In a little over an hour, Cal is going to be tootin’ the horn for the winners of the monthly Zipcar contest, Students with Drive. And heck yeah, guess who’s winning in the Academic criteria? University of California, Berkeley, baby. Well, okay, the contest ends at 9:00 P.M. but looking at how our represenatives, Pioneers in Engineering (PiE), are currently ahead of the second-place Speech Team of University of Illinois AND with more votes still clocking in … the Clog can safely say, “YO, I THINK WE GOT THIS.”
But yeah, before we start cartwheeling across Memorial Glade half naked and screaming from the top of the Campinile about how great we and PiE are, let us focus on what this contest and the group are even about. The word “winning” is always an exciting, delicious thing to hear. Come on, who doesn’t like to be awesome at something and then praised [and in this case, win big bucks] for their accomplishments? It’s a rhetorical question, in case you were about to answer.
Zipcar is the company that for an hourly rate allows people, especially college students, to borrow the car read more »
We at the Clog love a good toilet clogging, especially if it was the result of a good, relieving poo. Of course, there’s nothing wrong with a courtesy flush between dive bombs, either. Today, we’d like to encourage you to pay your poo some mind and discover what your digestive tract is trying to tell you. This quick anal analysis … nay, colon clinic … digestion dissection … better yet, stool study will let you know if you’re really as healthy as you think you are.
Is yours shaken or stirred?
The consistency of your poop may be the easiest attribute of which to take note–hey, you don’t even have to turn around. Healthy doodie is said to be the “shape and consistency of an unripe banana” and about 18 inches in length.
If your excrement escapes you in pellet-form, it may mean that you are a bit constipated. Solution: increase your water, fiber and fruit intake.
If yours tends to hang loose and flow like milk and honey, it may be because of an excess of Vitamin C, caffeine, magnesium or milk. However, if this problem persists, read more »
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