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Cliff Notes May 2007: Volume 4, Number 2

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AFTER MONTHS AT THE BULLHORN, WORKERS SECURE WAGE HIKE – JAN. 29, 2009 The University of California reached a tentative contract settlement with the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees on Wednesday morning, closing a 15-month bargaining period for its 8,500 service workers.

LOFT CONTINUES SEARCH FOR PERMANENT FUNDS – FEB. 23, 2009 After five months in operation, The Loft—Price Center’s music, culture and arts lounge—remains strapped for permanent funding sources. Mean­while, campus-wide debate regarding ­student oversight of the venue presses on with increasing intensity.

POLICE FIND UNDERAGE DRINKING AT KOALA OFFICE – FEB. 26, 2009 Campus police detained several members of the Koala early Monday morning after discovering underage drinking in the publication’s Student Center Media Lounge space. The violation of University policy could lead to the organization’s suspension from its on-campus location for the second time in two years.

FIVE CANDIDATES VIE FOR A.S. PRESIDENCY – MARCH 12, 2009 Campaigning for the Associated Students general election kicked off last week—and after running practically unopposed last spring, it looks like Student Voice! candidates will finally face a little healthy competition.

N.E.R.D., GIRL TALK TO HEADLINE SUN GOD – APRIL 6, 2009 Less than a year after students slammed Garret Berg’s office for orchestrating what many referred to as the death of the Sun God Festival, Berg—current associate vice president of programming—has secured a slew of musicians he said he feels certain will inject new life into the annual festival.

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