A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, there was a campus that had been battling with the evil forces of shocking election results, wildfires, power outages, bad media press and restaurant closures. The most recent blow to the school’s forces, the arrival of the menacing coronavirus, sent the entire world into quarantine, leaving the rebel UC Berkeley students nervous about the uncertain future.
From quarantine, the writers of The Daily Californian struggled against the unstoppable forces at play. Print production was at a halt, events to cover were canceled, funds needed to be raised and staffers needed motivation. When all seemed lost, they turned to a special department, unaffected by the print paper being minimized — the Daily Clog. In honor of Star Wars Day, the fearless bloggers decided to set upon a space quest to write some of the best and nerdiest content the paper has ever seen. These unlikely heroes may be the Daily Cal’s last hope at bringing joy to this tough semester …
May the Fourth be with you, Bears! Peace, Love, Clog.
How being like a Jedi can help you at UC Berkeley
Carrie Fisher: More than a general or a princess
A powerful ally, on and off campus: Things UC Berkeley students would do if they had the Force
Quiz: Which side of the Force in ‘Star Wars’do you belong to?
Switch up your look: Hairstyles inspired by ‘Star Wars’
The worst order in which to watch ‘Star Wars’ movies
My (almost) encounter with the man, the
myth, the legend, Harrison Ford
Thinking of moving to Mars? Reasons why
that idea isn’t that marvelous
The science of ‘Star Wars’: What even are pulsars, really?
The Clog’s travel guide to the best planets to
visit in a galaxy far, far away