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
Occupy Cal gather on Sproul at 11 a.m. on April 9th to demand that charges from November 9th be dropped. They set up a phone-banking station to call representatives in Sacramento to voice their views. Honest Chung, ASUC presidential candidate, was also spotted at the event. Alice Oh filmed and
Five of the ASUC presidential candidates came to the Daily Californian office to have their last say on camera before the 2012 election on April 10, 2012. At this roundtable discussion, each candidate talked about their views, as well as, answered last lingering questions. Polls open April 10, 2012 at
The ASUC Candidates Forum, organized by the Daily Californian, was held Friday, April 6. Candidates from all parties participated in a debate facilitated by Nick Myers, Daily Californian’s opinion editor. Visit the YouTube descriptions for Parts 3-7 to see when which candidates answer what questions. Part 1: Introduction and Class
Presidential candidate Ron Paul spoke to a crowd of over 1000 on Thursday. Watch the full speech and read more here.
On Wednesday April 4 there was an economic inequality conference in Lewis Hall on UC Berkeley’s campus.
On Wednesday night, Berkeley students held a town hall meeting about democratically electing the next chancellor.