Bake your way into someone’s heart

Today is Valentine’s Day, and if you’re a procrastinator, this post is for you. Baked goods are a simple way to impress your current (or future) lover, crush, the homeless of Berkeley, that hot GSI, roommate or whomever your heart desires with one of these five homemade treats!  1. Macarons   
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Off the beat: Learning to be alone on Valentine’s Day

For the past two years, I have met up with my valentine. We go through the motions. We watch movies. We have sex. Last year, we even baked a cake. It was chocolate with raspberries on top. These might sound like normal romantic activities. But the thing is, I was single both of these times.
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Celebrating Valentine’s Day the single way

For everyone in a relationship, Valentine’s Day is a holiday to celebrate. But why can’t it be the same way for single people? Don’t feel bitter about not having a significant other — celebrate that you don’t have a ball and chain weighing you down! Watch the season 2 premiere
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The pros and cons of summer birthdays

The Clog has been talking a good deal about the implications of summer and being at home. After all, for a decent percentage of us, that’s what summer means. Laundry and home-cooked food aside, though, there’s yet another major difference summer presents students with: birthday bashes. Whether you’re at home with
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Love and La Val’s

Hallmarks of romance could be found all over Berkeley yesterday. Plenty of people walked to and from class carrying flowers, stuffed animals and candy, but one person took it upon himself to make a pizza-gram for his sweetheart. Daily Cal ad sales staff member Lila was at La Val’s with
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