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Senate passes Enacting Chapter XXXIII: Removal and Vacancy Procedures bill

On Wednesday, Jan. 29, ASUCR held their fourth meeting of winter quarter. The meeting was the first State of the Association meeting of the quarter. Before the agenda was approved, CHASS Senator and President Pro...

ASUCR: proposes opt-out fee

The ASUCR senate convened last Wednesday November 18, 2015, to discuss a variety of topics, among them the presentation of the Student Advocacy, Governance and Engagement (SAGE) opt-out fee. University of California Student Association (UCSA)...

Full steam ahead for R’Gear: Executive veto struck down by ASUCR Judicial Council

R’Gear earned a victory in the ASUCR Judicial Council late Tuesday afternoon as the justices overturned an executive veto, allowing the project to continue, according to the majority opinion delivered by Justice Peter Haddad....

ASUCR continues elections debate

This week’s ASUCR senate meeting saw the continuation of discussion involving the judicial council’s ruling to not validate elections results. ASUCR also passed a resolution calling for the resignation or termination of a “sensitive...

Students upset over in-person instruction discuss concerns during ASUCR’s 12th meeting.

On Wednesday, Jan. 26, the 12th Associated Students of UCR meeting took place remotely through Zoom. All senators were present, excluding CNASS senator Catelin La and SPP senator Arleth Flores-Aparicio who were excused.  Motions to...

ASUCR near unanimously votes to ban laptopping from 2018 elections

On Wednesday, Jan. 24, ASUCR senators voted to officially ban laptopping from the 2018 elections with a vote of 9-1-0. This decision comes after senators banned political parties Wednesday, Jan. 17 after a contentious...

Two pieces of legislation were presented and approved at ASUCR’s 15th meeting

On Wednesday, Feb. 16, the 15th Associated Students of UCR meeting took place both in person and through Zoom at the ASUCR Senate Chambers. All members of the senate were present, excluding CHASS senator...

ASUCR discusses university budget management, declares solidarity with AFSCME during strike

On Wednesday, Oct. 23, ASUCR held its fifth meeting of the quarter at 6:33 p.m. During the approval of the agenda, CHASS Senator Julian Gonzalez motioned to add Student Resolution (SR) F18003 to the agenda,...

ASUCR discusses making R’Gear a mandatory event for senators and lack of ASUCR turnout...

On Wednesday, Nov. 13, President Pro Tempore Preeti Juturu discussed making the distribution of R’Gear a required event for senators to attend during their seventh meeting of the quarter. During Public Forum, Juturu stated, "Considering...

ASUCR awards first senator of the month, EVP announces CNAS senator vacancy

On Wednesday, Oct. 30, ASUCR held its fifth meeting of the quarter. During public forum, Rich Davis, a Riverside community member, spoke about his concerns on the STEM high school that is being built on...