daily californian logo

BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

Year! Review! Read our 2022 Year in Retrospect Issue!
tag

Andy Theocharous

Page 1 of 6

ASUC Executive Vice President, or EVP, Aditya Varma resigned from his position due to ideological differences with the ASUC.
featured article
ASUC Executive Vice President, or EVP, Aditya Varma resigned from his position due to ideological differences with the ASUC.
featured article
A proposal for a national security minor is currently in the works, although still in the early stages.
featured article
A proposal for a national security minor is currently in the works, although still in the early stages.
featured article
Although resolutions could be one of the clearest ways to make a statement as a senator, in looking across several UC campuses it is clear that, to various members of student governments, passing bills may not be the most important part of the job.
featured article
Although resolutions could be one of the clearest ways to make a statement as a senator, in looking across several UC campuses it is clear that, to various members of student governments, passing bills may not be the most important part of the job.
featured article
Campus sophomore Nathan Mizell will be filling in for former ASUC Executive Vice President Andy Theocharous for the rest of the semester.
featured article
Campus sophomore Nathan Mizell will be filling in for former ASUC Executive Vice President Andy Theocharous for the rest of the semester.
featured article
After the 2020 ASUC elections, the current executive officers’ term is coming to a close. COVID-19 has created a unique situation on campus and while all executives continue work on their platforms, most found themselves adjusting their plans to address current campus needs.
featured article
After the 2020 ASUC elections, the current executive officers’ term is coming to a close. COVID-19 has created a unique situation on campus and while all executives continue work on their platforms, most found themselves adjusting their plans to address current campus needs.
featured article
ASUC Executive Vice President Andy Theocharous resigned from his position due to "tragic circumstances" regarding a person close to him. Friends, family and professionals helped him come to the decision to resign in order to better focus on schoolwork, according to Theocharous in a letter sent to the ASUC Judicial Council.
featured article
ASUC Executive Vice President Andy Theocharous resigned from his position due to "tragic circumstances" regarding a person close to him. Friends, family and professionals helped him come to the decision to resign in order to better focus on schoolwork, according to Theocharous in a letter sent to the ASUC Judicial Council.
featured article
As the COVID-19 pandemic prompted students and course instructors to reorganize their spring semester, the ASUC has been working with campus administration to communicate student needs.
featured article
As the COVID-19 pandemic prompted students and course instructors to reorganize their spring semester, the ASUC has been working with campus administration to communicate student needs.
featured article
The ASUC Senate convened over video call Wednesday to discuss campus housing development projects and ASUC responses to COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus.
featured article
The ASUC Senate convened over video call Wednesday to discuss campus housing development projects and ASUC responses to COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus.
featured article
UC Berkeley administration is monitoring information regarding the global spread of COVID-19 to ensure that UC Berkeley’s 6,566 international students meet visa requirements after most in-person classes were canceled through March 29.
featured article
UC Berkeley administration is monitoring information regarding the global spread of COVID-19 to ensure that UC Berkeley’s 6,566 international students meet visa requirements after most in-person classes were canceled through March 29.
featured article
In response to students potentially being impacted by the spread of COVID-19, the new coronavirus, Cal Housing is offering $200 discounts for the first 200 students who register for housing in the 12-week summer session.
featured article
In response to students potentially being impacted by the spread of COVID-19, the new coronavirus, Cal Housing is offering $200 discounts for the first 200 students who register for housing in the 12-week summer session.
featured article