Quiz: What kind of soup should you order?

As the weather begins to cool down (slightly), you might be wondering what type of soup you should order for your next meal. Here in Berkeley, we are blessed with the presence of countless awesome restaurants and an endless variety of options. Contact Allison David at [email protected]

Sick pick up lines

The eternal struggle to eat a vegetable combined with this cold weather has us all on the brink of influenza. If you’re anything like the rest of the student body, you’re probably a week away from contracting scurvy and the common cold. And while being sick sucks, being alone sucks even more. Luckily, we
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Keeping your medicine cabinet stocked

We are mid-way through October, the days are getting colder and our stress levels are getting further out of control. As a result, we at the Clog decided to compile a list of medicines that you should always have in your cabinet. We hope you don’t need to use them, but if
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Quiz: why are you sick?

Goodbye first half of the semester, hello germs. Now that it’s week eight, it seems as though everywhere you turn, someone’s coughing so hard that they end up hocking up a loogie or blowing their nose so vigorously that it seems like they’re rehearsing a complex trumpet solo. The air is
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How to deal with being sick during germ season

The few weeks before spring can be quite petrifying due to the inevitable doom of sickness. Every year, students have to go through germ season before they are able to feel the warmth of the sun and admire posy blossoms. NorCal weather is extremely bipolar during this time, and everybody
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How to: Fight off allergy season

April showers bring May flowers? More like springtime feels bring all the sniffles. Allergy season is here, everyone, and it’s time to defend ourselves. Before you head to the Golden Bear Cafe and buy 10 boxes of tissues because you can’t stop sneezing when the wind blows, let us help you
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How to actually avoid midterm sickness

Ah, March — the springtime sun just beginning to warm Memorial Glade, the blossoms beginning to bloom across campus and the booming sound of phlegm-filled coughs punctuating lecture approximately every three and a half minutes. It’s a lovely time of year, really. What’s more magical than the lovely marriage of
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