Struggles of moving into a new apartment

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As summer draws to an end, many of us are frantically rushing around our houses trying to track down that last sock or power strip before packing all of our essentials into various bags and heading back to school. Unless you stayed in Berkeley over the summer or haven’t switched apartments, there’s a pretty good chance that right now you’re preparing to move into your apartment for the upcoming school year. While many people had subletters, so they at least have their place furnished, it’s still a hassle trying to move every single one of your most prized possessions. As we at the Clog scramble to settle in for the start of the semester, we feel your pain and understand the hardest parts of moving into a new apartment.
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Ikea hacks: Personalize your apartment

Being a college student means that 90 percent of your furniture is from Ikea. The low prices and functionality of their designs make it an obvious choice as the premier furnisher of the destitute college student. The durability of Ikea furniture is questionable but in a way that only further rationalizes
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