The results of the 2012 ASUC general election were announced at Thursday night’s tabulation in the Valley Life Sciences Building at 6 p.m.
The results of this year’s ASUC election were tabulated in the Valley Life Sciences Building Thursday evening, during which the Student Action party once again swept all four partisan executive spots as well as the majority of the ASUC Senate. Browse through the gallery above for photos from the event,
A profile of Emeritus Curator of Mammals, Jim Patton who talks about his life researches. Read the full feature here.
The Independent presidential candidate Buddy Roemer spoke at UC Berkeley on Tuesday. Read the full article here.
Welcome to the tenth week of our ‘Weekly Recap’ series. This week: Ron Paul spoke to students and community members. The ASUC Senate voted on President Loomba’s Executive Order regarding the V.O.I.C.E. Initiative. Kelly Lin and Tianzong Jiang compiled this video.
On Saturday April 14th, the Indian Students Association put together an event for Holi, a festival that celebrates the coming of spring with colored dye, music, and dancing.
Wednesday morning, ASUC President Vishalli Loomba made an executive order invalidating the V.O.I.C.E initiative. That night, senators gathered to discuss and vote on her decision. Jeff Capps is the Lead ASUC producer.
Speaker of the Assembly John Perez led a roundtable discussion about the Middle Class Scholarship Act in the Senate Chambers on Thursday, April 12. Kelly Lin filmed this video. She is the Lead Arts Producer.
Watch a video interview with Berkeley Mayor Tom Bates. Read his full feature here.
Student groups in Eshleman Hall expressed their concerns about the new renovation plans for Lower Sproul once the building has been constructed. Many feel that the smaller allotted place will prove to be problematic for the ways they have been conducting business, as well as storage place would have to