Winter is coming: how to prepare

Winter is coming … sort of. The heat wave hasn’t gone away yet, but it is starting to get slightly colder. While the weather is unpredictable, here are a couple of things to be prepared for in case the weather decides to flip a 180 and nip us in the butt.  
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A survey of Berkeley’s major grocery stores

Paying an extra dollar for an essential good does not seem like much. But this can add up to a big portion of your budget in the long run. To help Cal students decide where to shop, the Clog surveyed major grocery stores in Berkeley and compiled a list of their prices for
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Pharmacy spacing is logical

On Tuesday, Berkeley City Council unanimously approved an ordinance to require a buffer zone of 1,000 feet between any two pharmacies of more than 5,000 sq. ft. This undertaking is likely intended to preserve the character and appearance of the city, while also curbing the effect of the proliferation of
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Don’t get sick — avoid the flu!

If you weren’t proactive enough to get a flu shot over break, you might be feeling extra sensitive about the germ-infested classrooms you’re spending so much time in. California may have missed the “winter” memo, but it definitely didn’t forget about flu season. Although there isn’t a specific month the
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CREAM: Is it worth it?

“You guys, we have to get CREAM,” is what the Clog was told by some random girl we no longer remember, during the summer before our freshman year. We all know that CREAM is cheap and that it’s ice cream between two cookies. But like CalSO, could waiting for CREAM
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Letter to the editor: Week of Oct. 8

Walgreens engaging in unequal pricing tactics in city branches Walgreens has recently introduced the Balance Rewards program. Go get it, and let me explain why. How fair is it for two branches of the same store just blocks apart to sell the same items at drastically different prices? This is a practice that
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