Tiny victories on way to finish line

We’ve come a long way since syllabus week and are proudly standing at mile marker 24.5 in the marathon of the semester. We’re finally able to see the finish line in the distance, and victory is within reach. All that stands between us and the sweet taste of freedom is a
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Celebrate yourself

With the upcoming holiday season, there’s no shortage of reasons for celebration. Between Thanksgiving and New Years, it’s important to add yourself to the list of reasons. It doesn’t have to be your birthday to celebrate yourself. While the anniversary of your life is a big deal, it’s most certainly not the only
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Cool new ways to celebrate Earth Day

For the most part, Mother Nature has been good to the denizens of the Bay Area. You don’t hear much about tornadoes, thunderstorms or other jarring natural disasters tearing their way across the picturesque UC Berkeley campus (aside from the occasional story about the most recent squirrel attack on the local
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Quiz: How should you celebrate after your last midterm?

With the end of midterms season approaching and finals looming in the near future (5 weeks), you’ve probably either taken your last midterm or are just about to finish them up. We at the Clog have some radical suggestions for celebrating your escape from hell.   Contact Sasha Ashall at
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Saint Patrick’s Day corned beef, cabbage

Saint Patrick’s Day has always held a special place in my heart — well, stomach. For as long as I can remember, March 17 has signified a hearty meal of corned beef and cabbage in the evening with the company of my family, most significantly, my grandmother. We’re not Irish in
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More than 3.14 ways to celebrate Pi Day

Because it’s 2015 (if you’re into numbers), this could be the most special Pi Day you will ever live through. On Saturday at exactly 9:26.53 (both in the morning and at night), be sure you’re celebrating in some way. Not exactly sure what to do? We at the Clog have your back with
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