Active Minds Club members speak about their End of Silence Movement, part of the club’s suicide awareness and prevention campaign, which took place at the UC Davis quad on Monday and Tuesday, April 25th and 26th. Our spring reporter, Myah Daniels, covers the two-day event. (Image: activemindsucd.wixsite.com)
The Thursday News Broadcast brings you the weekly weather forecast, an interview with “An American Mosque” filmmaker, David Washburn, a report about the UCD undocumented center, and a piece on the food resource website, Spoon University.
The Thursday News Broadcast reports on current news abroad, the weekly weather forecast, a UCD School of Law Cannabis Symposium, and a story regarding Islamophobia on-campus and in American society.
The Thursday News Broadcast covers current news abroad, ASUCD Senate plans for the upcoming spring quarter, and the history of Unitrans’ Double Decker buses.
The Tuesday News Broadcast brings you news regarding the Fire Katehi student protest, a story about the grand opening of Three Mile Brewing in downtown Davis, an interview with CN Gorman Museum- showcased artist, Annie Ross, and a piece on the UCD Bohart Museum of Entomology.
Our winter reporters, Kelly Brady and Justine Medina, team up to investigate the ASUCD allocated budget for the 2016-2017 academic year. The story includes information from the ASUCD controller and financial advisor, Joseph DeAngelo, as well as an interview with winter term senator, Sofia Molodanof. (Image: asucd.ucdavis.edu)
The winter piece covers the on-going efforts made by two big clubs on campus for mental health awareness, the Active Minds Club and the National Association on Mental Illness (NAMI). News reporter, Kelly Brady, interviews the president of NAMI in addition to one of the Public Relations officers for the Active Minds Club. (Image: namiatucdavis.edu)
The Tuesday News Broadcast reports on the week’s weather forecast, the Black Lives Matter movement #BlackUnderAttack, and an interview with an ASUCD senate candidate regarding environmental policy.
Our winter reporter, Rajitmeet Singh, covers the hate crime that occurred on Monday, February 15th at 3 a.m., involving an African American female Davis student and three Caucasian males at the university’s on-campus housing location known as West Village. Singh documents the student “Black Under Attack” Movement that spiraled as a result, as the former ASUCD president, Mariah Watson, spoke out against anti-blackness. (Image: 36.media.tumblr.com)
Our winter reporter, Julianne Roberts, writes about the London double-Decker buses that are utilized by Unitrans, UC Davis’ student-run transportation service. She interviews the student manager for Unitrans and former Unitrans maintenance manager, providing information about the vehicles’ upkeep and purpose in England during the late 1930’s to late 1970’s. (Image: ucdavis.edu)