And you thought this was over ... People, people, people. The ASUC elections are over. Why–dear god, why–are we still talking about them?

Oh, because members of both CalSERVE and Student Action have alleged that candidates from the opposite party engaged in dubious campaigning techniques? So worth it! JKLOL.

We mean, seriously. When it’s an actual tradition for party leaders to “meet every year to corroborate and compare allegations with one another at the end of elections,” there is a problem with the way things are being run. Maybe that’s politics, but on the other hand, read more »


197Excited? Boy, so are we.

Your brand new prez: Noah Stern (Student Action)

Executive VP: Nanxi Liu (Student Action)

External Affairs VP: Ricardo Gomez (CalSERVE)

Academic Affairs VP: Viola Tang (CalSERVE)

Student Advocate: Kelly Fabian (Independent)

Senate rankings: 11 Student Action, 6 CalSERVE, 1 SQUELCH!, 1 Cooperative Movement, 1 Independent

B.E.A.R.S. Initiative: all systems go!

Constitutional Amendment: ditto

For all final votes and about a bajillion comments worth of feedback, hit the Daily Cal—or just tell us your multitudinous thoughts below.

ASUC General Election 2010 Results [Daily Cal]


ASUC-athon 2010: Go time!OMG, guys we’re so excited! Know why? Know why? Guess! Oh man, it’s so exciting. Give up? OK, we’ll tell you. We’ve just received the first tasty morsel of information about this year’s upcoming ASUC elections–the CalSERVE party’s executive slate!

Those of you who are new to the campus may not be familiar with the endless parade of pointlessness associated with Berkeley’s student government elections campaigning, so be forewarned: After spring break, you will be ambushed and it will be unpleasant and confusing. But that’s all we’ll say about that for now.

And back to the matter at hand. Here are the lucky(-ish) winners of whatever mysterious game is in charge of deciding these things: read more »