Overlooking the crowd at the Treasure Island Music Festival, the 40-foot art installation by Marco Cochrane titled ‘Bliss Dance’ was relocated to Treasure Island in May 2011 after Burning Man 2010.
Cloud Nothings performs in front of Sproul Hall on Wednesday in a free concert put on by ASUC SUPERB. The group of three comprises an indie rock band that hails from Cleveland, Ohio.
Longtime friends and musical collaborators Andy Cabic and Devendra Banhart perform at the [email protected]
: Friday Nights series at the Berkeley Art Museum. The duo’s music is folk-influenced.
Tanay Nandgaonkar, ASUC senator and sophomore, feeds a carrot to a llama with his mouth. Llamas were on campus to advertise “Questival,” a 24-hour race in which teams compete for trips, gear and more.
The final steel beam for Eshleman Hall’s frame rests in front of Zellerbach Hall in a ceremony Oct. 14 commemorating the ongoing construction on Lower Sproul. Students were allowed to sign the beam.
Sakura Saunders talks to student passersby about murals depicting globalization as part of a display on water politics.
CALPIRG offers an opportunity for students to register to vote near Sather Gate on Monday. Representatives from CALPIRG and the ASUC worked on the New Voters Project, which aimed to register 10,000 students to vote by Monday’s registration deadline.
With a new recommendation, Berkeley may pounce on a more fur-friendly regulation that would prohibit a no-pets policy from landlords. This eager pup on Sproul seems pleased at the prospect!