In its meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 17, the ASSU Undergraduate Senate approved funding for various student groups, including Kappa Kappa Gamma for Snowchella, deliberated and voted against a bill to modify senate by-law policies and passed a resolution for a sustainable dining hall. The bill to modify the Senate by-law policies, drafted by Viraj Mehta…
With the Undergraduate Senate preparing for the December Special Elections, funding reform was the main topic of discussion at the Senate meeting Tuesday night.
The story of Paper Void’s creation began in the summer of 2013 when guitarist Gavin Leeper ‘13 M.S.’14 completed the Jazz Guitar Intensive at the Jazz School at Berkeley.
Sigma Nu and Kappa Kappa Gamma co-hosted the fifth annual Snowchella benefit concert on Feb. 1, raising more than $5,000 to assist HIV/AIDS charity Support for International Change (SIC).
Last Saturday night, hundreds of students rolled out to the Sigma Nu lawn for Snowchella, the yearly benefit concert that brought to campus three impressive acts: psychedelic rock band Cuckoo Chaos, disco-house producer Shook and music industry boss Salva.
The ASSU Undergraduate Senate allocated grants to 12 student groups hosting winter quarter events this week, disbursing just under $50,000 as part of the Senate’s new initiative to reduce its buffer fund.
What do professional sound men, three up-and-coming artists from disparate genres and an incongruous gazebo-shielded stage on Mayfield Avenue have in common? They all were part of Sigma Nu and Kappa Kappa Gamma’s third annual Snowchella benefit concert.