Photo essay: What makes Berkeley feel like home

Current UC Berkeley students were asked about how Berkeley began to feel like home for them after they moved here for college. This is how they described settling into an unfamiliar place. Sayi Boddu, freshman   Photos: Daniel Ho/Staff Before freshman Sayi Boddu arrived at UC Berkeley, he wasn’t sure
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A tale of two Berkeleys

This column has to be prefaced with a small disclosure. I know the byline up there says that my name is Sakura Cannestra, but Sakura is my middle name, not my first name. My first and legal name is Berkeley, Berkeley Sakura Cannestra. When people are asking why I was
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Lub dub

Meatless Wednesdays

I’m at risk. I inherited this. I sure as heck didn’t ask for it. But then again, I don’t think anyone did — no one ever does. My dad didn’t. My mom didn’t. My uncle didn’t. My brother didn’t. My grandmother didn’t. It’s in your control to a certain extent,
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Maca(swo)on

Here at the Clog, we’re sharing the tips and tricks of making fabulous deserts. After extensive research, we’ve discovered the magic recipe for the infamous French macaron that’ll have you drooling all the way to down Bancroft. What you’ll need: For the macaron shells: 120 g almond meal/flour 170 g
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Hug me brotha

Goldfish deaths, the end of Macbeth, long-awaited reunion, the United States Constitution — whether it be in mourning or celebration, we can all use a hug sometimes. Luckily for us, this upcoming Tuesday is National Hugging Day and the perfect excuse to squeeze everyone within arm’s reach. We at the
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5 ways to use your Thanksgiving leftovers

While Thanksgiving may be a wonderful, delicious holiday full of food, friends and family, the aftermath isn’t always so pretty. Oftentimes, we end up with way more leftovers than we know what to do with, and these leftovers often end up forgotten, moldy and eventually in the trash. Now, just
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