Dogs on Sproul: a detailed account

We at the Clog would confidently say that we prefer having a dog more than having a significant other (probably because we’ve only ever had the former). The saying “you don’t know what you got ‘til it’s gone” rings painfully true when we think about our beloved pooches back home.
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College Cats and Dorm Dogs

Senior Meg Dowley is sitting near two dogs on Memorial Glade, watching Snaps, a large, spotted terrier mutt out of the corner of her eye. Snaps wrestles another dog a third his size. The smaller dog has his eyes open in alarm, a deer-in-headlights look plastered on his face, but
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The Clog’s favorite Free & For Sale posts

If you’ve ever been a UC Berkeley student on Facebook, then hopefully you know what Free & For Sale is. For those of you who don’t, first come out of the cave you’ve been living in and get with this thing called the Internet, and second, it’s a group on
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Summer Dog Days: a photo essay

If you walk around Berkeley during the summer, you will come across plenty of dogs around campus. In particular, Memorial Glade seems to be a favorite spot for Berkeley pets and pet owners alike. Whether you’re a dog owner or just a pet appreciater, the Glade is the perfect place
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Hug your way to an A

It’s an inherent fact that the stress before finals causes some people to kind of melt down. They stop taking care of themselves, eat foods they would otherwise never touch and go barking mad worrying about their grades. If you’re one of these people, there’s a great way to get
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It’s a dog-eat-dog world

Part of what makes traveling so exciting is seeing how people live around the world. But during my trip to Europe this summer, I realized that humans aren’t the only ones with cultural quirks. Those of us who grew up in urban parts of the U.S. will agree that we have
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A smoking gun

CITY AFFAIRS: We are unable to make sense of a UCPD officer's horrific and unjust killing of a dog at People's Park last week.

The metaphor, it’s a dog-eat-dog world, unfortunately hit too close to home on July 21 at People’s Park. At 12:14 a.m., while administering a normal patrol of the park, a UCPD officer noticed someone sleeping on the ground. Beside the man was a dog — unleashed, according to UCPD.
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