Arts diary of DC, in six parts

Arts Abroad

I. Three days before I turn 20, I move to Washington, D.C. It’s August, and I’m here for a semester “abroad” with the UC Washington Program (UCDC). While it’s not international, D.C. is so cosmopolitan that it may as well be on the other side of the world. On my
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Quiz: Where are you most likely to throw up?

Whether you’re that kid that’s showing up to lecture hungover on a Monday or you get sick from riding the 52 bus facing the other way, we’ve all felt the dreaded tummy turning on our way to class. If you’re scared that you don’t know of any good places to throw
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Inauguration Day: 15 things to do

On Friday, January 20th, our 45th president will be sworn into office and handed the keys to the country. We at the Clog have compiled a list of fifteen things to do instead of watching the inauguration.
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The loud and hateful backlash of white America

When the news came, it hit me slowly. We watched. The numbers came in, trickling down. Then came the looking around the room. Eyes were wide — a worried wide, and if they could speak, they would’ve said “No,” or “Why?” On the screen, in a little box in the
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10 things we’ll miss about the Obamas

Now that Election Day is officially over, we’re soon going to have to say goodbye to our nation’s favorite family — the Obamas. It’ll be a sad day when President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama, Malia, Sasha, Bo and Sunny pack their bags and leave the White House to live
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Election night drinking game

Today’s the day. Tonight’s the night. Everything you’ve been waiting for, working for and avoiding is all coming together on this fine day of November the 8th. We at the Clog have brought you drinking games before, but none like this.
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If Obama went to UC Berkeley

If President Barack Obama attended these humble grounds back in the late ’70s to early ’80s, the world we live in would definitely not be the same. During his time here, Obama would be heavily involved in a wide array of student clubs and organizations. Our commander in chief’s impeccable
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