i need chocolate milk so desperately rn can someone in berkeley please bring me chocolate milk i will give you a candy and a boop on the nose
Nesquik was actually handing out free bottles of chocolate milk on Sproul today!
Three costumes this Halloween! Not that bad.
Even though I didn’t really do much for it this year (coughmidtermscough), I had an awesome time. I hope you all had a very spoopy holiday!
Aaaand done with my midterms. Managed to get solid C’s! Not bad, considering the breakdown I had a few weeks ago. I’ll be even more prepared for finals now, and I’ll turn all of those C’s into B’s!
EVERYTHING’S COMING UP AMELIA
also i ran into my old 9th grade physics teacher today, and we had lunch! it was really great to see her.
HAPPY TELEBEARS SEASON
(and good luck)
this perfectly describes how all college shopping is done
got to make something fun for the residence hall UwU
this is hilarious cause it looks almost exactly like this one part of berkeley
this scene would be shot looking downwards from the campanile steps, towards south hall (which i’m pretty sure the building in the back is already based off of)
i love basically going to MU
UC Berkeley professor Randy Schekman kisses his wife, Nancy Walls, during a news conference Monday announcing his place among this years recipients of the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine. (Justin Sullivan / Getty Images / October 7, 2013)
I mean sure he may have just won the Nobel Prize or something but is that the coveted NL parking spot pass that he is holding?
Why is that a big deal? NPR will let you know (from 2009),
Winning a Nobel Prize is difficult enough. But on the campus of the University of California, Berkeley, there is something that might be even more difficult to get: a parking space on the central campus.That’s why Berkeley has made it a practice to offer its Nobel laureates an extra-special perk: a free lifetime permit to park in the highly coveted spaces near the central campus.
So you want a parking space on campus? Show me your Nobel Prize, no pressure. I think to a lot of Berkeley folks that’s the real motivation for winning the Nobel Prize.
The science, the prestige, the awards, the banquets, the tuxedos, etc… none of that really matters.