Berkeley students, we’re all contractually obligated to overload ourselves with responsibilities to the point where we’re less human than we’re shivering, weeping lumps of cortisol. (Sorry, but we did tell you to read the fine print on the SIR.) In order to expedite the process by which we
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You can still be whom you want to be

It’s the start of November and we’re already halfway through the semester. But contrary to popular belief, it’s never too late to make a change. Yes, we’re tired, lazy and maybe our midterm scores were a bit underwhelming, but we’re UC Berkeley students. We didn’t get here without working hard.
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UC Berkeley students brave National Novel Writing Month

It’s officially December, which means National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo, has come to an end. Don’t know what NaNoWriMo is? Every November, nonprofit organization NaNoWriMo poses a challenge to “anyone who has ever thought fleetingly about writing a novel“: Participants must write a 50,000-word book. If that’s not daunting
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