More so than than spring semester midterms, UC Berkeley superlatives should be at the forefront of each Bear’s agenda. So, with some very objective criteria, we at the Clog have nominated these UC Berkeley icons for yearbook superlatives. If we could have awarded Oski every senior superlative on this list, we would have. You might be thinking, “Why didn’t Oski win ‘most school spirit‘?” Well, fellow Bears, that’s a valid question, until you look at the real reason you came to UC Berkeley.
BERKELEY, CA — Breaking news: Housemate found to be messy not for the reason the public suspected. The Clog got the inside scoop Monday afternoon. When asked to comment on the issue, the accused student’s housemate explained, “I just came back from the long weekend. Our apartment floor was entirely covered in clothes, on both sides, too! At least two empty water bottles were haphazardly strewn about the room like confetti. I couldn’t believe that the apartment was already messy again.
Oski’s more than just a hot hunk who cheers on our sports teams. He’s also pretty romantic. Get you a mascot that can do both, am I right? His plans for Valentine’s Day will make you swoon. Forget everything you thought you knew about romance and learn a thing or two from our favorite bear hit by Cupid’s arrow. It all began in Moffit, on the fourth floor. They met like it was a meet-cute straight out of a Nicholas Sparks film. “I just woke up from napping in one of the nap pods when I ran into her.
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