Types of students in dining halls

Being back at UC Berkeley means getting back to those amazing dining halls (not). The food is really not great, but there is something even better about going to the dining halls — people watching. Even if you don’t want to eat dinner, you can just head to a dining
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Quiz: Are you more Yogurtland or Yogurt Park?

As the days are getting hotter here in Berkeley, frozen yogurt sales are skyrocketing. With ongoing controversy surrounding who has better chilled treats, the most pressing question of the summer is, “Where do you get your froyo?” It seems that there are two types of people in this world — those who prefer Yogurtland and those who crave Yogurt Park. Where does your allegiance lie?
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They just don’t understand us

Now that most of us are back home and caught up with friends from high school, we’re again reminded of the many differences between everyone’s respective colleges. Here are a couple of things about our beloved Berkeley that your friends from back home might not be able to identify with.
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Calstrology: froyo toppings edition

It has been hot, hot, hot here in Berkeley and we at the Clog have been witnessing more and more of those easily recognizable frozen yogurt containers around campus. Whether you are a Yogurtland, Menchies or Yogurt-Park kind of froyo eater, one thing stays the same: The toppings. Look below to
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PSA: Feb. 6 is National Frozen Yogurt Day at Menchie’s

Hear ye, hear ye: The favorite Northside frozen yogurt spot, Menchie’s, at 1862 Euclid Ave., will be holding its own celebration of National Frozen Yogurt Day on Friday. What does this celebration entail, you ask? Balloons? Party hats? A pinata, perhaps? The celebration is actually even better: free frozen yogurt! From 4 to 8
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Menchie’s vs. Yogurtland: a side-by-side comparison

It’s the age-old question that has plagued scholars for centuries: Where to get self-serve froyo? At UC Berkeley, there are two fierce competitors that face off head to head and divide the student body into factions more segregated than the Confederacy and the Union. Menchie’s, a Northside favorite, and Yogurtland, a Southside hot
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