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Newly elected ASUCR president pro tempore discusses his goals and plans for next year

On Wednesday, May 13, Orlando Cabalo, a newly elected CHASS senator and a first-year history major, was officially voted into office as the incoming 2020-2021 president pro tempore (PPT) during a special election hosted...

ASUCR holds special elections for incoming president pro tempore and vice president of external...

At the ASUCR meeting held on Wednesday, May 13, two bills were passed regarding the addition of stipends to positions under the Office of Internal Affairs and update of positions under the Vice President...

Student expresses concern with elections website during ASUCR meeting

On Wednesday, May 6, ASUCR held their sixth meeting of the quarter. At the meeting, Samir  Al-Alami, a fourth-year political science major, expressed his concerns with the elections website during Public Forum.  Al-Alami expressed that he...

ASUCR Elections Committee conducts a remote elections week

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the campus closure, this year's ASUCR elections moved to a completely remote election week. Students received a personalized ballot link in their R’Mail. Polling hours were open from...

ASUCR debates over bill that would amend the stipends and regulations bylaw

At the ASUCR meeting held on Wednesday, April 29, members of ASUCR debated SB-S20: Addition of Section 11 to Chapter 8 Stipends and Regulations. During Committee Reports, President Pro Tempore and CHASS Senator Miguel Ramirez...

ASUCR president discusses meeting with UC President during ASUCR meeting

During the April 22 ASUCR meeting, ASUCR President Julian Gonzalez discussed a meeting he had along with all other Associated Students (AS) UC presidents and the UC President Janet Napilatano. 

ASUCR votes to push back voting week to April 27 through May 1

The second ASUCR meeting of spring quarter took place on April 8 via Zoom.  During Committee Reports, ASUCR Elections Director Dyanna Castaneda proposed changes to the ASUCR 2020 Elections....

ASUCR addresses students concerns over refund of tuition and fees; EVP announces that parliamentarian...

ASUCR held their first meeting of the quarter via Zoom on Wednesday April 1. In order to attend meetings, students need to register online. Students will be prompted...

ASUCR Elections Committee cancels all on-campus election events

On Tuesday, March 18, ASUCR Elections Director Dyanna Castaneda announced in a campuswide email that the ASUCR Elections Committee has cancelled all on-campus events, in adherence to UCR’s enactment of COVID-19 safety...

ASUCR debates over possible liabilities of a Lyft initiative

During the March 4 ASUCR meeting, debates were heard over the potential liabilities involved with a Lyft initiative that would provide UCR students a Lyft discount code on the day of Spring...