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A MESSAGE FROM… THE ASUC PRESIDENT

The tradition that began in 1887 continues this year as your ASUC has maintained its dedication to serving the students of UC Berkeley. The 2010-2011 academic year has already seen exciting programs, improved services and consistent advocacy that will continue for many more generations of students. Anyone interested in learning more, getting involved or taking advantage of the work we do should go online to ww.asuc.org to read about Cal’s unique student government.

NOAH STERN PRESIDENT

The ASUC focuses on many projects every year, but one of particular importance is the redevelopment of Lower Sproul. The fee referendum that passed in the spring of 2010 has allowed for the planning and construction of a $223 million new Student Union that asuc.org | president@asuc.org continued on pg 16

THE GRADUATE ASSEMBLY PRESIDENT On behalf of the Graduate Assembly, I wish you all the best for the spring semester. As President of the representative body for all graduate and professional students at Cal, I want to let you know about the issues we are working on this year.

MIGUEL DAAL PRESIDENT

On the campus level, we are pleased to be involved with the Lower Sproul Plaza revitalization. We are in the process of creating a graduate student center, which we believe will give all graduate and professional students a place to meet and relax, get coffee, and attend happy hours. We are working with the University to ensure that graduate student voices and funding priorities are reflected in actual student service fee (formerly Registration Fee) allocations. We believe that having graduate students involved in the fee change process ga.berkeley.edu

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THE ASUC AUXILIARY DIRECTOR

DR. NADESAN PERMAUL DIRECTOR

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It’s a new day at the A.S.U.C. The passage of the B.E.A.R.S. Referendum represents a major change in the presence and the impact of student leadership and agency on the Berkeley campus. As they did in yesteryear, the current student leaders are providing resources and funding for their actions and programs, building out a new and renovated student union complex, and providing services for a contemporary generation of Cal students that will carry on into the future. It was the dynamism and action of student leaders in A.S.U.C. government over the past four years that brought this new day to student life and activities on the Berkeley campus. Join with them as they chart a better quality of life for students in years to come. Get involved in A.S.U.C. government and make a difference. asuc.berkeley.edu |

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For more information about student government, please visit asuc.org. For more information about the magazine, ASUC services, programs and commercial services, please visit asuc.berkeley.edu.

Spring 2011 Executive Director: Nadesan Permaul Editorial: Luis J. Diaz, Ellie Laidlaw, Brooke Montgomery and Kiesha Oliver Design: www.marissaberger.com and Luis J. Diaz Cover Photo: Bunsak Pra Photography: Luis J. Diaz, Justin Gonzaga, Lauren Iacobuccivv, Eric Leung FSC certified Forest Stewardship Council certification means the paper we use is certified to have been harvested from forests that meet stringent environmental, social and economic standards. We follow a “Chain of Custody” which means the products we use are not contributing to habitat destruction and support only legal, responsible and verified activities that do not harm indigenous people, supporting communities’ rights to a healthy environment, workers’ rights to beneficial employment, and indigenous peoples’ rights to control their traditional lands and protect their cultural identity.

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OUR MISSION To create a studentcentered environment that provides the campus community with programs, activities, services and facilities that extend student

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CAREER PROFESSIONALS SERVING CAL STUDENTS, CAMPUS AND THE COMMUNITY

About the Auxiliary The ASUC Auxiliary is a dedicated group of career professionals who work with the students of UC Berkeley to provide quality programs and services. We emphasize student advising in everything we do, giving Cal students the opportunity to learn in a variety of situations. We assist more than 600 student groups in programming, budgeting and management. We also advise the staff and editors of 65 student-run publications, including the Blue & Gold Yearbook. We manage and maintain six websites showcasing ASUC services and programs. We work very closely with undergraduate and graduate student governments. We are dedicated to maintaining and improving ASUC facilities, including the Martin Luther King, Jr. Student Union Complex, Lower Sproul Plaza, Anthony Hall and Eshleman Hall. Our executive director works closely with campus officials to keep student needs in the forefront of the decision-making processes that affect all students and the university. We also operate, lease and oversee a variety of campus businesses and services, including the Berkeley Art Studio, ASUC Lecture Notes Online, the Bear’s Lair Food Court, Cal Lodge, the campus bookstore and all businesses housed in the ASUC Mall.

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Keeping Student Keeping Student Needs in the Forefront Needs in the Forefront Working directly with students, and maintaining and improving student resources is what the ASUC Auxiliary is all about. We are always available to mentor and advise Cal students. The executive director and all of the staff continually meet with representatives of graduate and undergraduate student government, and also make regular reports to the ASUC Senate and Store Operations Board. The Auxiliary also hosts leadership development programs throughout the year.

If you’re interested in finding out more or making a taxdeductible donation to ASUC projects and programs, please visit asuc.berkeley.edu/ donations

The ASUC Auxiliary is led by Dr. Nadesan Permaul, a UC Berkeley graduate, lecturer and career professional. Dr. Permaul also serves as an advisor to the Store Operations Board, which manages and oversees the Cal Student Store (operated under contract by Follett, Inc).

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OUR MISSION The Associated Students of the University of California are the elected

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representatives of the UC Berkeley student body. As the collective voice of the students, we build student power through leadership development; and through grassroots campaigns and coalitions, we fight to hold the University, City, State and Nation accountable to student needs.

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LEADERSHIP TEAM Noah Stern, President Nanxi Liu, Executive VP Ricardo Gomez, External Affairs VP Viola Tang, Academic Affairs VP Kelly Fabian, Student Advocate Senators Christopher Alabastro Larry Bach Michael Bloch Sabina Del Rvosso Joseph Freeman Elliot Goldstein Kenny Gong Jessie Hernandez Rachel Horning Vishalli Loomba

Courtney McDonald Spencer McLeod Stefan Montouth Farrah Moos Saerom Park Brandon Pham Waseem Salahi Alexander Tan Jisu Youm Jimmy Zhang

Associated Students of the University of California The Associated Students of the University of California is an independent, non-profit organization that serves as the student government at Cal. The ASUC’s goal is to serve UC Berkeley students, campus and the community. The ASUC provides an outstanding array of leadership opportunities to Cal students, and serves as the official voice of the student body. The student government provides a platform for students to hold the university accountable for the needs of all students. Elected officials regularly meet with top campus officials to keep student needs and successful outcomes in the forefront at all times. The ASUC achieves its goals through various branches of the student government. These include five elected officers (the President, Executive Vice President, External Affairs Vice President, Academic Affairs Vice President and Student Advocate), twenty elected Senators (both undergraduate and graduate), the Judicial Council and the Graduate Assembly. There is a large number of internship and staff positions (non-elected) at the ASUC. The ASUC is funded by a fee paid each semester by every Cal student. In addition to providing a voice for students, the ASUC offers an outstanding variety of services and programs for students. Students can intern in the various ASUC offices, gaining valuable experience while establishing new friendships. Many scholarships and grants are distributed by the ASUC. The Student Advocate’s Office provides an invaluable resource for students and gives free and confidential assistance on matters ranging from grade appeals, residency applications, and other university grievances. Student groups provide free peer and legal counseling, student entertainment and many, many more services and programs. The ASUC also realizes a deep commitment to the community, offering free health programs, resource groups, tutoring for grade school children and many other outreach programs. For more information about the student government call (510) 642-1431 or email secretariat@asuc.org

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THE “GA” — BERKELEY’S GRADUATE STUDENT GOVERNMENT

GRADUATE ASSEMBLY (GA) OUR MISSION The Graduate Assembly’s vision is to engage and empower graduate students to work together for academic, political, and social change— both inside and outside the UC Berkeley community. As a graduate student government, we are actively engaged in pinpointing graduate student needs, providing resources, and advocating for graduate students through campus and community activism. The graduate student government provides resources and advocacy for more than 10,000 UC Berkeley graduate students, both on and off campus. Its legislative and authorizing body is the Delegate Assembly, which comprises representatives from all academic units, departments and schools. One-third of the GA’s budget is used to offer funding to registered graduate student groups, as well as travel grants to individual graduate students through an application process. Another third of the GA’s budget is for campus and external (city, state and federal) advocacy, focusing on improving the financial, academic and campus life aspects of being a graduate student. The final third of the GA’s budget supports eight projects: • The Graduate Support Services Project • The Graduate Minority Student Project • The Graduate Women’s Project • The Graduate Social Club • The Graduate Minority Recruitment, Retention and Outreach Project • The Berkeley Graduate (www.theberkeleygraduate.com) • The Women of Color Initiative • The Graduate Global Development Project

2010–2011 ELECTED OFFICIALS

Miguel Daal, President Danielle Love, Campus Affairs Vice President Alberto Ortega, External Affairs Vice President Elizabeth De la Torre, Project Coordinator Liaison Michael Nicholas, Budget Officer Tiffany Ng, Rules Officer Bradley Froehle, Communications Chair Mary Whelan, Funding Chair Jordan Zachritz, Environmental Sustainability Chair Dhawal Mujumdar, International Student Affairs Chair Philippe Marchand, Internal Coordinator Apple Williams, Samveg Saxena and Nick Kohut, Graduate Council Representatives

These projects support graduate student communities by sponsoring and hosting events and activities.

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THE OFFICE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS GUIDES THE PROGRAMS,

The many different student groups and publications in existence at Cal are as wide and varied as the student body itself. From the Cal Dragon Boat Team to SUPERB (Student Entertainment), student groups cover a huge variety of fields and interests.

EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES OF STUDENT GOVERNMENT, STUDENT GROUPS AND STUDENT PUBLICATIONS. OUR DOOR IS ALWAYS OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS. WE SERVE IN AN ADVISORY ROLE — HELPING WITH PLANNING, BUDGETING, PROCEDURES AND MUCH, MUCH MORE.

The ASUC Constitution provides that the Office of Student Affairs is responsible for advising all ASUC-sponsored student groups registered with Campus Life and Leadership. Advising consists of general support services as well as ensuring that student groups follow all University and ASUC policies and procedures, in addition to state and federal regulations. All groups and publications have an advisor who works closely with them to ensure success throughout the academic year. Other services offered include planning, leadership training, group dynamics and conflict resolution. The director of the office specifically advises the ASUC student government. Other advisors split their time between student service groups, activity groups and publications. We are always available to help with the formation or expansion of a group or publication.

Likewise, student publications are diverse and stimulating. The ASUC sponsors over 65 student publication groups publishing a variety of magazines, newspapers, newsletters, and journals for specific and general interest audiences. The publications advisor works with staffers and editors to advise them in matters of staff development, finances, advertising, contracts, graphics, distribution, production, editing and leadership.

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Many student groups are able to obtain some funding through the yearly ASUC budgeting process or through Senate bills. The Office of Student Affairs manages these funds but also administers funds that are raised from other sources, including grants and donations.

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CERAMICS PAINTING DRAWING PHOTO & MORE!

Art for the People, by the People In addition to various classes, the Art Studio offers open studio use of black and white dark rooms and ceramics studio.  Customers can purchase a semester-long membership which entitles them to general use of the facilities. Check the Berkeley Art Studio website for the latest prices and inquire at the front desk for special photography and ceramics packages.

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ASUC LECTURE NOTES

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SPRING 2011 COURSES Anthropology 1, 3AC, 114 City & Regional Planning 110 Economics 1, 100A, 100B Engineering 7 Geography 130 Legal Studies 161 Mathematics 1B, 16A, 16B, 53, 54 MCB 102, 104, C160

NST 160 Public Health 103, 112 Physics 8A, C10 Political Science 3 Psychology C129, 130, 140, 150, 156, 160, 166AC, 167AC Sociology 180C Statistics 21

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AN AMAZING BY STUDENTS, FOR STUDENTS ASUC Lecture Notes Online delivers high quality lecture notes from a variety of Cal classes. Students purchase a course subscription and may download a set of notes from each lecture by 5 pm the next day. The notes, which are carefully edited, contain web links, photographs, equations and diagrams. UC Berkeley ASUC Lecture Notes Online lecturenotes.berkeley.edu

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A student who has previously taken the course and earned an “A” attends each class, with the professor’s approval. The notes are then sent to our editing team, which reviews the notes and uploads them to our web site. Subscribers are then able to download the notes. We also offer instant access to complete sets of archived notes from an entire semester for hundreds of past courses. The service is subsidized by the ASUC and employs more than 100 students each year as note takers, editors and webmasters. Subscribers are respectfully asked not to share their subscription. The service depends on individual subscriptions to exist and take notes in more classes.

EDITING Fast, complete editing is available for any type of document and we also do content editing for web sites. We edit for consistency, clarity, correct grammar and spelling, layout and references. All editing is done online via e-mail. Check out the lecture notes site for rates. Next-day service is available.

NOTETAKING Hire a professional notetaker for your next conference, seminar or meeting. We deliver a full transcript the next day.

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WHAT IS H.U.B?

More space for students brought to you by the B.E.A.R.S. Initiative

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n short, it stands for “Hearst Gym use through the B.E.A.R.S. Initiative.” But what does it do? The H.U.B. Program allows registered student organizations to use rooms in Hearst Gymnasium for practices and limited programming beginning January 18, 2011. You can reserve rooms at the Event Services office, located in the Student Union Mall, or, you can also make reservations online at eventservices.berkeley.edu The B.E.A.R.S. Initiative, approved by students in the spring of 2010, is a campaign to revitalize Lower Sproul, emphasize sustainability, and promote

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student interests. It includes funding to provide registered student groups at Cal with access to space for their activities in Hearst Gym, within published guidelines and free of charge for standard use. Rooms are available during the evenings Monday through Friday and during the days on weekends. Hours of access are generally as follows: Monday through Friday: 9:00 p.m. to Midnight. Saturday and Sunday: 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. The program runs for fifteen (15) weeks each semester during the academic year. It coincides with the

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academic calendar from the start of instruction, through the last week of classes, to the Friday of “Deadweek.” To find out more about requirements for use of space, visit asuc.berkeley. edu. The A.S.U.C. (Associated Students of the University of California), your student government, has made this program possible, and will be evaluating it to ensure that students get the service they deserve. Questions? Please call Event Services at 510.642.1141. For more information about the B.E.A.R.S. Initiative visit studentcenter.berkeley.edu.


RENOVATIONS,

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his past year, the Student Union complex has undergone some major changes. Both Eshleman Hall (the student government building) and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Student Union underwent seismic work. In conjunction with that work in the Student Union, the A.S.U.C. Store Operations Board has approved new businesses and renovations to current businesses, all of which are opening this spring.

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The newly renovated Coffee Spot in the Bear’s Lair, which will include a new Tacqueria! Saigon Eats: Vietnamese Food brought to you by a Cal graduate. You may remember their food (pictured below) from “Taste of Berkeley” in the fall. They were the tent with the longest line!

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A new Subway location in Bear’s Lair. The one over at Telegraph and Bancroft, across the street from the Student Union, has calculated their demand, and is looking forward to opening a new location, co-owned by local small business operators!

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A newly renovated Tully’s Coffee: Tully’s will be renovating their kiosk in the lobby of the Student Union off of Upper Sproul Plaza to accommodate a new door from the plaza on the south side, and to better serve Oski’s Lounge which had all new furniture and will be enhanced even more during the spring with more electrical outlets and sitting space.

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A new Kaplan Test Prep location: Kaplan, which has served thousands of Cal students since 1990, will be opening a classroom in the ASUC Mall off of Lower Sproul Plaza. They will also be offering classes in the Student Union on the 4th floor at various times. Both are convenient locations for students to take classes.

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SHOP & DINE AT CAL AND GIVE BACK TO STUDENTS!

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BUSINESSES SERVING CAL STUDENTS AND THE COMMUNITY

CUBS Credit Union for Berkeley Students, staff and faculty is open in a new office in the ASUC Mall, next to the lower level of the Cal Student Store. Members enjoy free checking, great loan rates and a full menu of banking services. On campus, convenient and also online.

Tully’s Coffee is in Oski’s Café & Lounge, the lobby area of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Student Union. Enjoy a cup full of their fair-trade coffee while studying for your next exam!

The Coffee Spot offers an array of tantalizing fresh salads, sandwiches, fresh fruit and muffins. Plus they will expand this semester with the opening of a new tacqueria in Bear’s Lair! The Bear’s Lair Pub, recently voted one of the top college pubs in the nation, offers 20 different and delicious brews on tap, as well as a great selection of pizzas,

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White Castle burgers, Big Bowl salads and non-alcoholic beverages. The pub is open to all ages.

Saigon Eats and Subway are the newest additions to the Bear’s Lair Food Court! Vietnamese Food brought to you by a Cal graduate. Cal Lodge is located in Soda Springs/Norden on Hwy. 80, with immediate access to winter sky resorts, proximate to the North Shore of Lake Tahoe, as well as summer rafting on the Truckee River, rock climbing, Donner Lake camping and boating, and much more. A great place to meet and retreat!

Kaplan, which has served thousands of Cal students since 1990, will open a classroom in the ASUC Mall in Lower Sproul Plaza, and will offer classes in the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union—both convenient locations for students to take classes!

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EVENT PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT

Pauley Ballroom Affordable Meeting Spaces Experienced & Professional Staff Located in the heart of the Campus Event Services at the Student Union is your resource for complete event planning including the right venue, equipment rental, linens and catering. Before you start planning your next club or group meeting, conference or event, contact Event Services first to save time and money.

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MLK, Jr. Student Union 1st Floor (510) 642-1141 reservations@berkeley.edu

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Alumnus Spotlight Former Graduate Assembly President Josh Daniels reflects on being a part of Cal Student Government

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al alumnus Josh Daniels, who was recently elected to serve on the Berkeley Unified School District Board, regards his involvement in UC Berkeley’s student government a valuable experience that prepared him for his current position. Daniels graduated from Wesleyan University, where studied Government and Mathematics in one of the school’s combined B.A./M.A. programs. His desire to be more involved during his graduate career, and the strong connection he still felt with Berkeley, led him back to the Bay Area. He enrolled in one of UC Berkeley School of Law’s concurrent degree programs and earned his J.D. and a M.P.P. at the Goldman School of Public Policy. In law school Daniels co-founded the Berkeley High Student Court, an alternative discipline program at Berkeley High School. The idea was to give students who got in trouble meaningful consequences rather than simply suspending them. Its purpose was not to be more lenient on troublemakers, but to give them an opportunity to take responsibility for their actions. “It did provide students, who were willing to admit what they had done, the opportunity to take responsibility for what they’ve done, to avoid suspension but still have a significant and effective consequence,” Daniels said. Today the program continues, and is still run by law students. During law school, Daniels also mobilized a project that had been talked about but never started: redeveloping Lower Sproul. After he was elected President of the Graduate Assembly (GA) at Cal, Daniels collaborated with students and staff to find out what it would take to renovate the area. He conducted a general survey that gauged the need for and costs of redeveloping Lower 16

Sproul. Aside from figuring out basic costs and what buildings it would include, the survey also considered things like graduate student foot traffic through Lower Sproul. He turned these details into something tangible that could be reviewed by the University. What he did was provide a basic overall sketch of what could be done, which was extremely useful for future GA elected officials. Daniels’ involvement in the GA also complimented his education at Cal. “I thought being in the Graduate Assembly was the best part of my graduate experience,” he said. “The combination of getting a law degree with a policy degree and being in the student government was a very interesting mix of all three experiences.”

For example, he was taking a legislation class at the same time the he was writing a referendum for the RSF. As he was taking a leadership class at the Goldman School of Public Policy, he was trying to, at a graduate student level, mobilize students around the Lower Sproul redevelopment project. “Even though being on the Berkeley school board will bring many different things that there’s no way I could have learned in the student government, I think that aspect of my experience dealing with the politics of the administration – melding politics and finance with policy – will be valuable to me as a launching point for how to be a school board member.”

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will open in 2017. The new state-of-the art campus living room will feature an abundance of student-dedicated space and reinvigorate student life at Cal. To learn more about the project visit: http:// lowersproul.berkeley.edu. The elected officials of the ASUC can serve students best when we hear from you! You can find the e-mails for all of your elected officials online at the ASUC website so please, if you have any questions, concerns or suggestions, do not hesitate to reach out and start the conversation. You can start with me; my e-mail is president@asuc.org. I look forward to hearing from you! Good luck this semester and Go Bears!

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will help to prioritize funding for services such as health and fitness. We are also collaborating with the other schools in the UC system to create a comprehensive Graduate Student Bill of Rights, and with the Student Advocates for Graduate Education (SAGE) Coalition, a national consortium of public universities working with state and national legislators on issues such as student indebtedness, taxation of fellowships, and student visas. We invite you to check out our website to learn more about what we do, and to see how you can get involved: http:// ga.berkeley.edu


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