Activities you wonder if students actually do

As critical as some of these activities are for us in order to become successful and well-rounded students, they are unfortunately not prioritized in the midst of our test cramming and Tinder swiping. Though we are personally unable to make time for them, we at the Clog always wonder if
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Off the beat: Getting through the rut

I was walking through Sproul Plaza on Monday, attempting to blaze through the hordes of flierers to get to the peace and quiet of my apartment. It had been a rough week — a rough week in the middle of a rough month in the middle of a rough semester.
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10 local figures you ought to know

Walking around Berkeley, you will likely meet a wide host of characters. From classmates to custodians, from city officials to campus administrators, the faces of Berkeley are numerous and varied. Below we have included some of the more prominent figures you are like to see or read about both on campus and around the city of Berkeley.
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World predicted to end, again, this Friday

Clutching a tattered and taped Bible in one hand and informational fliers in the other, David Temple warned passersby Wednesday at Sproul Plaza of the impending end of the world — this Friday, Oct. 21. Temple — know as “Yoshua” by most of the UC Berkeley community — has made
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Ignorance is bliss

My future’s as foggy as San Francisco and I like it that way. But as I rush across campus to my classes every day, I am reminded by the ever-present “Yoshua” that we are mere days away from Judgement Day on Oct. 21. He doesn’t scream or yell — usually
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