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Sunday, May 26, 2019

ASUCR: Chief of staff nominee accused of sexual misconduct

Sammie Ayoub, a third-year political science and international affairs major, was at the center of a highly contentious discussion at the ASUCR senate meeting last Wednesday evening, when two students used public forum to...

GCAP launches campus-wide bike share program

After a quarter-long delay, the university’s new bike share program has been launched and will provide students, faculty and staff the opportunity to rent a bike for free or little cost for up to...

ASUCR approves bill to increase student representative GPA requirement to 2.5

Winter quarter’s second state of the association meeting took place on Wednesday, Feb. 15 in the senate chambers, with the call to order being made at 6:17 p.m with nine senators present. Senate resolution...

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...

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: Meeting passes resolution for statement against intolerance

The ASUCR Senate convened on Wednesday to discuss a range of topics that included the passage of a resolution to the controversial UC Statement of Principles Against Intolerance that was recently up for discussion...

Developing: ASUCR drafts resolution to formally recognize Kappa Sigma

ASUCR has drafted a resolution entitled “Resolution in Support of Kappa Sigma at UC Riverside,” which calls on campus administration, staff and faculty to recognize the Kappa Sigma fraternity as part of the university....

ASUCR: Galvan pushes for greater student voter registration

Members of ASUCR held their first senate meeting of the new academic year last Wednesday in the Senate Chambers at 6:30 p.m. to deliver past summer reports with specific focus falling on the topic...

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....

Goodbye R’Gear, hello puppies

Critics of ASUCR’s decision to spend nearly $35,000 on R’Gear sweaters were left perplexed this week as ASUCR announced its decision to instead use these funds to buy puppies. In a plan catchily named...