Isabel is … Interning in Berkeley

Exploring the Bay

Freshman year, I spent my Sunday afternoons meticulously pruning the basil plants which grew suspended from the ceiling of a warehouse off of Gilman Street. My first internship experience, with a family-run hydroponic farm called Local Greens, opened my eyes to a whole world of Berkeley outside of campus. Before
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The classes that should be taught

At UC Berkeley, there are many interesting classes taught, from Drugs and the Brain to Philosophy of Language. However, practical classes that teach you how to properly be an adult are often missing from the yearly curriculum. So, we here at the Clog decided to think of useful classes that
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Working for free

Doing Okay (Kind Of)

Since I turned 16, I have constantly been on the job search. It only took me a few months after my birthday to land my first job at Round Table Pizza. It was what you might call the sixteen-year-old’s dream job: free pizza and discounts. My second job in high
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What post-graduate life is really like

“Congratulations Class of 2015! You did it!” A phrase that I still subconsciously hear in my mind from time to time. A phrase that’s supposed to signify the endless triumph and success in the form of a piece of paper worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. Now, don’t get me
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So you graduated, now what?

Congratulations! If you’re reading this article, it’s probably because you’re a recent college graduate, a wannabe college graduate or someone who sympathizes deeply with recent college graduates. We at the Clog applaud you because we know that going to school here at the No. 1 public university in the world is
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