After discovering the latest omen of the world’s coming demise, the Clog encourages Berkeley students to put down their books and enjoy their short-lived time on earth.

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Spring has clearly sprung in the courtyard of Unit 2–and probably Unit 1, since it has the exact same set-up as Unit 2. Woo, individuality. It came one March day in the form of blossoms on the trees–trees the world dismissed as generic, and not really worth commenting on.

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Suddenly, they were alive with pale pink, contrasting with dark, mysterious wood quivering in the breeze against a bright azure sky. The surprised young men and women traversing the usually barren wasteland of cigarette ash and broken $200 cement tiles gaily celebrated the changing of seasons by studying for midterms on the grass, while gazing fondly at the silently floating flowers.

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We’re not exactly sure what kind of trees these are, since we’re completely sure that the university is too cheap to somehow get a hold of actual cherry blossom trees. So, if anyone knows what kind of plants these are, by all means, tell us.

Image Source: Jill Cowan
Earlier: This Week’s Sign of The Apocalypse: Humanity Hoards Daylight



Comments:
anon said:
May 18, 2010 at 3:33 pm

you seem to cynical to appreciate these cherry trees! thanks for sharing anyway.