Your foolproof 7-step guide to reading for class

It’s week three, and we at the Clog can already taste the panic in the air. We long for the carefree times of week two, when we didn’t read at all because every class was droppable. Oh, week two, it seems like you were just here … probably because you were. But we digress.
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Ways to actually make it to your 8 a.m. classes

As the semester dawns upon us, many of us find ourselves with 8 a.m. classes — perhaps for the first time, perhaps for the fifth. It doesn’t get easier. For those of us who are late sleepers, when our alarm goes off in the morning, we pathetically drag our limp bodies
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Interesting classes that are still open

That 8 a.m. got you down? Have an ex in a section? Realized how boring your math professor was? Basically, you messed up. And now you need to drop a class and pick up another one that you might actually like. So what should you do? We at the Clog found a
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A week in events: 10/6 –10/11

Tired of being out of the loop? Here’s a compilation of the most important and awesome events happening this week. Monday, October 6th All day: Tele-BEARS appointment information available for spring semester Noon: Assessing personality type and career workshop – preregistration required — Tang Center 2 p.m.: How to email
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When feminism follows the money

Theoretical Titillation

So what happens when activists prioritize branding? They downplay the importance of policy for uncritical, often expensive, gatherings and capitalize on the grandiose rhetoric of “empowerment” and “human rights.”
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5 more ways to beat the end-of-summer blues

Winter is coming. Well, not actually winter, but the end of summer break is quickly approaching, with its ominous threat of class looming in the distance. Not to worry — here are some friendly reminders (and some more here!) of why the end of summer and the start of school
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