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Iris Jiang tapped as 2014-15 vice president of finance

The ASUCR senate of 2014-15 has selected Iris Jiang as the new vice president of finance to oversee the senate’s budget allocations and delegation of student funds for the upcoming academic year. Despite initial...

ASUCR: Gender studies requirement passes within senate

In the heightened spirit of the last meeting of the year, senators unanimously passed a resolution that would support the implementation of gender studies requirement courses at UCR. Dubbed Senate Resolution 25 (SR 25),...

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...

WATCH LIVE: ASUCR votes on second divestment resolution

The ASUCR senate is currently voting on a controversial divestment resolution. Follow the events live on our YouTube page at UCRChannelH: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8mR8dSQ5qA&feature=share  

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...

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...

Members of ASUCR create Facebook group for fake political party

A fake ASUCR political party entitled, “My Side Choice,” received backlash during the first senate meeting of spring quarter when Outreach Director Mina Kato condemned the Facebook group for mocking the upcoming 2014-15 ASUCR...

ASUCR leads diversity council for Costo Hall departments

Senators unanimously passed a bylaw chapter (XXVI) to establish a 12-member diversity council under the oversight of ASUCR to advance UCR’s Principles of Community — guiding campus principles that seek to create a safe...

ASUCR senators approve over $40,000 for HUB renovation and solar equipment

  Senators approved two internal allocations: $17,868.50 for HUB renovation, which seeks to create a separate and much larger lobby area for the ASUCR front desk and waiting area; and $22,950 in Green Campus Action Plan...

Elections season begins in the senate

BCOE Senator Sean Fahmian criticized CHASS Senator Nafi Karim for failing to deliver sufficient snacks to students during finals week of last quarter — as part of the snack wagon initiative — revealing early...