Listen to Spring 2012 University News Editor J.D. Morris talk with ASUC reporter Chloe Hunt about the spring semester, party dynamics in the student senate, a larger-than-usual election, and the controversy surrounding the two ballot initiatives, VOICE and the Class Pass.
Members of the Occupy Movement have started a community farm on UC owned research land.
Kenya Wheeler is a graduate student at Berkeley who was diagnosed with brain cancer. Read his full feature here.
Demonstrators from various Occupy groups have gone to Albany UC-owned lands and have set up camp to farm the land. As a response, the UC has shut off the water, making it impossible for demonstrators to plant. Lesley Haddock, a UC Berkeley sophomore, shares her experiences so far in the
Prospective students flooded the campus for the annual Cal Day. Listen to interviews with several prospective students as they enjoy their Cal Day experience.
Many events happened this week at UC Berkeley. Check out this video to see what you might have missed: On Tuesday, Independent Presidential candidate, Buddy Roemer, spoke to UC Berkeley students about his platform. Also, on Tuesday, the UC Berkeley chapter of CalPIRG held a tax day press conference about
Around 500 people flocked to Memorial Glade on the UC Berkeley campus to celebrate the 4/20 holiday at 4:20pm. Danny Brown, a Detroit rapper, performed on Lower Sproul Plaza later in the day.
Since Cal Day is Saturday, hoards of perspective students are flooding onto campus. To help them out, we went to different housing options in Berkeley and got a tour with a sorority, fraternity, co-op, private housing, dorm and apartment. Watch the video as they show off their crib!
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.