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Senators clash over constitutional amendment changes

The last official ASUCR Senate meeting of the academic year on Wednesday, May 22 proved to be an emotional farewell. Highlighted topics included BCOE computer lab funding, changes within the office of Campus Internal...

Bill Killed: ASUCR stipend reform shot down

At a Legislative Review Committee (LRC) meeting Wednesday, May 16, a subcommittee in ASUCR that reviews and edits bills before they are debated on the senate floor, killed a bill that would have reduced...

ASUCR: GCAP, R’Courses and transfer recognition month

Last Wednesday, members of ASUCR approved $4,000 in Green Campus Action Plan (GCAP) committee funds to maintain a generator in UCR’s community garden for the purposes of creating electricity for campus events — one...

R’Voice disbanded, candidates plan appeal

R’Voice will no longer run as an official party for the 2013 ASUCR spring elections, due to the disqualification of a party member over missing documentation. Former R’Voice candidate Luis Morales did not submit his...

ASUCR: Election conflicts embroil senate

Last Wednesday’s more than six-hour-long ASUCR senate meeting was rife with controversy as spectators overflowing from the room expressed both support for and opposition to recent actions taken by ASUCR, including the initial disqualification...

ASUCR planning to install OZZI vending machines for reusable food containers

As of Oct. 31, ASUCR has been working on a project in tandem with UCR’s Green Campus Action Plan (GCAP) and UC Merced’s dining services to install plastic container vending machines at UCR dining...

ASUCR: Senate passes resolution to help feed hungry students

The audience was packed at the most recent ASUCR meeting as numerous student organizations including Providing Opportunities, Dreams and Education in Riverside (PODER), urged ASUCR to approve the creation of a food pantry on...

Student organizations voice concerns to ASUCR candidates

On April 15, members from the political parties ABC: A Better Choice and SIDE held a candidate endorsement hearing to drum up support from individual students and student organizations in the galley. ASUCR senator...

ASUCR: Senators approve changes in Elections Code

With student government elections only months away, ASUCR unanimously passed revisions to the Elections Code, such as adding gender-inclusive language. In addition, a proposal to extend library hours before finals week was delayed due...

“I hope my presidency will transform ASUCR for the betterment of the student body.”...

In an interview with the Highlander, Julian Gonzalez, the newly elected ASUCR president for the 2019-2020 school year discussed his hopes for his future as ASUCR president. Gonzalez is currently a third-year political science major....