How well do you know your faculty and alumni?

Schools as prestigious as UC Berkeley hire and produce amazing faculty and alumni, but how well do you really know the professor who’s bouncing with excitement about Lagrange multipliers or dressing up in a gorilla suit to talk about human evolution? We at the Daily Clog came up with a
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What to write in end-of-semester evaluations

Classes are ending, which means it’s time to fill out those beastly end-of-semester evaluations. Despite always happening about the same time every year, they still manage to catch us off guard, leaving us with only 10 minutes to frantically brainstorm a paragraph that somehow encapsulates our entire range of emotions
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An evening at the faculty club

The Faculty Club is an architectural gem nestled between Hertz Hall and Strawberry Creek. The initial building was designed by famed architect Bernard Maybeck in the late 1800s, and since then, it has been added onto and revised into a composite of several buildings that provide a space for conversation
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Cal professors and their celebrity doppelgangers

Aside from the fact that we’re the No. 1 public university in the world, Cal students have another reason to be grateful to attend class every day. What’s that reason, you ask? We’re being taught by celebrities — kind of. Here are a few faces that you’ll see both in the
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6 thoughts you have in the last 5 minutes of class

You’re in your favorite class taught by a professor you idolize. You might even be one of the lucky students who is lectured by Robert Reich or Paul Rabinow. But some days, no matter what the situation, you just can’t focus in class. Here are five trains of thought that
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The possible downside of famous professors

One of the perks of going to Berkeley is all the big names it attracts. At Cal, we get to interact with and learn from some of the most distinguished and recognized in their fields. It’s pretty cool to say you actually heard [insert epic name here] speak in person,
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