A look into the lives of recent UC Berkeley alumni

For four years, undergraduates tire through classes and contour their resumes, participating in activities from archery to MCAT workshops to amass the knowledge and experience necessary to pursue their future endeavors. When it comes time to walk the stage at commencement, most seniors are enthusiastic yet rueful that their time
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App of the week: Auto AirBears

Name: Auto AirBears Platform: Google Chrome Price: Free Mission: “Automatically logs into AirBears” The dorms’ wireless service, ResComp, kicks you off the Internet at the conclusion of four hours online and requires you to enter your username and password every time. AirBears, the campus’s Wi-Fi, makes you log on every
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10 great things about leaving the dorms

We’ve all been forced to live in close quarters at some point in our lives. Whether it was with your annoying little sister until you outgrew the bunk bed, a quadruple dormitory room your Freshman year or that one time in the same sleeping bag the night the heat went
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AirBears, you suck … but not for long!

There are many places on campus where the AirBears signal is so weak that you just want to pull your hair out. Your Internet connection has slowed to a crawl and pages take whole minutes to load (gasp). Fortunately Berkeley alum Roland Saekow, who was also tired of weak AirBears
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All students, like Patrick Chen, above, will be able to access bConnected by June 2013 at the latest.

ResComp handles the highs and lows of student computing

UC Berkeley students who have lived in the residence halls are all undoubtedly familiar with Residential Computing, otherwise known as ResComp. The ResComp Residential Computing Consultants provide support for all students’ “digital security, operating system troubleshooting, device configuration, networking, and data recovery” needs, according to their website. Though their job
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