The November 20 meeting found UC Merced’s senators in a generous mood as they approved three bills that were put up to a vote tonight with limited opposition.

Halloween came to UC Merced a day early this year with the Campus Activities Board’s (CAB) event, Treats and Beats. What was a typical Wednesday afternoon full of lectures and labs soon turned into an evening filled with fun and free food.

One of the strongest storms to ever occur hit the Philippines recently and the death toll is expected to be well over 1,000. 

At the start of the November 13 meeting, Senator Agnes Wong suspended the legislative bylaws so she could add a last minute bill for the College Republicans club to the “New Business” section of the agenda.

As the years roll by, it is wonderful to reminisce about whatever society we happened to inhabit on any past Thanksgiving Day.

After President Jaron Brandon was removed from the senate table last week as an honorary member of Senate, Sergeant at Arms Domonique Jones and Internal Vice President Ivan Flores tried to silence him in his Presidential report this week.

Phi Delta Epsilon (PhiDE) hosted its first-ever Glow Run on Sunday, with their focus on philanthropy, on October 20. The campus event raised funds for Children’s Miracle Network.

UC Merced’s Undergraduate Research Journal (URJ) program, which publishes undergraduate work for research purposes, is now taking any writing pieces for their November publication.

With carnival music seeping into the room from the “Treats n’ Beats” event below, the ASUCM senators sped through their weekly meeting in an hour and a half.

UC Merced was dyed pink on October 25 in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Carnival of Pink was hosted by Colleges Against Cancer at UC Merced (CAC), a student-run club that has chapters across the country.

Inside the transformed Den, students are confronted by dim lighting and blind corners; bursting balloons and eerie spooks.

Senators expressed their fickle attitudes Wednesday night by voting to table indefinitely a bill, and its presidential reconsiderations, to fund the Bobcat Band which was passed by senators just last Wednesday.