News

 

The CalTV News Department provides a visual and in-depth look into the diverse issues surrounding the UC Berkeley community. Our team of reporters and producers work on stories that range from investigate reports, interviews with public figures, human interest stories and even political satire pieces. Our expertise — from the stories we choose to cover to the history we provide on complex subjects — all contribute to a thoughtfully crafted approach to creating news stories students care about. We actively recruit, retain and develop talented, diverse and adaptable individuals who have a passion for truth, honesty and integrity, and the guts to go out and get the story.

 

The Great Debate: Berkeley Republicans vs. Cal Democrats debate highlights

 

Berkeley College Republicans and Democrats debated the most controversial issues we are faced following the violent Milo protests. Join reporter and debate moderator, Emanuelle Le Chat, for highlights

 
 

Taco Bell vs La Burrita - Is this Town Too Small for the Both of Them?

 

Is Taco Bell's presence the cold iron fist of capitalism beating down on the common man? Do people want more alcohol at La Burrita? Will Max get a date in the end? Stay tuned to find out.

 
 

Changing Lives one Coffee cup at a Time: A Berkeley Cafe Welcomes Refugees

 

The recently opened 1951 Coffee Company on Channing Way trains refugees in running the business. A former journalist from Afghanistan was hired and shared her story with CalTV News Correspondent Thomas Manglona II.

 
 

PSA on ASUC Scholarships and Grants

 

Click to find out more about available scholarships and grants courtesy of the ASUC:

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"Trump, We Need to Talk" 

 

As hundreds of students gathered on the UC Berkeley campus following the historical election of Donald J. Trump, CalTV News reporter Erin Curley asked students about their thoughts on the results. Does this election spell disaster or inspire hope?

 
 

"Do I want to get shot by a clown today?" 

 

Watch as CalTV News reporter Emmanuelle Le Chat finds out how students on our campus feel about all the recent clown sightings, just in time for Halloween. Are these sightings serious or just a sick joke?