Why study when you can sabotage?

It’s finally finals time, and we at the Clog are really feeling the pressure mounting. It’s gotten to that stage in the semester when we simply eat, sleep and dream (more like a nightmare) about the dreaded exams that are now thrust upon us. It’s a cruel game of hide-and-seek,
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A beginner’s guide to the RSF

As RRR week continues and finals loom upon us, so does the ever-growing stress that comes along with them. So, the question is, what should you do with all that pent-up energy that you could be putting into studying for finals? Well, we at the Clog want to suggest checking
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Procrastinating productively

RRR week is supposed to be an entire week dedicated to studying, but let’s be honest — most of us spend more time putting off our work than actually doing it. It’s inevitable that you’re going to indulge in some hardcore procrastination sometime this week, whether or not you actually need
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Quiz: Which finals time slot do you embody?

Finals week is always hellish for everyone. It doesn’t matter whether you have two finals and two papers or five finals and two lab practicals, next week will be one of the most anxiety-inducing, stressful weeks of our short 17- to 23- year lives. Everyone at UC Berkeley knows what
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The 5 stages of RRR week

The five stages of grief were originally designed to explain the very difficult emotional journey an individual undertakes when a loved one dies. But, we at the Clog know that Berkeley students are experiencing a different sort of death this week. RRR week heralds in the death of our dreams, our
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6 degrees of desperation

Sometimes what we do in desperation gets us into some strange scenarios, especially when desperation is caused by finals stress. Six degrees of separation is a theory that everybody and everything in the universe can be connected in six interpolative steps. Here at the Clog, we thought it would be an interesting experiment
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