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Ann Coulter to visit Cal on April 27 


Conservative speaker Ann Coulter is expected to make an appearance on campus on April 27, 2017 after accepting an invitation from the Berkeley College Republicans. CalTV News Correspondent Thomas Mangloña II speaks with a BCR officer and undergraduate student before Coulter's visit and possible protests to shut it down.


Lit with a Brit: 4/20 Edition


From the creators of Beer with a Brit, Max Brimelow goes out to Memorial Glade on 4/20 to check on the founders The Green Team Cannabis Collective. Named the best weed provider in Berkeley by the Daily Cal, this student-led group is dedicated to delivering quality medicinal cannabis to students and residents in the Bay Area.


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


PSA on ASUC Scholarships and Grants


The student body will be voting on potential new charges to add onto the current UC Berkeley tuition. CalTV News reporter Perla Shaheen speaks with three of the primary proponents behind the fee referenda.


"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?