Ever wondered what your UC Berkeley spirit building is? Find your birthday below and see which campus building you should look toward for guidance in the next few weeks.
March 21 – April 20: Dwinelle Hall
You are a mess. You are disorganized and chaotic. Take some time to make a to-do list and organize your life.
April 21 – May 21: Wheeler Hall
You are sophisticated and timeless. You might be busy constantly, but be sure to take some time for yourself.
May 22 – June 21: Genetics and Plant Biology (GPB) (not pictured due to distance restraints)
You are the far out and radical member of your friend group and that’s great! Own what makes you unique. You might be a little harder to get to know, but it is worth it!
June 22 – July 22: Mulford Hall
Go out on a limb and ask someone out. Go somewhere a little exotic, like a nice restaurant on Northside.
July 23 – Aug. 22: Tolman Hall
Distance makes the heart grow fonder, but too much distance is not a good thing. Try rekindling some old friendships.
Aug. 23 – Sept. 21: Barrows Hall
You have a lot to offer but are often overlooked. Make your presence known in class and outside.
Sept. 22 – Oct. 22: Pimentel Hall
You are a one-man show. You stand out in a crowd and that is a good thing. You keep doing you.
Oct. 23 – Nov. 21: Stanley Hall
You are fresh, fly and fabulous! Stay confident and people will notice.
Nov. 22 – Dec. 21: Sproul Hall
You might intimidate people at first but after they get to know you, you are their best friend. Try to dial back your sarcastic wit when you first meet people.
Dec. 22 – Jan. 20: VLSB
You are smart, but do not get too confident. People do not like being around overly confident individuals. Try not to brag about classes or your extracurricular activities.
Jan. 21 – Feb. 19: Sutardja Dai Hall
It takes a while for people to get to know you. Try speaking up a bit in class and letting your presence be known.
Feb. 20 – March 20: Soda Hall
You are sweet inside and out. People appreciate your bubbly and bright personality. Keep on delivering that infectious smile and you are sure to brighten up someone’s day.
Contact Morrissa Berman at [email protected].