Look back in time with Throwback

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There’s nothing more amusing than surfing through years of old Facebook profile pictures, status updates and photo comments in search of your friend’s embarrassing old posts. Now there’s an app for that. Throwback allows you to see what you and your friends posted on social media in past years on the specific Read More…

Administrative salary increase is needed

While this increase does not directly affect other employees on campus, however, the comparison is not favorable. As GSIs fight for the right to unionize, administrative pay increases. Lecturers and adjuncts struggle without health care coverage or adequate pay in a battle that should be the shame of academia, but administrative pay increases. Facilities age and construction drags on, but administrative pay increases. Tuition soars and will likely increase to the rate of whatever the market will bear, but administrative pay increases. Read More…

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Escape from reality at OMESCAPE

If you’re looking for a fun activity to do with friends that’s more active than watching Netflix on the couch for 10 hours straight, OMESCAPE is a great bet. OMESCAPE is home to second-generation real escape games. If the concept of real escape games is new to you, check out this Read More…

Healthcare equality for all genders

Safe, Sane and Consensual

“Are you sure you don’t need a pregnancy test?” “I swear I don’t. I’ve been on testosterone for the past year, and I’ve only been having sex with people with vaginas.” There’s bemused frustration in UC Berkeley junior Benji Delgadillo’s voice as they recount their interaction with their primary care Read More…

Thirty-one students filed two federal complaints against the campus in February

Sexual assault audit’s impact on UC may prove far-reaching

In the wake of a 113-page sexual assault report released Tuesday by the state auditor’s office, a new pathway for comprehensive reform is laid out for university officials and legislators, although some survivors say its recommendations and findings did not go far enough. Read More…

An Omelas for animals in Berkeley

“The door is always locked; and nobody ever comes, except that sometimes — the child has no understanding of time or interval — sometimes the door rattles terribly and opens, and a person, or several people, is there. One of them may come in and kick the child to make Read More…

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Lorde is coming to Greek Theatre on Oct. 2

Lorde has recently announced her North American tour will include Berkeley’s very own Greek Theatre on Oct. 2. Many expect new music to be unveiled, which might be nice, if you are as sick of “Royals”  as almost anyone who has listened to the radio in the past year is. She Read More…

10 dorm essentials for every UC Berkeley freshman

Although UC Berkeley provides an official move-in list, we at the Clog want to recommend our own list of things that will make living in the dorms so much easier. Apart from the necessities such as your laptop, clothes and bedsheets, what else do you need to thrive in the dorms? Living Read More…

Humans of the Airport: UC Berkeley edition

Ever heard of the popular photo diary Humans of New York? Its collection of portraits and interviews has gained a massive following across the web, and it’s not hard to understand why. From its soulful stories to its quirky in-the-moment photos, Humans of New York captures real people in real time. Read More…