We the people

What on Earth

It’s 8:12 a.m. when I stumble into my American Politics lecture. As I sip my hot coffee, I quickly grab an aisle seat in the enormous lecture hall, trying to tune into the class. We’ve been covering federalism, and today the professor brought in an example from the news: the Trump administration is trying to revoke California’s restrictive auto-emission standards.
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Democratic presidential candidates as UC Berkeley students

The U.S. Democratic presidential race is heating up… and getting crowded. Since there are so many candidates, we at the Clog would like to help you get to know and differentiate the candidates in a familiar way, by judging them based on who they would be if they were students at UC Berkeley today.
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In solidarity with Pittsburgh


On Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018, a man went into a Pittsburgh synagogue and killed 11 people. According to the Anti-Defamation League, this was the largest attack on the Jewish people in U.S. history. I wish I could say that I was shocked when I heard the news. I was sitting
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