Eva Malis is a junior majoring in environmental science. Eva is very active environmental and conservation activities at U.C. Berkeley. She co-founded the Students of Color Environmental Collective, worked as the blog editor of the California Student Sustainability Coalition, and serves as a council member for the ECO Environmental Coalition, among her vast other involvements. Eva, has also trained as a Doris Duke Conservation Scholar and has been described by program administrators as one of the most remarkable environmental leaders in the making. Eva plans to pursue graduate study in […]
Jesse Bowens is a transfer student to U.C. Berkeley from Las Positas College. She will receive her degree in May 2016 as a Business Administration major from the UC Haas School of Business. Upon graduation, she will attend Peking University to earn a Masters in Chinese Studies with an emphasis in Economics and Management. She currently serve as Scholarships coordinator for the Berkeley Student Foundation, a Cohort Leader for the Haas Cohort Program, and was selected as a CalCPA Emerging Accounting Scholar.
“Andrew is an athlete, lawyer, entrepreneur and aspiring policy-maker. He studied politics at the University of California, Berkeley where he was a member of the Division 1 Varsity Water Polo Team. He also studied law at Cambridge University where he was awarded a “Blue” – the one of the University’s most prestigious sporting awards. He was born in New Zealand and grew up in Hong Kong where he attended the Chinese International School. Andrew has represented Hong Kong as a swimmer and water polo player, and hasplayed in the China […]
Matthew Chang is a junior majoring in political science. He has been deeply involved with the ASUC since transferring to U.C. Berkeley from university of Nevada, Reno. He has volunteered with the ASUC Legal Clinic and has been nominated to the ASUC Judicial Council as a justice that deals with arbitration cases within the student government. Matthews Strauss projects organizes student volunteers to assist undocumented students apply for DACA status and those seeking to immigrate to the United States. After graduating from Berkeley, Matthew hopes to attend law school.
Mistyne Hall is a junior majoring in Native American Studies at U.C. Berkeley. She successfully made the often arduous transition as a re-entry, transfer student from College of the Desert, in Palm Desert, CA, to one the most academically challenging institutions in the country. Additionally, Mistyne has not only already become deeply involved on campus, but has also ascended to a position of leadership on campus from nearly day one. Seeing a need, she founded the Prosilient Natives of Diverse Nations to support Native American students on campus. She is […]