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Monday, February 24, 2020

ASUCR votes to transition two CHASS senators to the School of Public Policy and...

During the ASUCR meeting on Wednesday May 29, the newly elected senate began their term after the conclusion of the 2018-19 senate members’ last meeting. During new business, Abigail Cortes, the newly elected executive vice...

ASUCR: Election conflicts boil over, result in censure

This week’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 disqualification of...

67 elections violations reported by ASUCR judicial branch

ASUCR justices reported that 67 elections violations took place during this year’s ASUCR elections and over 30 strikes were handed out, according to Chief Justice of the Judicial Branch Davion Rowles. Most violations and...

New CHASS senator has high hopes for the future of ASUCR

Nelson Huerta has been hired to fill the recently vacant CHASS senatorial seat after the previous senator, Itzel Heraldez Rojo, stepped down for reasons unknown. Huerta is a third-year double major in sustainability studies...

ASUCR hosts special elections to fill vacant president pro tempore and school of public...

On Wednesday, Jan. 23, ASUCR held a special election to fill the vacant president pro tempore and School of Public Policy (SPP) senator positions after Preeti Juturu, who formerly held both positions, publicly resigned...

ASUCR considers banning political parties and laptopping in 2018 elections

On Wednesday, Dec. 6, ASUCR hosted their last meeting of fall quarter, beginning promptly at 6:30 p.m. ASUCR President Aram Ayra introduced his new Commission on Fair Housing and Neighborhood Relations during ex-officio reports....

ASUCR overturns executive order to reinstate justices; to vote on censure

In an early morning senate meeting, eight ASUCR senators, enough to supply a quorum, gathered to unanimously overturn an executive order by ASUCR President Nafi Karim to reinstate two removed justices. Additionally, Vice President...

Several ASUCR candidates face potential disqualification over campaign violations

An ASUCR Judicial Council meeting was held on Friday, May 3 to hear appeals from then-candidates Julian Gonzalez, Lennin Kuri, Isaiah Kim and Luis Huerta in regard to alleged campaign violations which could potentially...

ASUCR: R’Pantry bylaws receive criticism, acting executive vice president presentations

The ASUCR meeting held on Wednesday yielded comments at the public forum segment about edits made last week to a clause in the ASUCR bylaws which handles R’Pantry implementation and the Diversity Council. Acting...

ASUCR condemns ‘discriminatory’ Riverside housing policy

The first ASUCR senate meeting on Oct. 7 witnessed the passage of a resolution to condemn a Riverside city ordinance, which may lead to the possible termination of student renters. President Sai Patadia also...