What happens on Sproul Plaza when it’s empty

Sproul Plaza. Historically a place of inspiring protests and social change. In our everyday lives, a place of aggressive fliering and slow walkers who think it’s genuinely okay to walk six people across. But what happens when there’s no one around on this seemingly ever-buzzing plaza? We at the Clog
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Bay Area Girl Scouts vs. the rest of America

Living in the Bay Area, the Girl Scouts have to appeal to a broad audience. Here, cookies and brownies aren’t enough. We need them to be gluten free, fair trade, soy free, vegan, pescatarian friendly and GMO free. Girl Scouts don’t have it so easy here at Berkeley, either. Not
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Places to eat on campus when it’s raining

Let’s face it. It’s been raining a lot lately. And lots of rain means it’s getting increasingly difficult to get places without getting our shoes soaked or our backpacks drenched. Or, even if we do manage to get by without getting soaked, it all comes at the cost of spending
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Go to class or take a pass

“I will go to all of my classes.” This is the same white lie we all tell ourselves at the beginning of each new semester, and we partially believe it, at least for the first week of classes. Our high school selves were terrified into never missing a school day unless
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Best places to meditate on campus

With the stress of finals and dead week, sometimes you may be in need of a quiet place in which to meditate. Luckily, our school is not stressful at all, and basically everything on campus is calm at this time of the semester. We at the Clog have mapped out
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The apocalypse: dead week 2016

Early Tuesday morning, there were several reports of grey-ish students with black, dead eyes wandering slowly and aimlessly around campus. The only thing to be heard amidst the eerie silence was the wind scattering the leaves in every direction. For the few brave souls who dared to cross Sproul, they walked
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Battle of the meal points

The semester is nearing its final weeks. Tensions are high with finals closing in. And of course meal points are also dwindling down. Cue the Ancient Roman battle music: The fight for food has begun. Every semester, the last few weeks of school go hand in hand with the treacherous struggle
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A full day of eating using only meal points

As the number of days left in the fall semester dwindles down, many of us are realizing that the amount of cash left in our wallets is also getting dangerously low. On the contrary, our meal point balance may be just a bit too high, because let’s face it, dining
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