5 ways to prepare for Big Game

The traditional Big Game, Stanford vs. Cal, is coming up Saturday. We know all of you are going to go out to the game, because you all really care about school spirit and tradition and think football is the best sport ever. Whether we win or lose — we’re probably
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Tips for successfully living off campus, not dying

Living off campus can be exciting and really one of the first stages of actually “adulting.” Far and away are the days of apathetic security monitors, the aptly named Late Nights at Crossroads and jeans lost in the laundry. You’re sort of on your own now, and we at the Clog
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How to throw a party

Today, throwing a successful party is as complex and stressful as ever. Luckily, we at the Clog have useful tips and recommendations to guide the modern day party-thrower.
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Summer Starbucks hacks

With all the coffee we drink as college students, getting the same plain old drip coffee can be bland. We spoke to a Starbucks employee about some of the cool drinks people have ordered from the secret menu and some other interesting tips for ordering the best drink and saving
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How to have the perfect big night

Believe it or not, this school year is quickly coming to an end. RRR week is in less than three weeks, making finals less than one month away. Some of you are already prepared to sprint toward the finish line strongly, while for others, having to bring that 82 percent to a
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Nine ways to prepare for studying

Admittedly, a lot of planning goes into studying for finals. There are so many different factors to consider, and messing up one tiny procedure can ruin your study schedule. Hence, we at the Clog have provided you with step-by-step instructions on how to get prepared for studying. 1. Change the background
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The Clog asks creative people for tips

The Clog decided to poke its head out of the door of our cozy Northside office to ask people for advice on how to be creative. Although we had mixed results, here are some words of wisdom from some of the people we talked to about fermenting those precious creative juices. Note: Although
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5 tips to help you get through finals week

For those of us who chose to take summer classes, it’s finals week (or at least for some of us). This is a stressful time for students, and it is important to remember that grades do not define you. Here are some tips to keep in mind as you study and
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Things to do before going home

Soon, the last two weeks will flash across the calendar, and it will be time to embrace the summer vacation and return to home sweet home. Before you dive into the state of studying at the library 24/7, you may want to take a minute to think of your plan after
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How to cope when your friends study abroad for summer

A side effect of attending the world’s No. 1 public university is the fact that opportunities continue even when school doesn’t. Among our many study-abroad options for summer 2015 are programs in China, France, Spain … countries around the world. Sure, this is good news for those of us who want
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