Hey everybody! Just a friendly reminder that tonight we're having a screening of Miyazaki's "My Neighbor Totoro" at HP Auditorium in Soda Hall! Be sure to come out and bring all of your friends!
I am excited to announce that I am running to represent the STEM community in ASUC senate! My commitment to the STEM community is to cut out the politics, speak to the students, and tackle the tangible issues that are important to everyone.
Here are the facts:...
STEM is sorely underrepresented in senate and we are suffering as a community because of it.
If we don't speak up, we will lose the College of Chemistry and the Public Health major, while funding is diverted to construction that benefits the few.
If we don't speak up, we will never have advisors for undeclared CS, pre-med, and pre-business majors, who already have the cards stacked against them by institutional cutoffs.
If we don't speak up, we will never have adequate mental health resources for Cal students, over 50% of whom are suffering from mental illness, the vast majority untreated.
I have been told that as one person, I cannot make a change, but I disagree. That is a defeatist mentality. Change is made day by day, class by class, and student by student. STEM majors cannot be thrown to the sidelines any longer and we must refuse to remain as bystanders. I want to be your advocate.
I need your support. We can do this together.
*Thank you to the community member that pointed out a typo in the previous infographic! The final point in "Fund the People" should be to save the "College of Chemistry", and not the "Chemistry Department".*