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Pumpkin pie without the politics

It’s Thanksgiving night and you nervously sit down at the table, surrounded by a handful of distant relatives. You already know how dinner is going to play out: appetizers topped with small chat, the main course served with a side of political jabs and dessert that will ultimately go sour
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Top television shows to binge watch this fall

Tired of watching the same shows you watched all summer? Instead of mindlessly browsing through your standard Netflix titles, we at the Clog have compiled a list of must-watch shows premiering this season to combat show boredom. Grab a bowl of popcorn, snuggle in a blanket and get ready to chill.
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‘The Bachelorette’ predictions

We’ve been to San Francisco, Pennsylvania, Uruguay and Argentina, and we’re down to four enormous, ripped, beautiful men: Robby, Luke, Chase and Jordan. After the men showed their superlative rapping skills in a ruthless verse about Alex, who we will henceforth call Nick because we refuse to get his name
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Our teen years vs. theirs

It’s only been a few years since most of us were teens. We at the Clog, however, have noticed quite the cultural shift between norms and trends when we were teens compared to norms and trends for teens in 2016. The ways in which youth culture has changed is as
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New shows to get you through spring break

In a wasteland of midterms and papers — and let’s be honest, tears — it can be comforting to watch the same shows over and over again. Maybe you already know all the words to every episode of “Friends” or “The Office,” but isn’t it time to start fresh with a new show?
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James in the twilight

Off the Beat

What frightened me as a child was the NC-17 category by the MPAA. It was terrifying in the same way as Henry James: Its nefarious nature was guaranteed by its opacity. It wasn’t simply frightening, violent or sexual, like an R-rated film; it was…complicated and elusive. At the time, I
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