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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Crossroads for everyone

Each residence hall-dwelling student faces a question that every parent will eventually ask — how’s the dining hall food? This Thanksgiving, you could tell them, or you could show them. We’ve created a guide to recreating some of Crossroad’s signature dishes so your parents can truly engage in the Berkeley dining
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How to eat a 4-course meal in class

Now that Thanksgiving is only a few weeks away, we at the Clog know you’re thinking about that upcoming multi-course meal. We know you’re craving pumpkin pies, mashed potatoes and turkey in every class every single day, so we want to help you out. We have determined a way that
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Making meal points stretch to last the semester

When you come into a new semester, it can be confusing figuring out how to make your meal points last you the whole time. You’re given a lump sum of points and very little direction about how much you should be using them, what they really represent and where you can
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Microwave challenge: surviving 24 hours on microwaved meals

For most people, microwaved food usually involves reheating leftover takeout or making Cup Noodles. Oftentimes, however, it can actually be used as a convenient and cheap alternative to traditional methods of cooking. In fact, you can make the same gourmet meals you’d make with a regular stove or oven, just in a
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