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ASUCR holds first meeting of the quarter, CNAS vacancy filled

ASUCR held its first meeting of the quarter on Wednesday, Oct. 3, and started the quarter off by filling the vacant CNAS senator position with third-year biology major Kenneth Vongdi. The meeting saw public...

VCSA announces continuation of HEAT Music Festival

  ASUCR’s fourth senate meeting of the year saw the passage of two resolutions and the announcement that HEAT Music Festival will be continued in the winter quarter 2017. During ex-officio reports, ASUCR President Shafi Karim...

ASUCR welcomes new vice president of external affairs

This week’s ASUCR meeting began with a visit from the parents of sexual assault survivor Amanda Nguyen seeking support for a Survivor’s Bill of Rights that is currently sitting in the House of Representatives....

ASUCR calls emergency meeting to discuss possible re-elections

An emergency meeting was called on Sunday, April 24 at 8 p.m. in the ASUCR senate chambers to discuss the judicial opinion that was delivered on the previous Friday, April 22, when the ASUCR...

ASUCR votes on appointments at special elections meeting

  In an hour-long special elections meeting held in the senate chambers at 5 p.m. on Monday, May 23, ASUCR convened to hold its inaugural meeting with the newly elected senators, directors and executive cabinet...

ASUCR approves $35,000 allocation for R’Gear

On Wednesday, Feb. 28, ASUCR senators voted to pass a $35,285.45 expenditure to fund R’Gear by a vote of 9-3-1. Started by 2014-15 ASUCR President Nafi Karim, the program is now considered a tradition...

CHASS senator challenges strikes and censures issued by judicial council

ASUCR’s first state of the association meeting of spring quarter began on Wednesday, April 19 at 6:11 p.m. in the senate chambers. The senate welcomed newly instated CHASS Senator Danielle Flores, a second-year sustainability...

Students urge administrators to support Costo Hall

Following the Highlander Empowerment Referendum’s (HESSR) failure to meet the minimum 20 percent voter turnout required to pass increased funding for Costo Hall programs, concerned students met with administrators to express their frustrations with...

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...

Three referendums placed on 2014 elections ballot

Deck: With the ASUCR elections right around the corner, UCR students will decide the fate of three referendum items surrounding ASUCR, campus diversity and the environment. Last Wednesday, senators unanimously voted in favor of placing...