Snow leads to heavy damage at Cal Lodge

The Cal Lodge sustained $222,000 of damage in part due to severe snowfall last winter, interim ASUC Auxiliary Director Marilyn Stager said in a report to the ASUC Senate Wednesday night. Last winter, the lodge — a mountainside cabin near Lake Tahoe owned by the ASUC — fell prey to the
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ASUC Senate to consider bill supporting Occupy Cal movement

The ASUC Senate will meet Wednesday night to consider a bill that supports the Occupy Cal movement, which includes a Nov. 9 walkout and noontime rally on Sproul Plaza, and that provides financial support for buses to transport students to the upcoming UC Board of Regents meeting at UC San
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UC student regents warn of possible tuition hikes

UC Student Regent Alfredo Mireles Jr. and UC Student Regent-designate Jonathan Stein spoke of impending tuition hikes facing students if they do not voice their opinions at Wednesday night’s ASUC Senate meeting. The UC Board of Regents will be making long-term financial decisions during the next five months and is
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Entertainers on stilts at Lawrence Berkeley National Labs amuse visitors.

Berkeley Lab open house draws in curious crowds

A mad scientist on stilts was spotted Saturday morning roaming between the booths at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s annual open house to answer questions from the community. The Berkeley Lab hosted its annual open house Cirque des Sciences on Saturday, where scientists and researchers from the lab displayed their
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