Somebody, please sedate me

One of us at the Clog recently had the fortune of getting up close and personal with the wonders of nature when tent camping in the Sierra Nevada for a week. The time spent there was filled with family and void of technology, so here are some thoughts that probably ran through your head.
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Oh my Maui

Ah Maui, the go-to tourist destination for all mainlanders. This beautiful island is rather pricey, but with the help of the Clog you can hang loose!
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What to finish now: a guide to a successful semester

It’s our favorite time of the year: coming back to UC Berkeley after a month of ultimate relaxation. It’s really such a joy to return to the rigor of school after doing absolutely nothing over winter break. But if you would like to alleviate some stress this semester, we at the
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A taste of campfire

Imagine this: you’re in the mountains, gazing up at the stars. They glisten in the midnight-blue sky. You’re surrounded by nothing but the universe, trees at tall as skyscrapers and your closest friends. You feel the warmth of the campfire. Nothing else could make this better — except for some
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Addicts anonymous

We Millenials have a pretty bad memory — like one step above Dory. We’ve all done the classic schtick of yelling that we can’t find our glasses only to discover that they were sitting on our face the whole time, literally right in front of us. It’s not uncommon to forget our own age from
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The basic summer bucket list

Summer is here, which means the sun has finally decided to come out and stay for a couple months. With no school, no rain and plenty of time, the possibilities for break are endless. We at the Clog have accumulated the most basic of basic necessities to place on everyone’s
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Things we said we were going to do this summer but never did

Three months of summer vacation. During that time, we UC Berkeley students have procured internships, taken on summer jobs and slept for entire days straight. When summer begins, we build up great expectations for the multitude of days free from obligation or responsibility — and it usually starts out great.
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A spontaneous week in Zion National Park

I was invited to spend last week in Zion National Park in Utah with friends from high school whom I hadn’t seen in two years. The invite came via SnapChat and was at first taken to be a joke. I assumed the dates were in August, considering they came so close to
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